Mens Bomber Jacket
As far as the ergonomics go, its a very easy jacket to wear and as soon as you put one on it feels like a proper piece of menswear. Going back to the shape it adds and to the ease of use, I think guys like things that sit on their hips and accentuate their shoulders, even if it is unconsciously.
Bomber jackets are often in very easy to wear fabrics being a classic silk nylons as the originals MA-1 or in wool styles which is more jazzy or in leathers. This season there are a number of interesting bomber jackets out in the market. It's a very popular item of clothing specially coming into the fall months.
So there are a few options for instance a very British quilted Bomber from Belstaff, a very nice satin finish one with jersey cuffs from Acne Studios, there is also a more formal gabardine Bomber jacket from Folk. You also have the very exclusive bomber jackets in luxury skins like the one from A.P.C made in a rich navy blue suede. Reiss also has a beautiful navy suede bomber jacket at a more affordable price. Theres a killer one in brown suede by Asos at a bargain price of £100.00. You have a whole range out there.
I would say there is no limit to the number of finishes and versatility of a bomber jacket because the style is so easy really, and any guy can wear one. I think that’s why designers end up playing so much with fabrication. I think you find that alot with real classic staples in menswear, there’s a reason those styles are classics: Is that you don’t really need to play around with the shape, the enduring appeals is down to ergonomics and just to how easy to wear they are.
I am wearing a navy blue bomber jacket, black skinny jeans, Massimo Torlasco vans slip on sneakers in Python skin and a the perfect red cotton tee shirt from Filippa K FW15 collection, this Scandinavian fashion brand always has a design and look that breathes style and simplicity.
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