Bomber jackets have infiltrated menswear brands across both luxury and high street over the last few years and recent London and New York men’s fashion weeks has reinforced the idea that they are going nowhere anytime soon. They are a versatile jacket to be worn transistionally through seasons and are perfect worn with selvedge denim and white trainers or dressed up to compliment your tailored trousers for work.
This lightweight bomber has black leather detailing on the trim and delivers a great foundation to build your look from. Trends come and go, but with the bomber jacket style not leaving the catwalk any time soon, this Club Monaco jacket could well have you covered for the coming years.
For all you vegans I have included a faux leather jacket in case you like to eat your clothes. In all seriousness this fantastic perforated faux-leather bomber jacket comes in neutral tones to effortlessly take you from summer to autumn with aplomb.
Cos’ offering is more sportswear-inspired with a crisp cotton-mix encompassing a gathered elasticated hem and cuffs. Well made products in simple designs is what this brand is all about and men will enjoy the relaxed fit on offer no doubt allowing the rest of their outift to make the headlines.
This number from Boss Orange embraces a slight collar giving it more of a Harrington jacket feel. But I feel it is equally adept at fitting in with the men’s bomber jacket phenomenon.
Although coming in a leather material the perforated surface will allow the air to circulate and not prove to troublesome for men on warmer days. This Armoury jacket from All Saints would look great teamed with some black skinny jeans and a simple plain t-shirt (avoid garish printed tees), much like how they have styled it in the picture (funny that!).