Last post I covered five simple yet versatile ways to look fabulous in a two tone chiffon blouse. Worn with skinny and straight jeans for weekend, leather or pleather pants for evening and business trousers or skirt for work office style.

Let’s look at the beloved (of many) bomber jacket. The bomber makes a great trans seasonal item and perfect for dressing down or up – particularly one made in a sheen type fabric which adds some class.
The reversible bomber is an even greater investment for more versatility and outfit options – not to mention the fabulous cost per wear!
The pattern option of a reversible bomber can be your ‘statement or hero’ piece while the solid colour option
can be where you bring in other ‘wow factor’ items such as tops, bottoms and accessories. Both can be utilized to create a column of colour also.

Tieing your bomber jacket around your waist on a warmer day can also offer colour harmony, zing & fun to the overall outfit.
It’s difficult to see or reveal your waist (if you have defined waist) in the bomber, therefore, it can be a tad boxy on some. Wear as little volume as you can underneath or wear something fitted to create or reveal some definition at your mid-section.

If you’re curvy and feel chunky in stiff fabrics choose a very light and airy fabric bomber jacket – a chiffon or satin would be ideal. In terms of patterns and prints keep them small if you’re small and petite and if you’re lovely and tall you can wear large prints and patterns. Most people can do a medium size print or pattern.

Here we have the bomber jacket worn with everything from active wear through to casual and evening wear.

As seen in The Weekender Herald

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