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Chance The Rapper Went for an Ultra-Stylish Blue Look for The Voice Knockouts: See the Outfit
After making fashion statements in previous rounds of The Voice, Chance the Rapper turned out a stylish look for the Knockouts.
On The Voice, vocals with distinctive tones and textures get noticed. The same goes for Coaches’ wardrobes.
For proof, check out Chance the Rapper’s outfit for the Knockouts on the NBC reality contest. After delivering fashion moments in the Blinds and Battles, did you think Chance would lose his style edge? As if.
Chance’s choice for this latest pivotal round was mostly about the blues. He wore a shacket and pants boasting complementary shades ranging from azure to powder blue.
Clothes make statements. Was the artist and producer from Chicago sending a message, perhaps? Blue skies ahead for Team Chance. Either way, the Coach looked cool. Like always.
The key piece in Chance’s casual ensemble was a solid blue collared waist-length shirt-jacket with two chest pockets. The top’s distinct pattern and texture pumped up its breeziness and singular look.
Chance paired the jacket with a solid green shirt for a burst of fresh spring and a contrast against all the blues. He topped it all off with his signature 3 hat that nods to his third project, Coloring Book, from 2016. The white numeral popped against the black cap. Pale blue jeans and white sneakers completed the ensemble.
During his career, Chance has become known for his clean and classic take on street style. His fashion statements have provided head-turning moments since the start of Season 23 of The Voice.
The oversized black-and-white crocheted sweater Chance wore during the Blind Auditions got people talking — and wishing it was in their closet. The Nahmias sweater retails for $1,000 and was made in Italy, according to NBC Insider. Black-and-white tie-dye pants he wore for the Battle Round were another talker. It seems every episode Chance shows off more stylish ensembles!
Chance’s clothes, which have previously been mentioned in The New York Times style section, earned him a place in a free fashion-themed museum exhibit running through April 23 at FIT in New York City.
Called “Fresh, Fly and Fabulous: Fifty Years of Hip-Hop Style,” the exhibition features Chance’s custom Ralph Lauren stadium tuxedo for the MET Gala in 2021. Chance called that experience a "Cinderella moment."