Premium WW2 Naval and Air Force Pilots Inspired Aviator Jackets for Women.
Depending upon the climate and the environment, you can get jackets that can be oversized, petite, plus size, a long aviator jacket or coat, or a real sheepskin coat. While splashes of color can be seen in this easy-to-wear style, the most common color combinations are Black, Brown, Grey, Green, Tan, Red, or Cream. Women’s Aviator jackets have become a fall fashion must-have. The pattern is a cross between a classic bomber jacket and a leather motorcycle, but with a cozy shearling or faux fur lining for those chilly fall nights. This timeless design won’t go out of style season after season, making it a wise purchase.
If you are probably wondering about their history, an aviator or flying jacket was initially designed for pilots, as you would have guessed from the name. They were usually constructed of real sheepskin or either real leather, but in today’s fashion, they were often faux leather, and they were lined in some form of faux shearling to keep pilots warm. Fashion and pop culture subsequently adopted the look, and it is now one of autumn’s most enduring fashion trends.
While conventional aviators had identical fronts, in the beginning, the classic style has been combined with what many would classify as a biker jacket over the past, and for some companies, the original style has been fused with what many would classify as a motorcycle jacket when it comes to this particular jacket silhouette, these terms are equivalent. Due to the interesting changes in design, these women’s aviator jackets have now various materials Sheepskin Leather, Lambskin Leather, Cowhide, Real Shearling, Denim, Cotton, Suede leather, and Wool.
The addition of a fur collar or sherpa lining may be the characteristic that distinguishes an aviator from a typical leather biker, but the asymmetric zip frontage and metal embellishments make the jacket either/or. Now that the categories have expanded over time, there are tons of women and men’s aviator jackets which have different types such as A-2, A-1, Ma-1, G-1, B2, B3 Bomber, Naval Pilot Jacket, and Naval Aviator. Each type has its unique sense of attraction.
Aviator jackets are perfect for more informal situations, and it looks fantastic with jeans or over chunky boots and autumnal flowery dresses. As a result, it is a long-term investment that will never make you regret purchasing them in the first place.