1 Piece/3 Ways: Suede Bomber Jacket

January 28th, 2012



3. Afternoon Errands/Evening Date


You have to adapt to unexpected weather. As I’ve written before: check the forecast and dress for the current conditions, not what you expect from the calendar’s precedent.

For all these in-between, kind-of-cold days I’ve found it comfortable to use a thin turtleneck as an insulating layer under a heavier sport shirt. Many of my looks are born out of practicality and comfort, and this is a good example.

Yet another way to wear that versatile turtleneck, as featured here.


This jacket works with just about everything. In truth, I was wearing a different jacket over this look and just quickly changed it to complete this blog entry.

That goes back to the thesis of this post - a wardrobe should be built with versatility and interchangeability as its top priorities.




Thanks, as always, for reading.

Yours in style,



Photography by Alex Crawford.


  • scott

    nevermind, i see it now. nice.

  • scott

    who makes the bomber? it’s exactly what i’m looking for.

  • MOZART5000

    Yea the McQueen boots are unique, I love them. I would love bomber jackets to death but I have extremely long arms(36-37L) and a normal sized torso/shoulders(M-L) so 99.999% of the time when I come across an attractive bomber that fits snug in the waist and shoulders the sleeves are way to short. SMH.

  • Ambyr

    I love everything about your Business Casual look. Very sleek. The Afternoon Errands look is great too. I really like that dark denim button up.


  • Sam

    Love the look of that Levi’s denim shirt. May I ask where you got it from?

  • Wayne

    Those Alexander McQueen Boots are SICK!!!

  • andrew

    sick post. sorry to ask this because i probably read it somewhere and can’t find it, what do you taper your suit pants to? 7.5 across?

  • TO

    Clean first look and turtle under sport shirt= smart. Sweet jacket btw:)

  • Emanuel Iuhas

    Great styling!
    Thanks for inspiring!

  • Maurice

    Love that jacket. Those loafers by Allen Edmonds – I have a pair but I’m afraid to wear them because they look like my father’s shoes.

  • Anonymous

    those are great navy pants