This cropped men’s bomber jacket is inspired by one of our favorite classics. Our version of a bomber jacket is cropped and oversized giving it a fun twist. Cropped slightly over the waist it accentuates the oversized fit more and it gives it some sass. To have a bit of a tailored look this jacket has an elasticated waist with a belt closure. The double layered fabric adds some uniqueness to this cropped men’s bomber jacket. The soft rib velvet exterior gives this coat a cozy look with a retro touch. The bouclé inside adds to the coziness.
A fun detail is the belt with metal eyelets. Together with the collar and metal zip closure it adds some toughness to the design. The wider neckline and the coziness of the fabric makes this design ideal for the softer days. It will also give you that funky tough look. It has no pockets. The bomber jacket originated from aviation wear, however the bomber jacket originated from aviation wear its indispensable in fashion.
How to style this cropped men’s bomber jacket
This jacket will turn every look into a fun and playful look. The quirky accents in this classic makes it a true Haruco-vert design. If the sleeves are too long just roll up the sleeves and show more of the cozy inside fabric.
For an edgy look wear this black jacket over our bamboo long sleeve and a pair of black faux leather pants. This will create a tough look that plays with different black textures. Style it with a quartz and lava stone necklace and a pair of boots. For a sporty chic look combine this men’s crop jacket cardigan with our side button trousers. As the jacket adds some sportiness in your look, try to make it more contemporary by wearing this look with chic black brogues. Wear it open for a fun look if the weather allows it. To accentuate the sporty feel of this cropped unisex bomber jacket, wear it with your favorite sneaker.
History of the bomber jacket
A flight jacket is a casual jacket, created for pilots, that eventually became part of popular culture and apparel. It has evolved into various styles and silhouettes, including the “letterman” jacket and the fashionable “bomber” jacket that we know today. The shape as we know it now originates from the WWII Flight Jacket of a pilot of a B-17 bomber.