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Sorry, Nick Jonas, This Isn't How To Wear Double Denim

Did Justin Timberlake's fashion nadir teach us nothing?
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By all accounts, Nick Jonas is a very well-dressed man, a red carpet regular who takes chances and looks great in a suit. And lest we forget his long partnership with American label John Varavatos. But sometimes, even the best of us can get it wrong. 

And there's no bigger pitfall in men's style than double denim. 

At the launch of his latest collaborative men's fragrance, the 25-year-old fell into the same trap as many before by failing to vary his shades, opting instead for head-to-toe stonewash reminiscent of— though of course nowhere near as bad as—Justin Timberlake's 'Canadian tuxedo' nadir of 2001. 


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It can work, though. To pull off an all-denim look, contrast your items by pairing dark shades of blue on the bottom with lighter on top, or even black and blue. Oh, and keep the cowboy touches to an absolute minimum.

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

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