Never mind the monsoons — a jacket will never go out of fashion
This particular look is very London Street style inspired, with fall inspired colours like tangerine, seaweed green and indigo.
Navy blue and orange zipper jacket, trench coat and trousers all by Z Zegna; shoes by Trèsmode
Contemporary and Trendy
A blue bomber denim jacket with blue jeans is something you can’t go wrong with. To keep the look fun, add a little pop of colour with a bright orange polo t shirt.
Denim jacket by GAS; polo T-shirt by Color Plus; jeans by Pepe Jeans London
A quilted bomber jacket paired with a classic button-down shirt, dark trousers and formal shoes presents a stylish, minimal look.
Puff jacket by Gas; shirt by Threads & Shirts
Stick to light undertones with a faded pink V-neck t-shirt and beige trousers paired with formal shoes and to even out the mood, add a military green buttoned jacket.
Military green jacket by Brooks Brothers; T-shirt by Pepe Jeans London; trousers by Color Plus
The reversible bomber jacket is the highlight of this outfit. Dark tones with a hint of military green and blue work perfectly being the colours of the season. The high-tops go well with this look.
Bomber jacket by Diesel; T-shirt and jeans both by Z Zegna; high-top sneakers by adidas Originals
Who said lighter shades have to be boring? Layer up to create an interesting play of textures within the same colour family.
Bomber jacket, cardigan, white crew neck T-shirt and jeans all by Corneliani; sneakers by adidas Originals
The herringbone blazer adds the formal touch to this look, paired with a white shirt and blue jeans. The entire look is very sharp yet effortless.
Jacket by Hackett London; shirt by Corneliani; jeans by Pepe Jeans London
The orange shirt and mustard loafers keep this look fun and interesting.
Grey suit by Calvin Klein; shirt by Color Plus; shoes by Trèsmode
Photographs by Rohit Gupta
Styled by Peusha Sethia
Hair & make up by Mahesh Bhasme