Male Celebrity Look of the Week | Joe Jonas at Coachella 2017

It’s Coachella this week end. Of course, I have to talk about it. And the look that screams music festival is Joe Jonas and his band. They attended The Hyde Away, hosted by Republic Records & SBE, during Coachella yesterday in Thermal, CA.


The young artist is wearing a J Brand Tyler cut off shorts in black with matching leopard tshirt and loafers.




The rest of his band went full on colors, while he kept it quite simple. Joe Jonas is definitely a rising fashion icon. I have always loved his style. He always has this elegant vibe to his style, while rocking modernity and trend. With his band DNCE, he has obviously the safest style. He never goes crazy, but knows how to make his look edgy from time to time.


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