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Fashionista NOW: Beat The Monsoon In These 5 Bomber Jacket Styles

Beat The Monsoon In These 5 Bomber Jacket Styles

So, I keep seeing bomber jackets in the back of my mind, when food isn’t priority. Blame it on the cool camo bomber jacket I spotted that one time but I can’t shake myself off the pull of its unisex, sporty, utilitarian vibe of this outerwear trend.

Since shiny bomber jacket style isn’t something I’d wear for I strongly am allergic to all kinds of light-reflective clothing, I decided to compile 5 covet-worthy bomber jacket styles that can bring a little oomph in your outerwear department this monsoon season.

And…since I’m yet to get over the sporty trend in clothing, these bomber jackets seem to marry well into the athleisure look. If you are quite a fan of this particular niche in fashion, then I hope you’ll find the collated list below enjoyable and that it gives you some inspiration into the kind of outerwear to look out for.

 

Grey Bomber Jacket

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Ivory Lace Bomber Jacket

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Edgy Black Bomber Jacket

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Mono Geometric Bomber Jacket

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Knit Denim Bomber Jacket

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Which bomber jacket is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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