Jennifer Lopez: The singer wears the coolest transition jacket for winter and spring from & Other Stories
Drizzle, sunshine, sub-zero temperatures, warm days – and all of that in what feels like an hourly change. It’s called the transitional period and is a real challenge when it comes to fashion. It’s good that Jennifer Lopez is now wearing a bomber jacket, which turns out to be the perfect transitional jacket. And best of all: it is from &Other Stories and affordable.
Jennifer Lopez: How she styles her bomber jacket from & Other Stories
The trend barometer for bomber jackets was actually pointing downwards this season – we just haven’t seen them that often lately. As an extra oversized model, like Jennifer Lopez wearing it, the between-seasons jacket could get a moment again – fortunately, because it just looks extremely casual.
The singer and actress was seen in a pretty comfortable outfit that defied wind and weather. She styled the taupe one bomber jacket by & Other Stories on gray baggy sweats and Nike Air Jordans. Red lips provided a cool break in the otherwise sporty and casual look.
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So if Jennifer Lopez has her way, the bomber jacket is back – and we’re happy to be convinced. Especially from a model as cool as the & Other Stories singer’s affordable favorite. It is important that it is cut nice and wide, otherwise whatever you like is allowed. Padded models are particularly suitable as transitional jackets, for example with decorative seams.
If it’s still too cool to leave the house in a thin jacket, you can also wear the bomber jacket like a blazer over a thin sweater and under the coat. Casually cut models made of wool are a good choice for this.
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If Jennifer Lopez convinces you with her look and you also feel like a bomber jacket again – but not necessarily the model from & Other Stories – we have some great alternatives for you here: