Anyone else obsessed with this trend? Because I am 100% on board with the bomber jacket. Not only does it exude effortless cool, but it also provides decent warmth on chilly days. No surprise. Since the original bomber was created for pilots before cockpits were enclosed. Warmth, therefore, was key; which is why, according to, “[t]hese garments featured high wraparound collars, cinched cuffs and waists, and zipper closures protected by wind flaps.”
Today’s bombers continue to rock the classic features; however, brands everywhere have put their personal stamp on the jacket. From embroidery and patches, velvet and lace to classic leather and fur linings, there’s a bomber out there for every style.
Perusingand I’m impressed with their variety. They’ve got velvet, satin, printed, sequined, quilted, lettermen, and patchwork bombers. In bright colors and black and white. In stripes and bold graphics. In subtle hues and soft prints.
. I’ve snagged and . And each one, I’ve adored. (Plus? They’re both on sale.) What I love so much about the bomber is that each one brings a different feel to an outfit. So, collecting three (as I have done #guilty) doesn’t feel excessive. Instead, it expands your wardrobe, allowing you to rock a new trend in a variety of ways.
And let’s not forget our favorite store. Target.. And? For half the price of the above stores. Less money doesn’t mean less stylish—Target’s bombers are just as adorable. Embroidered; floral; eyelet; patches; you name it. They’ve got it.
So if you’re looking to rock a trend this winter and spring (thank goodness the trend is sticking!) be sure to add a bomber to your wardrobe!
Thanks for reading Robin’s bomber post. We’ve got our variation from years ago, and it still feels cool. And, here is a first look at a Mt Washington private view home soon to be on the market through deasy/penner&partners innovative PlumBid! Call or text the deFazios for more information at 626-825-9955.