Deviating from its military origins, the bomber jacket is the perfect companion for a colourful winter. Discover our favourites
If there’s anything street style has taught us, it’s that bomber jackets are a great choice of outerwear for the sartorially conscious.
Bomber jackets have come a long way from their original olive green colour and sleeve pocket.
For women, different shades and shapes offer endless possibilities.
All the designers and the high street have succumbed to the siren call of the bomber jacket. Now is the time for you to do so too!
Discover the chicest women’s flight jackets of the season for every budget with our winter edit.
Salali Burgundy Bomber Jacket
Burgundy/oxblood is part of the colour palette for the season.
This bomber jacket from Pretty Little Thing with its contrast cuffs, collar and hem is a cheap and cheerful way to stay warm and on top of your fashion game.
Miss Selfridge Bomber Jacket
Navy bomber jackets are a must this season.
The colour has seen a resurgence in the last few years and is peaking at the moment.
Of course you need a bomber jacket in the delightfully mysterious hue.
Brave Soul Long Line Bomber Jacket
A long bomber jacket is a high street’s nod to Vêtements.
The collective of designers had a revolutionary effect on the fashion world.
This number from Brave Soul offers warmth and is currently on sale!
ASOS Borg Bomber Jacket
Shearling is a winner of outerwear for Fall/Winter 2016.
Rather than go for details made of the fabric, why not opt for a full look?
Looking at this jacket from ASOS makes us want to slip into it like we would a blanket.
Eyelet Bomber Jacket
Metallic details such as grommets and eyelets are everywhere at the moment.
This explains the inclusion of this drop dead gorgeous bomber jacket from Topshop on our list.
MadeMe Reversible Blue MA-1 Bomber Jacket
We love denim. Everyone loves denim.
So when presented with the idea of a denim bomber jacket (reversible too!!), our hearts went into overdrive.
Denim truly is the most versatile of fabrics and it only makes sense it is used on the most versatile of garments.