Take notes from Michael B. Jordan's latest outfit
Everyone's talking about how ridiculously in-shape Michael B. Jordan got for Creed II, which makes sense; the guy looks downright amazing.
But instead of focusing on his pecs, let's take some time to talk about his on-point styling. After all, most mere mortals can't look like Michael B. Jordan with his shirt off. But we can—and should!—dress like him.
Case in point, the outfit he wore to stop by BBC Radio One yesterday. It's pretty simple, on the whole. Black trousers, black Chelsea boots, and a black (graphic) jumper. But a couple key elements take it to a whole other level. Wearing sunglasses when it's not actually sunny is a move best left to A-listers, but that topcoat is something every guy should consider adding to his own closet.
The minimal pattern and double-breasted configuration alone are enough to give it some extra oomph, but the length is what takes it from "Hey, check out that coat," to "Check out that coat!" See how it skims along his calf? That's a big departure from the mid-thigh cut that's dominated the market for the last decade or so. And while it might seem a little intimidating, it's actually incredibly easy to wear. Just do as Michael B. Jordan does and let it be the star of the show. Rippling muscles entirely optional.