Bomber Jacket

How to Properly Match a Bomber Jacket?

The bomber jacket is traditionally a short (waist-length) jacket with elasticated sleeves and matching cuffs. There is a zipper on the front, and there are usually two functional pockets on the top and sides. In addition to leather, the bomber is also made of polyester, nylon, and cotton. 

What is a quilted bomber jacket?

Quilted jackets are usually jackets with a quilted surface. This may vary for each quilted bomber jacket. Some have some quilting details on the sleeves, front or back, while others have a more refined form of quilting on the jacket. 

What is a bomber style jacket?

This bomber jacket style is easily recognizable as a classic coat, including ribbed cuffs and hem, front zipper closure, and chiseled neckline. Although there are many colors, styles, and styles to choose from, the standard waist circumference, length, and design often remain similar even if they are different. With a few exceptions, adding a hood is involved here and there.

How to wear a bomber jacket in Style?

In order to reflect its true versatility, the bomber jacket can be matched with almost anything. From denim and jeans, long sleeve shirts and t-shirts to pants. The bomber jacket style allows you to dress up or dress up your look according to where you want to go.

To wear a bomber jacket for a cool casual look, pick a classic style and pair it with hoodies, a collared dress shirt, and jeans. Pair with a gray or black hoodie and a black bomber jacket, which will keep you warm and will always be your first choice to stay stylish. If you want to have a casual feel while keeping your formal attire, the bomber jacket can be used as a substitute for a suit. It can be matched with a white or black dress shirt. Of course, the necktie is optional. 

We produce a series of solid color bomber jackets for you to choose from that can match you on any occasion. If you have any doubts or want to know more information about our bomber jackets, you can chat with us or send us emails with the contact form.


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