Jamar Rogers (The Voice on NBC) picks his fall fashion essentials

One of the former semi-finalists on The Voice on NBC, Bronx resident Jamar Rogers' rock & roll performances are just as electrifying as his outfit choices.

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We asked our favorite fashion insiders to reveal their fall fashion essentials, and found similar affordable options that you can buy now. Jamar Rogers, one of the semi-finalists on singing competition The Voice on NBC, picks colorful options to make his fall outfits pop. For more essential mens styles, check out what fashion blogger Bryanboy and Paper magazine's Mickey Boardman are obsessing over.


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  • Photograph: Dalen Muster

    “I first moved to New York in the fall of 2009, and was taken with the colors and the pleasant weather,” recalls Rogers. “I’m a huge fan of flannels and cardigans, and the more colorful [they are], the better. I’m a strong advocate for lots of color in a city where black is very popular.”

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    SPIN HIS STYLE

    Aéropostale long-sleeved plaid shirt, $20, at Aéropostale, locations throughout the city; visit aeropostale.com

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    American Eagle Outfitters plaid Western shirt, $50, at American Eagle Outfitters, 1551 Broadway at 46th St (212-205-7260, ae.com)

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    Superdry Lumberjack Brush shirt, $84, at Superdry, 716 Seventh Ave at 58th St (212-644-2970)

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    Topman blue-check contrast-pocket shirt, $60, at Topman, 478 Broadway between Broome and Grand Sts (212-966-9555, topman.com)

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    SPIN HIS STYLE

    Aéropostale long-sleeved plaid shirt, $20, at Aéropostale, locations throughout the city; visit aeropostale.com

  • SPIN HIS STYLE

    Staple Dream zip sweater, $88, at Urban Outfitters, locations throughout the city; visit urbanoutfitters.com

  • “I’m also a huge fan of the vintage and consignment shops in New York. I love Rags-A-Gogo (218 W 14th St between Seventh and Eighth Aves; 646-486-4011) and Duo, pictured (337 E 9th St between First and Second Aves; 212-777-7044, duonyc.com). By thrifting, I’m able to find flannels and cardigans that have character,” says Rogers.

Photograph: Dalen Muster

“I first moved to New York in the fall of 2009, and was taken with the colors and the pleasant weather,” recalls Rogers. “I’m a huge fan of flannels and cardigans, and the more colorful [they are], the better. I’m a strong advocate for lots of color in a city where black is very popular.”

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