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

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dos

• 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.

don'ts

• 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

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