Style File: “Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” Star Michael B. Jordan in Bottega Veneta and Gucci

Posted on April 12, 2021


Did you know that Michael B. Jordan has a movie coming out on Prime later this month? We ask because it was kind of news to us. Not that it was unwelcome news, mind you. Anything that delivers a series of Michael B. Jordan fits in front of our eyes can only be seen as a good thing. Possibly even a holy thing. Let’s go to church.



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This looks fantastic on him and we don’t even like it that much. We are going to miss the skinny cut on men, but if he is going to go for the trendier wide-legged pant, we wish he’d also opted for the trendy clodhopper shoe.





We expect ABSOLUTELY ZERO support on this, which is fine, but we have to state our truth: We don’t think the turtleneck looks that great on him. It’s a proportion thing. Because it’s so form-fitting and because both his neck and his natural waist are obscured by clothing details, he looks like a pair of pecs and shoulders with a head.





Spectacular. We’re not always feeling the modern preference for a shirt-and-pant match with a contrasting jacket. It’s a style that owes a lot to the more dandified menswear styles of the late ’60s and ’70s, though; which means we feel duty-bound to support it. We’ve been saying for literally a decade that there’s no reason for actors to dress like lawyers and accountants, after all. These colors look amazing on him.





Far be it for us to tell someone how to do their jobs (hahahahahaaaaaa) but he really needs to do a sexy rom-com.


Style Credits:
First Look: Bottega Veneta Jacquard Cardigan and Pants from the Spring 2021 Collection
Second Look: Bottega Veneta Lilac Turtleneck | Fear of God Trousers | Cartier Jewelry
Third Look: Gucci Double GG Stripe Jacket | Cartier Jewelry | Christian Louboutin Shoes

Styled by Jason Bolden | Grooming by Tasha Reiko Brown


[Photo Credit: Jason Bolden/Instagram,,]

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