I was never really a fan of bomber jackets; they just seem way too much like college jackets or the Batch jackets from our high-school. In retrospect, those probably are bomber jackets. However, besides looking juvenile, this impression doesn’t really seem to be helping the image of these jackets in general. That is, until I came across this Gucci Black and White Patch Bomber Jacket. Now I’m just in love. And feeling cold.
This long-sleeved bomber jacket in black brushed wool and ‘natural’ white buffed (and very durable) lambskin will give you the ultimate luxurious feel. The black and white of the body is accented by red and white stripes at the rib knit stand collar, cuffs, and hem.
The colors continue to be used in the embroidered appliqués at the chest, while there are appliqués in blue and orange at the back.
Welt pockets at waist. Embroidered text appliqués in blue and orange at back. Press-stud closure at front and welt pockets at interior ensure that you remain warm, secure and functional too. Fully lined in acetate with cotton trims and tonal stitching, this jacket has tonal hardware too engraved with the Gucci logo.