Women’s Bombers & Varsity Jackets 2015
Let's talk about women's bombers and varsity jackets that are in style this 2015 year. This cool cover-up has been a popular trend lately and we see many fashionistas, buyers, celebrities, trendsetters and business ladies wearing this type of jacket in the streets and various evening events. That's a must-have outerwear for those women who want to dress down a polished look, or for working a casual sporty style. Thanks to the latest lookbooks and runways, we have seen a variety of designs that can be worn with anything, starting from day dresses to skinnies and knitwear. You are going to see a real fashion pack of cool 2015 trendy cover-ups that are perfect for pulling off the off-duty look. The great thing about these great styles is that each one of them is a great savior during the chilly, windy and rainy days.
Here we see Alexander Lewis creation that is ideal for cool parties and special urban events. Try on this brown leather piece with gold hue shiny sleeves with your favorite high-waisted A-line skirt in sky blue color.
Each of these pieces is a wonderful addition to your transitional wardrobe, as we see lots of lightweight layered styles that can be thrown on during wavering temperatures. If you want yourself a balanced look that includes both feminine and masculine details, then you are more than welcome to see all this year's essentials. Read on to find out what bomber and varsity jacket are in this season and make sure you let us know what is your favorite.
You can’t get more classic and versatile by wearing this Banana Republic staple. We see a gray tailored design that is worn atop white shirt and paired with cuffed boyfriends.
Here we see a cocoon inspired white version made by Coach. Try on this cool outerwear with white mini shorts and wooden heel clogs.
Another great update for those ladies who dream of a glamor urban style. We see cream staple that looks great with white shorts and clogs.
Cut25 By Yigal Azrouel offers a varsity piece in black color and white stripe details. As you can see model wears A-line shift in light gray color and peep-toe booties.
Derek Lam 10 Crosby recommend us to try on a black shirt collar bomber that is worn atop graphic monochrome print top and the same print boot-cut trousers.
How about oversize garments to try on this year? Here we see Diana Kvariani creation with wide, 3/4 sleeves that has a university inspired look. Try it on with turquoise top and A-line animal print midi skirt.
J. Crew offers a retro modern glamour. We see a collarless tailored bomber in a diamond print that covers a simple white tee that is tucked in leather tapered green trousers. We love those oversized sunglasses and green suede pumps that complete the outfit.
Maison Kitsune keeps it university inspired by offering us a quilted style that is worn atop printed shirt that is tucked in high-waisted, A-line pleated skirt. It’s a contemporary and stylish outfit.
Here we see a pretty varsity outerwear that looks ideal with white top and high-waisted mini pale pink leather skirt.
How about diamond quilted dark green cover-up that looks awesome with white knitwear and monochrome printed leggings.
Peter Jensen offers something cool and girlish. We see a pink bomber that is styled with stylish shift. This design is ideal for wearing as a transitional dressing.
Keep it simple and functional. How about this black staple? Try it on with a relaxed pullover and printed skirt.
You can always try on this chic update with your favorite yellow printed sheath.
Rachel Comey offers a chortened, collarless version that is a cool update for wearing as a lightweight cover-up for your long striped dress.
Here we see see Sandwich creation that comes in a pale blue color. Try it on with your favorite casual tee and light gray sweatpants.
Fashion brand Silvae offers a graffiti inspired relaxed and boxy front zip jacket that is worn with black, pleated skirt.
For a more masculine take on we advice to try on this Baum und Pferdgarten navy, tailored design that can be worn atop your favorite evening ensembles.