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All Dolled Up: The Infatuations' Caleb Gutierrez has style in spades

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Caleb Gutierrez is the well-dressed front man of Detroit-based "Nu-Motown" group, The Infatuations. The band recently released their first full-length album, Detroit Block Party and have been riding the high of such an accomplishment ever since. They recently performed at The Fillmore with Here Come the Mummies and have some out-of-state gigs coming up in November. Gutierrez can rock a metallic suit like nobody's business and he takes charge on stage in the same manner. In fact, the band took home a Detroit Music Award this year for their outstanding stage performance and in 2013 they made the top 25 of the Hard Rock Rising Global Battle of the Bands. Check out the band at theinfatuations.com or on Pandora.com where they recently got their own station.

Gutierrez describes his style as urban chic, noting his parents, who've always been fashion-forward, heavily-influenced his fashion consciousness. Style just runs in the family, Gutierrez's sister graduated from Wayne State with a degree in fashion merchandising.

We spotted the singer looking sharp near St. Andrew's Hall, one of his favorite venues in the city.

Ray Ban sunglasses: $150

Bar lll blazer: $100

Bar lll shirt: $40

Guess pants: $60

Biker boots, Showtime Detroit Clothing: $150

Jewelry, Showtime Detroit & Guess: $70

TOTAL ... $570

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