FactorieSA&JessicaM

I recently teamed up with Factorie SA to showcase how I’m wearing the popular flight jacket AKA bomber with some of my favorite trends this season..

Trend 1: Androgyny aka ”borrowing from the boys”

You’ll find me wearing something baggy every second day and that is why this puffed up bomber works so well for me- paired with an over sized pink sweater, wide legged trousers and heels.To create a look that is comfortable and not too masculine. 

Trend 2:Pleats


I consider the pleated midi skirt a basic because I can dress it up or down dependent on if I pair the skirt with my fave pair of sneaks or heels,  This patterned bomber jacket from Factorie adds a pop of color to this otherwise monochromatic look..

Trend 3: Athleisure 

Anything described as both practical and edgy gets a nod from me. This warm bomber jacket is the perfect finishing touch for days when I’m feeling a little too sassy. 😉


A brief fashion history lesson: how the bomber jacket has evolved

The flight jacket as it was formerly known was initially created for military pilots back in 1917, since then the flight jacket has adopted a new name and style using different fabrics and silhouettes making it suitable for every season of the year and a wardrobe staple for people from all walks of life…

Bomber Jackets courtesy of Factorie

Photography: TokyoNatalMagazine

Creative direction: Jessica Mahlekisi

Styling: Jessica Mahlekisi

Modeling: Jessica Mahlekisi 

8 thoughts on “FactorieSA&JessicaM

    1. Yay I’m so glad you like it, You can pair a bomber with a dress & pencil skirt too. I’ll be posting new content soon, hopefully you’ll find my future content to be equally helpful. 😊

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