Which team do you vote for – Edward or Jacob? The audiences seem split down the middle on favoring the vampires or the werewolves. For the werewolf pack, it’s easier than you think to get that Jacob Black-look.
The existence of the Twilight werewolf rests solely on the close proximity of their mortal enemy, the vampire. With vampires running around everywhere in the tiny town of Forks, the werewolves must have easy to wear clothing. Each time they turn into a werewolf, they destroy the clothing they were wearing at the moment of transformation. Due to these constant changes, it is essential to have inexpensive replacements on hand to dress into once they become human again.
For Jacob Black’s character, classic blue jeans with a slim to relaxed fit is essential. For a more casual approach, opt for slightly distressed jeans with a little wear on the thighs and knees. While keeping the cut slim enough to elongate and narrow the lower body, still allowing them to be loose enough to feel very worn in and comfortable.
Sure, he’s seen mostly without his shirt on, but when he is fully dressed he’s usually got on a t-shirt. His style in general is more relaxed like his work wear-style jeans. In this case, try classic t-shirts in black, navy and white. For a little cover up, try a neutral long sleeve button up shirt in a soft plaid or solid color.
Jacob’s gone from short with some messy spikes to long and luxurious. Long hair is definitely not for everyone. If you prefer short, keep it neatly trimmed with a few inches growth and run some light gel or pomade through the ends for a styled yet slept in look. If you want it long, be prepared to wait forever. Nothing looks worse than ratty, unkempt long hair, so be sure to condition it to death if straight is not your natural texture.
If Edward Cullen has the James Dean look, then Jacob Black personifies the boy next door. In simple yet body conscious classic pieces, the casual appeal of Twilight’s main werewolf can be all yours.