The new jewelry trend that may surprise you
Last week on SNL, host Regé-Jean Page rocked pearl brooches during his opening monologue, and Local style editor Jon Jordan says that this is just the start of jewelry coming back into men’s fashion. It seems that young guys are embracing the trend a bit more readily, but it really can work for anyone. He said that it works for both formal and informal occasions, and it can be as easy as adding a simple metal clip if you’re not ready for pearls. Another friend, who Jordan described as more of a “tough guy”, said he was a more hesitant about trying out jewelry. For more tips from Jon Jordan, watch the video above.
Keep your winter clothes looking fresh with these hacks
This week’s winter weather has left us all bundled up, but taking care of winter clothes can be a bit of a chore. Local4 Style Editor Jon Jordan is here to let us know about some helpful tips to keep you looking your best during the polar vortex. Rock salt helps keep roads and sidewalks safe when it’s icy out, but it can also wreak havoc on your clothes. Instead of using cotton balls, try using a cheap washcloth in a matching color. Using a dark washcloth instead will prevent making a mess and save your clothes.
How to stay in style while still staying warm
Living in Michigan means dealing with winter weather, but you shouldn’t let the cold stop you from looking your best. Style editor Jon Jordan is back with tips on how you can dress to impress without freezing. Keeping your hands warm is an important first step to dressing warm, so Jordan recommends finding some trendy gloves to pair with your outfit. He said that long gloves mimic the style of an evening glove and can look particularly fashionable with short sleeved or sleeveless shirts. The last trick Jordan showed off for cold weather was turning a fuzzy tote bag into a seat warmer for cold weather outdoor dining.
Fashion trends to be looking out for in 2021
Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan is back with a look at what style trends we need to be breaking out of the closet this year, and what it’s time to hang up. Jordan says the big color to incorporate into your wardrobe this year is yellow, especially when paired with earth tones like camel. Men’s fashion is also taking inspiration from the past with fashion ideas from the 1970′s. He says fashion is moving away from the animal prints and over sized advertisements, and you should too. For more fashion advice from Jon Jordan, watch the video above.
Here’s how to make your mask more stylish
Well, it has become the must-have accessory every time you leave the house and it can have a big impact on your style. We all have to have them so how do we make them look cool and stylish? Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan joined host Jason Carr to give us some insight on that. There is no limit unless you limit yourself,” Jordan said. He showed a variety of different styles that you can wear.
These no-sew scarves make great holiday gifts
Style Editor Jon Jordan has tips on how to make your own scarves this season, without even needing to know how to sew. Jordan says that you can save money by buying fabric direct from fabric stores, then personalizing them how you like. The fringe effect can work on larger fabrics too, and Jordan showed off an oversized blanket scarf he worked on. He said that fabric stores will cut your material to size for you, but you should make sure you pick a soft fabric to work with. For more advice on how to style your homemade scarves, watch the video above.
Try out these style DIYs for a new look!
Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan has some tips for re-purposing what you already own to follow some of the trendiest looks of 2020. Inspired by recent runway looks, Jordan has a few ideas on how to bring metallics into your wardrobe. You can get the look yourself by taking inspiration from his work with just some sharpies and a cloth bag. Jordan said his favorite hack was to borrow some style designs from Gucci, who is known for their fur-lined slippers. He said you can replicate the look on a budget with some faux fur from the craft store and an old pair of shoes.
Turn your summer wardrobe into fall fashion
If you’re someone whose style changes with the season, the approach of fall means its time to switch up your look. One summer fashion trend that Jordan says can be easily adapted for fall are pastels. While white also isn’t a conventional cold weather color, Jordan shows a few ways to dress it up for the new season. Some styles just that can’t make the transition between summer and fall are floral patterns and linens. For more fall fashion do’s and don’ts, watch the video above.
Go shopping in your own closet
Before buying clothes on your favorite website try going shopping in your closet. Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan suggests creating new outfits out of the clothes you already have. You may have to try mixing and matching to create something new, but it could become one of your most fashionable looks. Jon also suggests mixing patterns, even if theyre the same color scheme, to come up with a bold new outfit. Watch the video to see how to start shopping in your closet, and for more great ideas check out Jon Jordan StyleWise on Youtube.
Time to switch up your beauty regimen
When it gets this hot and humid outside it may be time to rethink what were doing for our skincare and our makeup. Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan joined host Tati Amare to give us the inside scoop on making these beauty changes to adjust to the heat. He also said, when it comes to your makeup, look for items that are gel based. These are going to be better products when it gets sweltering outside and youre sweating. To see some of the products Jordan recommends, and the top fruit he says you should look for on a label, watch the video above.
Get the best look for your beard at home
While many barbers have recently reopened, a lot of guys probably still have a little more scruff on their chins than normal. Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan spoke to Jason Carr about how men can shape up their facial hair to match their face type so they look their best. He also showed Jason the best tools to use to achieve the look. From oval shaped faces to square, Jon says there is a right beard for everyone. To see which beard best flatters your face shape, watch the video above.