Bamboo is one of the most notable names in the music industry today. The 41-year-old musician and The Voice judge has skyrocketed to fame, thanks to his talents as a singer-songwriter. But it isn't just his voice that's worthy of praise. The former frontman has got a distinct sense of style both on and off the stage that sets him apart form most of his contemporaries.
Gone are the days when he'd face an audience for his gigs and concerts wearing ratty statement shirts and dirty jeans. His style has evolved in the same way his career has.
Take some pinters from this rock god:
Dress Like Bamboo Rule #1: Keep things cozy in a cardigan
There are only two things to remember: fit and length.
"When buying a cardigan, keep in mind that it shouldn't feel too tight. Otherwise, it will look like you bought it from the women's section of the department store," says stylist JM Sta. Ana. "Make sure the length doesn't end above the knees. Bottom-long cardigans are your safest option."
You can also opt for button-down cardigans. Pick the pieces with small buttons because bigger buttons have the tendency to look feminine.
Dress Like Bamboo Rule #2: Denim jackets are versatile
Jean jackets are a wardrobe staple for obvious reasons: you can wear them with literally anything.
If you're planning on taking on the denim on denim trend, make sure your pieces are of different shades. Weight and texture are also integral for this look to work.
If you're feeling bold, pair a colored denim jacket with a neutral outfit. For that vintage rock star vibe, try wearing a blue denim jacket with colored denim pants.
Dress Like Bamboo Rule #3: Take your flannel shirt to the next level
This piece of clothing works well as a standalone piece. Sta. Ana suggests pairing it with black jeans to add sleeker finish to your look. Wear a pair of combat boots to complete the rugged aesthetic. Feeling too warm for flannel? Leave it unbuttoned and throw on a plain shirt underneath.
Dress Like Bamboo Rule #4: There's nothing wrong with a monochromatic ensemble
Pair a shirt and pants of similar hue. It just needs to have a slight, noticeable difference to keep things interesting. Experiment with colors like army green, gray, or navy blue instead of the usual white or black.
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