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Get the Look :: Jesse McCartney

Jesse McCartney has a sizzling solo album and a wardrobe to match. Get all the fashionable goods on this beautiful soul right here!

Jesse McCartney is all about comfy clothes and a few funky accessories.
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Clothes to Kick In

Jesse McCartney may only be 18 years old, but his coolness factor is off the charts - especially when it comes to his clothes. He wears ultra-funky track jackets and graphic tees with silly phrases (like "Come see my big modern loft"), but he always keeps it casual and laidback in jeans and hoodies. Even when he wears a suit or blazer, he dresses it down with a tee and his kicks of choice - Vans. Check out his fave brands, Calvin Klein Jeans and Diesel, for more J-Mac fashion.

The Wristwear King

Jesse McCartney's got the most style going on at his wrists, with big, leather cuffs, wristbands and a blingin' watch. Piling on a lot of funky wristwear will transform your outfit from simple to snazzy in an instant. While you're at it, add a cool belt to your fave scruffy jeans and a hat to cover a bad hair day (Jesse's a fan of trucker hats) - now you've got Jesse McCartney's superstar look!

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