F2000 by Flying Machine Autumn/Winter ’15 II

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Bomber jackets have history that is more aligned with military use and streetwear of late. But this doesn’t mean that they can’t be worn with trousers. 

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Bomber jackets have become a cornerstone of my wardrobe. I believe  that no matter what the weather or occasion, there is a bomber jacket that can see you through. Flying Machine’s new Autumn/Winter collection has some brilliant bomber jackets, one of which I featured in the previous post in this series. Gold zippers and camo never looked so good together.

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For a clean look like this, it is best to go with a slimmer tailored bomber that is anything but bulky.

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This is a look that can easily make the transition from the workplace to the pub, given the casual nature of the jacket and the print.

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Some interesting collar detail on this crisp white shirt from Flying Machine’s F2000 collection. It also comes with a hidden placket and convertible cuffs, so you can put on your favorite cufflinks.

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The F2000 collection also carries some nice coated denim. The coating makes gives this grey pair of jeans a lovely matte finish and adds some durability as well.

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Layering with patterns can be a difficult thing to do but with enough experimentation, it is something that can become second nature. Camouflage is one of my favorite prints and if you are not a fan of the usual green/black/brown version, give Urban camo a spin. It’s a lot easier on the eyes, but still bad-ass. Pair with monochrome for best results.

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Apparel from Flying Machine

Flying Machine’s new F2000 Autumn/Winter collection is available in stores now

Photos by Pruthviraj Naik

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1 Comment

  1. Streetwear fan Reply

    Thanks for the post. There is someone who knows streetwear brands with nice camo and military style for women. Until now I knew only a few websites like wooddeers that propose many good military styles and camo pattern sections https://wooddeers.com/stores/streetwear-military-style-section/ but now I would like something more specific

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