Excellent Bomber Jackets to Rock
From Kanye West to John Legend and even Liam Hemsworth, the bomber jacket hasn’t stopped trending since 2016, and it doesn’t look to slowdown anytime soon. Stemming from military origins as a fighter pilot’s jacket, the bomber jacket slowly transitioned into popular civilian wear, apparent in subcultures from the punk movement in the 1980s to the grunge and alternative wave of the 1990s. Today, its popularity rises again as a quintessential jacket in a stylish man’s closet. Here are 5 excellent bomber jackets that will rock your outfit.
Cerruti 1881 Navy Knitted Bomber Jacket
In true Cerruti style, the classic tapered silhouette of this navy bomber in viscose and wool lends an air of understated formality. Its clean lines and dark, smooth texture is a sure level up in the style department.
Moncler Gamme Bleu
Go for sporty chic with this white option from Moncler. Weaved into the left sleeve is a unique ‘arrow’ shaped armband design, that gives this otherwise minimalist jacket a dash of cool.
Rick Owens FW17 Glitter Flight Bomber Jacket
The dark dust grey on this Rick Owens presents a slightly space-age vibe complete with a zipped sleeve pocket and button detailing on its top, pockets and sleeves. This cotton and nylon jacket drapes comfortably and can be worn with a pair of slim trousers or sweatpants.
Paul Smith Suede Tan Bomber Jacket
Made from premium suede in unmistakable Italian craftsmanship, Paul Smith’s offering features an ‘Artist Stripe’ cuff, collar and waistband lining for those who like a flash of colour. Its tailored cut will make any gentleman look like a movie star.
Valentino Souvenir Embroidered Panther
Add a little funk to your outfit with this satin souvenir jacket in ochre with ribbed knit cuffs, collar and bottom hem in black and white stripes. The embroidered panthers both on the front and back will certainly appeal to the man who likes to walk on the wild side.
Images Credits: Valentino, Rick Owens, Paul Smith, Moncler & Cerutti