Jason the mint-green embroidered bomber jacket is a one-of-a-kind piece!
This bomber jacket has an elegant and unique look. The soft satin fabric has a luxurious feel to it. This jacket really stand out by the ribbon embroidery which is done by hand. This special way of hand embroidery gives a 3D effect to the floral pattern in this comfortable jacket. The embroidered floral pattern is in a slightly different tone of mint green, therefore it has a soft feel and makes an elegant statement in this bomber jacket.
This relaxed fit jacket has sleeves that have a curve in them, giving it a sophisticated silhouette. The straight shape of this mint-green embroidered bomber jacket makes it easy to wear. With your comfort in mind, there are two side pockets. The heavy silver colored zipper is set on black. These features give this bomber jacket a more tough look.
The color and fabric, as well as the hand embroidery, have a soft and elegant feel to it. This creates the tension between edgy and chic we look for. The cuffs, executed in a soft cotton mix give this jacket it’s coziness.
If you are looking for an elegant statement jacket, but one with a relaxed feel, this is the fashionable piece you are looking for.
How to style
We styles this elegant bomber jacket open over a sea green tulle dress. This way you can give a chic dress a tougher edge to it. Wear it with your hair slicked back in a wetlook and with nude make-up and you have a great outfit for any fashionable party.
You can also wear this mint-green embroidered bomber jacket together with a black jumpsuit with a black satin belt. It is up to you if you want to wear your jacket open or loose. A chic pair of high heels will finish your look for an elegant outfit, while a pair of black sneakers or boots will give it an edgy feel.
Is an old-fashioned romantic embroidery using ribbons. With this type of embroidery you can create beautiful floral motifs and decorative stitch patterns. Using different sized ribbons creates a more organic look than yarn. It can only done by hand as there is until today no machine which can embroider this way.
Ribbon embroidery also known as Rococo Embroidery made it’s first appearance in England in the early 17th century. London dressmakers began copying the French technique of embroidery. Ribbon embroidery expands out onto quilting, showcasing beautiful stitches along the seams of each patch, to embellish clothing, for framed artwork, on sachets, and various other fabric items such as pillowcases, towels and tablecloths.