Bomber Jacket 3 Ways

Deciding on what Fall pieces to make an investment in? It can be hard as Fall brings many new trends including jackets, blazer, boots, bags, and more.  Realistically you should only invest in pieces you know can be worn multiple ways. So I am here to help.

Last year I invested in a leather jacket that I wore more than any other piece in my closet;  it matched everything.  This year I am thinking of trying something new…which brings me to the bomber jacket.  Stylish and practical but also unique.  I have decided to style this bomber jacket from Elitaire 3 different ways to show how easy it can be to style an investment jacket.

Look #1:

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Adding a fun bomber jacket to such a simple outfit is easy.  I chose to pair the bomber with my all time favorite red skirt (I felt like it brought out the red in the jacket), a simple graphic t-shirt and of course my Gucci sneakers which happen to match the jacket perfectly.

Top: Brandy Melville (linked similar here), Skirt: C/MEO Collective (linked similar here), Shoes: Gucci Sneakers, Bomber Jacket: The Fifth Label (Elitaire; also linked similar here)

Look #2

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Dressing up a bomber jacket.  This look is perfect for girls night, date night, or whatever your heart desires honestly.  I paired these GORGEOUS Finders pants from Elitaire with a simple black tank and a studded mule for a very urban dressed up look.

Top: Blaque Label (linked similar here), Pants: Finders (Elitaire), Shoes: Elitaire, Bomber Jacket: The Fifth Label (Elitaire; also linked similar here)

Look #3

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I have never been a fan of bodysuits but I am really loving this Capulet one from Elitaire.  It’s black, tight, long sleeve, and it’s perfect.  I just paired the bodysuit with jeans and loafers to finish off the casual look.

Bodysuit: Capulet (Elitaire), Jeans: Levi’s, Shoes: Gucci Loafers, Bomber Jacket: The Fifth Label (Elitaire; also linked similar here)

When styling a bomber try picking out key colors in the jacket and play off those (like I did with the red; Look #1 and #2). You can also style a bomber with black, white, or neutrals in order to keep it simple (like Look #3).  And lastly if you are looking to dress up a simple bomber try adding a pair of heels (like I did in Look #2), it’s easy and works great.

And if a bomber jacket is not your thing you can use these tips on blazers and leather jackets as well.

Let me know which bomber look was your favorite!

XO

Katelyn Moshier

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