bomb it out
this fall military-themed bomber jackets ran rife through the runways of the world. you can easily update the basic shape with utility pockets and patches
• siZe them up Make sure that you get a bomber jacket in the correct size. the simplest way to measure this kind of outerwear is by the shoulder. • bling them out Patches on bomber jackets are in. You can add those yourself, or why not get the MA1-style bomber jacket with a trademark zipper on the arm? • try alternatiVe materials For those looking for a more classic variation with a subtle finish, suede bomber jackets come highly recommended.
• go for tight fits As with many other fall/winter outerwear designs, super-tight body-hugging bomber jackets are a definite faux pas. • fly too high Avoid designs with collars that go too high up your neck. You want to gain a flattering look, not a roll of fabric bunching up on your neck. • go for bright colors the essence of bomber jackets is the military and/or utilitarian look. naturally, this also means that super-colorful bomber jackets are best avoided—at least for now.
bomber jacket by diesel, checkered shirt by ben Sherman, shorts by ted baker, glasses by ermenegildo Zegna – optik Melawai, shoes by Pedro