During the battle round, however, it wasn't a suit that he wore but a leather jacket, a purple tie and maroon pants. So the guy isn't strictly the suit-and-tie type after all. I thought it played a part in his trying to heed his coach's advice to loosen up. Nevertheless, he looked good.
Chris Mann during the blind auditions. Love how he lightened up his gray suit with that plaid tie there.
Chris battling it out with fellow contestant Monique Benabou.
Chris Mann has actually been around the music scene for some time now, having performed at different venues and events. Heck, he even did a duet with American Idol's Katharine McPhee on David Foster and Friends in L.A. and in Washington D.C.! And in almost all those performances, he was always suited up.
Performing at an event, Mann was dashing in a perfectly-fitted suit.
Despite his apparent propensity to go all formal, Mann also knows how to dress down. He wears a suit with sneakers, dons a suit-and-tie combo but with jeans, or puts on a suit jacket over a vest but yes, with jeans. He can also slip on a pair of worn out green loafers with a tux.
In suit and sneakers with David Foster.
Dressing up jeans for a The Voice pictorial.
Performing in different shades of gray; again, in jeans.
Mann rocking some worn out green loafers.
Apparently Mann has been doing some photo shoots already. And even if the styling were the work of some professional, he owns it and his sense of style just comes through the photographs.
Casual chic but with those green loafers again.
Oh, he does shades, too! The pocket square is definitely something that's part of his arsenal.
The singer is also fond of vests over shirts with rolled-up sleeves. Some preppy look there, huh!
And in case you don't know -- although I guess you already know -- Chris Mann was once a Warbler. See if you can spot him here:
Despite all this, Mann still needs that big break in his music career. So good luck to him on The Voice. But whatever the outcome, he definitely is a man of style, and no one can take that away from him.
More of Chris Mann here:
Official website: www.chrismannmusic.com