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Bruno Mars’ Style Is Completely Over the Top and That’s the Whole Point

Here are 10 of his Bruno Mars-iest looks.
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Bruno Mars always has a lot going on—in his life, on stage, and in every wardrobe choice he makes. His personal sense of style can be described as somewhat ornate. But in a good way. He's not trying to hide. Bring on the sequins! Bring on the bolo ties! And bring on the many, many tracksuits! Here are some of his best looks.

1| As you'll soon come to know, Bruno Mars likes silky track jackets, bold chains, and sunglasses—regardless of weather, location, or time of day.  


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2| Here is Bruno, casually wearing a tuxedo shirt under an long-hem fur. Very extra. Also, note the sunglasses inside—the continuation of an ongoing theme. 

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3| More sunglasses inside! And red sequins! Wow! 


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4| A Mercedes Benz hat. A leather winter coat over (essentially) sweatpants. And sunglasses, at night. What's not to love? 


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5| Another bold tracksuit. This time in... is that leather? Either way, those Nike Cortezes match it just enough. 


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6| In fact, the Cortezes pair well with any red-and-blue outfit. Here, a color-blocked shirt, and a necklace worn on the outside of the collar.  


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7| Yes, there's a shirt under that windbreaker. But the scoop neck is so deep you can only see his chest and necklaces. Not for the faint of heart. 

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8| A short-sleeve track jacket. Just to mix things up.


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9| An oversized orange zip-up shirt might look out of place in most situations. But on a Bruno Mars stage? Never. 


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10| On most people, a red shirt and a bolo tie would be a look. On Mars, it's incredibly tame. Well done.


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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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