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Bomber Jacket

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DSC_0053 (1)Maje ‘Bacary’ bomber jacket, BDG jeans, Free People seamless scoop neck tank, Superga classic sneakers, customized Furla ‘Metropolis’ bag in moonstone and petalo.

Bomber jackets have made a major comeback, and designers are getting creative with the retro classic. Even I’m not sure how to explain what exactly is so wonderful about an emerald green, silk bomber jacket with glittery cactus detailing. I just love it. I do also think it’s the perfect kind of statement piece to throw over super simple spring looks, like this blue jeans/white tank combo, or a lightweight white dress.

Furla just launched their new customizable ‘Metropolis’ bags. The ‘Metropolis’ is a Furla staple, but now, you can choose from a variety of bases and flaps to create your own unique bag. The flaps come on and off with snaps (which of course look like beautiful, light gold studs), so you could potentially collect several different flaps, making for many handbags in one. The flaps come in solid colors, as well as some really funky textiles, like pony hair, sheep leather, a snake print, and gold glitter. I wanted a new neutral bag, so I went with this blush-colored base and a clean white flap. I adore the shades of nude and blush we’re seeing everywhere this season, but they don’t always look great with my fair skin tone. If this popular pastel is a tough color for you too, accessories are a great way to feature it in your look.

The views expressed on this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the SMCP company management.

Photos by Miranda Mu

 

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