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Where does the aviator coat come from?

Inspired by the military, the first bomber coat appeared in the USA in the 40s. Nicknamed the flying jacket, the aviator coat was popularized by the American military forces, particularly pilots facing difficult weath...

Discover our selection of women's aviator coats at low prices on our budget fashion site!

Where does the aviator coat come from?

Inspired by the military, the first bomber coat appeared in the USA in the 40s. Nicknamed the flying jacket, the aviator coat was popularized by the American military forces, particularly pilots facing difficult weather conditions.

The aviator coat quickly became a staple in men's dressing rooms, and this warm, cozy, rain- and cold-resistant jacket was adopted by women from the early '80s onwards. Its fleece collar, close-fitting but not form-fitting cut and robustness made it a best-seller in women's wardrobes.

How to wear a women's aviator jacket?

  • The women's short camel suede aviator jacket

Comfy, trendy and comforting for winter, the short camel aviator jacket is perfect for an autumn look with a streetwear touch. For example, pair the plain suede aviator coat with high-waisted regular blue jeans, a black turtleneck sweater and a satchel handbag. This outfit with a short aviator jacket is perfect for going to class or having a drink with friends, and is both versatile and feminine.

  • Women's aviator jacket in faux fur interior

Slightly oversized, the aviator jacket is lined with fur to make sure you stay warm all day long in winter, and can be paired with flare-cut, high-waisted black pants and a pair of beige faux croc ankle boots with block heels for a trendy sixties touch.

Women's black suede aviator jacket with ecru sheepskin details

Modern and fashionable, spotted on the Instagram feeds of the most popular influencers, the black suedette aviator jacket with faux sheepskin effect on the sleeves and collar is a rock and androgynous piece. Pair it with low-rise, flare-cut dark blue jeans and a black crop top with high collar and long sleeves, and a pair of flat-heeled ankle boots for a practical, casual look. Very useful in winter, the black suede aviator jacket is a good compromise for those who want to protect themselves from the cold and don't like long coats.

  • Women's two-tone faux-leather aviator jacket

Punk and rebellious, the two-tone faux-leather aviator jacket, with faux-sheepskin detailing on the collar, can be worn as a total look with loose-fitting high-waisted faux-leather pants and a pair of colorful sneakers like multicolored puma wild for a fun, pop touch...

Which women's aviator jacket to choose according to body type?

For women with an A morphology, i.e. hips and pelvis wider than shoulders and chest, it's best to opt for an aviator jacket with a faux fur collar. Aviator jackets with details such as visible seams and zippers on the sleeves will increase the volume of your bust and upper body, harmonizing your silhouette.

For women with an O-shaped morphology, we prefer a plain aviator coat with a flap collar, rather short, avoiding aviator jackets with frills or ruffles that will tend to increase your silhouette. With this type of body shape, you can match your aviator coat with high-waisted white flare jeans, a knitted sweater with a burgundy round collar and a pair of chunky flat boots for maximum comfort!

For O-shaped morphologies, i.e. short, round women with a slight waist, we recommend fluid aviator coats, not too thick to avoid rounding off the silhouette.

For V-shaped morphologies, i.e. women with a silhouette where the bust and shoulders are wider than the hips, we recommend wearing a mid-length aviator jacket with a flap collar, or a short black belted bomber jacket. With this type of silhouette, mix the aviator coat of your choice with a high-waisted pleated faux-leather skirt and a pair of tight-fitting suedette boots for a sixties Brigitte Bardot touch!

For I-shaped morphologies, i.e. women with a very long silhouette, shoulders in line with the hips and little or no waistline, there are many options. With this type of morphology, we can turn to the aviator coat with fur yoke and visible seams.

For figure 8s, i.e. women with an hourglass figure, you can have it all: cropped aviator coat with studded belt, long coat in faux leather and fur..

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