The Jonas Brothers’ Grammys Performance Outfits Were Really Something (Ahem, Joe and Nick’s Pearls)
The Jonas Brothers proved tonight at the 62nd Grammys that they and their coordinated outfits are back and here to stay.
Much to my delight, the Jo Bros, comprised of 27-year-old Nick, 30-year-old Joe and 31-year-old Kevin, took the stage at the beginning of the awards show and performed a medley of their new singles “Five More Minutes” and “What a Man Gotta Do.” As exciting as that was, this editor could not take her eyes off their brocade lewks.
In case you somehow failed to notice in the video clip of their rousing performance above, Nick, Joe and Kevin all selected complimentary gold and black outfits. Kevin looked very Elvis meets Jason Momoa at the Golden Globes in a full gold and black brocade ensemble with a black tank top under his suit coat. (We see you, Kev.) Nick went full ’90s in a gold filigree boxy leather jacket (worn zipped all the way up) and black suit pants. Joe wore a silk top emblazoned with Chanel insignia and, um, down vest panel accents? He paired the top with tweed trousers that bear a striking resemblance to something currently hanging in my closet.
Presumably, they all rocked Chanel, though it definitely looked more Roberto Cavalli or Versace than the fashion house of the late Karl Lagerfeld—well, except for the pearls element.
What pearls element, you may be wondering? Well, if you look really close at the photo below, you’ll notice that both Nick and Joe are wearing strands of pearls—like the ones your grandma wears to Sunday service. Poor Kevin was left out.
The Jo Bros aren’t the first male artists to wear pearl necklaces as of late. Harry Styles perfected granny chic earlier this month when he wore a pearl necklace while out and about. Shawn Mendes even wore a necklace to this evening’s celebration, but it didn’t include pearls.
In summation, the Jonas Brothers’s Grammys performance was a little bit brocade, a little bit pearl and a whole lot of look. The only thing missing was the J-Sisters.
Never change, guys.