Bomber Jacket for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Appointment Wear
Quote of the day: “The worst bullies you will ever encounter in your life are your own thoughts.” Bryant H. McGill
Since the weather is getting cooler (at least here in Denver), I thought I’d touch on a jacket that many of you have in your closets. The bomber jacket is defined as a short jacket with elastic at the waist and cuffs, usually with a zipper. Since they were originally created for pilots (read men), there is not much shaping to these garments. This could be a good or bad thing depending on your shape and preference. Wearing them to an appointment works well since many offices run on the cooler side.
50’s Bomber Jacket: I’ve never been a cheerleader for the bomber jackets, so this is a newer purchase. The color was what decided it for me.
Bomber Jacket: Tobi (similar here)~~Pants: Loft (similar here)~~Top: TWA (similar here)~~Tank Under: (similar here)~~Shoes: Dana Buchman (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)
60’s Bomber Jacket: Nancy fell in love with this jacket about 20 years ago. The colors and metallicness of it make it so interesting.
70’s Bomber Jacket: I like the yellow under this jacket to add some color to the mix (obviously because I used the same color under it for the next post…ha ha…at least I’m consistent).
Thanks reading along while we have fun dressing up!!
Here’s some bomber jackets to check out under $40: