The name of this houndstooth men’s bomber jacket is Jaya. The clash of the two types of houndstooth makes this black and white bomber jacket a fun and funky piece. This bomber jacket has a relaxed cut. The straight shape of this jacket makes it easy to wear. With your comfort in mind, there are two side pockets. The heavy zipper is in rose gold colored metal set on black. These special features give this hand made houndstooth men’s bomber jacket a tough look.
Houndstooth fabric is usually more used for trousers or long coats. Using it in a bomber jacket gives a modern twist to the classic fabric. In this black and white bomber jacket we used two fabrics so this fashionable piece becomes asymmetrical. On one side there is a regular houndstooth pattern, on the other side there is a houndstooth in a tartan pattern. The contrasting fabrics creates an edgy but still chic look. The cuffs and finishings are black, in a soft cotton mix.
If you are looking for a relaxed feel but like some elegance in a cool bomber jacket, this is the fashionable piece you are looking for.
How to style this houndstooth men’s bomber jacket
This hand made black and white houndstooth bomber jacket is an eccentric looking jacket and goes with anything!
Wear this cool bomber jacket when going outdoors over our black wide trousers with front pleats. Complete this look with a pair of black shoes with track sole. You can also combine this houndstooth bomber jacket in a more rock vibe. Wear it over a long black pair of trousers with skinny leg, and combine it with a black or white tee. A pair of black boots will finish this tough but chic look. If you are in the mood for a more casual elegant look, combine it with your favorite pair of jeans and a nice sweater. That comfortable sneaker will look good with it for sure. A casual look with a chic twist is ready for you to start your day!
History of houndstooth fabric
The black and white abstract checkerboard pattern with a vague resemblance to a chicken-foot print known in French as the pied de poule and in English as houndstooth, first appeared in the 1800s in the Scottish lowlands. Then, it was called Shepherd’s check or Dogtooth, and was mostly used on woven wool cloth outerwear for sheepherders. Today, the duo-tone pattern can be found on everything from tweed jackets to designer stiletto heels. From 1959 Christian Dior began incorporating the pattern into his designs. Rather than weaving the pattern, as was the style of the British, Dior and subsequent designers, including Louis Vuitton and Chanel, would instead print the distinctive shapes onto fabric for their women’s wear collections.