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The Jonas Brothers have some serious style goin' on. Find out how to get the look of one of the most stylish music groups in the biz!

Best Dressed Boy Band

The Jonas Brothers are some of the best dressed boys in Hollywood. But you can tell they spend a lot of time in front of the mirror, cuz even when they're wearing T-shirts, they dress it up with vests, or accessorize it with scarves or ties. They have a fondness for shiny suits, skinny ties and handkerchiefs, but they also know how to kick it in skinny jeans, blazers and Wayfarers.

The Jonas Brothers love skinny jeans, vests and lots of accessories.
Jonas Brothers

Rockin' Style

As a band, these bros always coordinate their outfits, but add little details to emphasize their personal styles. Whether Joe, Kevin, or Nick is your favorite Jonas, here are a few tips to keep in mind when trying to copy their look - Joe encorporates different trends from throughout the years (think wacky '80s fashion mixed with '90s grunge), Kevin is into the Victorian style (collars, cuffs, the whole works) and pairs every outfit with shiny dress shoes, and Nick likes to be a little more dressed up than his older bros, but stays away from the stuffy look by always rollin' up his sleeves. If you want to copy their look, shop at stores like H&M and Urban Outfitters for cool graphic tees, skinny jeans and scarves, as well as vintage shops in your area.

  • The Jonas Brothers are in talks to come out with a punk-pop clothing line in the future, so check back for upcoming news!


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