These Black Owned Businesses Will Help Your Man Dress Like Jidenna

Jidenna stole the hearts of women around the world when he debuted his music video, "Classic Man" last year. Well, the classic man is at it again with his newest music video, "Knickers" where he and his comrades are dressed to the nines as always.

I'm sure that the men of Janelle Monae's Wondaland Records have inspired men around the world to trade in their hoodies for sports coats. If your man is wanting to class up his attire but isn't sure where to start, these three Black-owned businesses are sure to help put some staples in his closet:

1. Ikire Jones
Based in Philadelphia, PA
Price Point: $450+
The Staple: The Sports Coat

2. Brother Vellies
Price Point: $195+
The Staple: The Loafers

3. Harrison Blake Apparel
Ships to every continent
Price Point: $25 for 5 accessories
The Staple: The Accessories
I actually have personal experience with Harrison Blake Apparel so I can truthfully tell you about their awesomeness. Matt was recently sent the February 2016 Selected Club Box and he loves it. The Selected Club is a monthly subscription box that will send your man 1 necktie and 4 accessories of about $100 value for only $25! Matt likes to look good, but hates shopping so this is definitely a great solution for him. Matt acknowledges that he would never be able to individually find these items by themselves so it's convenient to have the great people at Harrison Blake Apparel pick out cool items for him. Plus, this is an easy way to stick to your goal of supporting Black-owned businesses this year!

Also, make sure to check out Jidenna's new music video for "Knickers" below:

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