Joe and Other showed up to support brother Nicky Tryhard in high style. Sort of.
Actually, we’ll have to temper our natural tendency to get bitchy the minute we clap eyes on a Jonas because while Nicky’s wearing something questionable (which is not exactly a shocking development), Joe and Other kept things admirable low-key and background-hugging.
Joe Jonas in Perry Ellis
But he does look like a priest.
Kevin Jonas in David Hart
And he could use some contrast, even though we know the trend is for all tone-on-tone suiting for men. As trends go, we don’t like it and we won’t acknowledge it. All it is is an excuse to continue to wear dull suiting and not have to put any thought into putting together an outfit.
Nick Jonas in Fendi
Thanks, we hate it.
We didn’t want to, because it is kind of interesting as menswear goes, and it least he’s not wearing something several sizes too small for him, like he usually does. But boy, do we ever hate the cut of this one. The sleeves are too short and the pants look like they flare out at the bottom, which just isn’t a thing we can support in men’s suiting, unless someone’s willing to go all-in on reviving the ’70s pimp look. This half-assed leisure suit thing isn’t going to cut it.
Joe Jonas: Perry Ellis Suit
Nick Jonas: Fendi Ensemble from the Spring 2020 Menswear Collection | Richard Mille Watch | David Yurman
Kevin Jonas: David Hart Suit
Styled by Avo Yermagyan
[Photo Credit: Hahn Lionel/Abaca Usa/Instarimages.com, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com, Eric Charbonneau/EPK.TV]