This Week’s Best Dressed: Nick Jonas’ Fashion Risk Pays Off

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If it wasn’t for the first look in our weekly top choices, you could rename our list the, “Brit Awards Roundup.” While two of our fashionable fellas walk the red carpet, the third catches our eyes with his low-key street style chicness. While donning mixed-media layers and bedazzled boutonnieres, these three celebs stand tall against the rest and earned a spot in our best-dressed picks of the week.

Though we sometimes have a hard time relating with Justin Bieber, we know when to give credit when credit is due. We love the singer’s look for three reasons: 1. We were all about statement sweatshirts this week and the singer is an excellent example of what we were talking about. 2. All black. Everything.  3. He knows how to layer. Biebs places a cotton zipper sweatshirt over a similar leather piece (double the trouble) and then finished off the look with a pair of Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski sneaks.

Second on our list is British actor Jeremy Irvine. In the past, we’ve proven that the Brits know how to dress, and this dapper dude is no exception. Instead of opting for a standard suit on the red carpet, the star mixes-and-matches casual and dress with ease selecting a gingham shirt with black skinny jeans and elevates the look with a tie, tailored blazer and patent-leather boots.

Coming in at number one is Nick Jonas (and we promise, we do not have a Jo Bro obsession…even though they’re featured here and here). The singer shows up to the Brit awards wearing a DSquared2 suit — which isn’t surprising considering he and Joe have a long standing relationship with the Caten brothers. What really grabs our attention is the embellished brooch on his suit jacket. It is a major fashion risk on his part, but totally pays off in the end and lands him in our top spot.

Do you think Nick Jonas deserved to be number one with his daring accessory? Or do you think he should say goodbye to the gaudy gadget? Let us know in the comments below!

— John Soper

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