This Is How Zara Girls Wear Their Bomber Jackets

Not only is Zara a place we frequent for the most on-trend and affordable products, it's also a shopping destination we look to for some of the most inventive styling tips around. If there is one trend in particular that has proven its dominance for multiple seasons now, it's the bomber jacket. Bomber jackets quickly went from a must-have item to a closet staple in a matter of months, and we aren't the only ones who caught wind of that development. 

Zara hopped on the bomber jacket trend quickly, and it has now taken the product and given it new life. Even amid its own section dedicated solely to the jacket, you will not see two of them styled the same way, and that is something to take note of. Some are draped off the shoulders over a velvet slip dress, and others are worn in a cropped version atop an oversize poplin shirt with wide-leg pants. When we say the styling techniques here are endless, we mean it, and you're about to see a few of our favorites here, each of which are more perfect for fall than the next. 

Keep reading to see (and shop!) the coolest ways to wear your bomber jackets this fall, according to Zara. 


Velvet slip dresses in particular are recommended here, and so is wearing your bomber off your shoulders. This simple styling tip will take your look from zero to 100 in a flash. 


Your waist might easily get lost amid an oversize shirt and wide-leg pants, so when testing out this look, we recommend wearing a bomber that has elastic at the bottom, or even one that is cropped. That way your waistline will still be accentuated. 


Layer your turtleneck underneath a knit maxi dress for the ultimate autumn effect. Adding a bomber jacket on top is the perfect third piece needed to complete your look. 


Hoodies have finally made the sartorial comeback we've been waiting for, and our favorite way to wear them is layered underneath a jacket—a bomber, to be exact. Leather leggings add a sleek and unexpected edge. 


There's nothing cooler than a graphic tee and leather. Worn together, the duo can do no wrong, but the addition of a pink bomber jacket is just the surprising twist this outfit needs. 


Go full '90s with a crop top and low-rise denim. Although the look might feel a bit daring, the result is a laid-back and casual outfit that screams, I own the whole effortless undone but totally chic look. Know what we mean? 


Matching sets are always a hit, especially when done with nothing but the most forward pieces around (e.g., a bomber, culottes, and a velvet bodysuit). 

What is your favorite way to style a bomber jacket? Let us know in the comments below! 

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Lauren Eggertsen is currently the editorial director of Who What Wear and has worked at the company for over eight years, where she started as an associate editor and has since worked her way up. Lauren has over 10 years of experience in the fashion editorial space, starting her career with internships at Marc Jacobs, Marie Claire, and The Zoe Report, where she was later hired as their editorial assistant. Lauren has worked in the Los Angeles and New York Who What Wear offices but currently calls L.A. home. It is here where she leads and manages Who What Wear's fashion team and oversees all day-to-day editorial content and large tentpole moments. This includes all of the runway, trend, and shopping-driven content that ultimately helps to build a strong brand reputation within the industry. Lauren's role also includes helping to set the fashion direction for all original photo shoots and often styles many of the celebrity cover shoots, including big names like Kaia Gerber, Normani, and Kristen Stewart.

She has also attended multiple fashion weeks, including New York, London, Milan, and Paris, where her personal style has been featured on sites such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Elle. She prides herself on discovering and supporting small brands and on her knack for a good vintage shopping find. When she isn't working, she enjoys researching and dining at reputable restaurants around both her neighborhood and the globe.