Bomber Jacket: ASOS Black

I hardly ever surface the web in search for online shopping nowadays, its really true but every now and then I bump into quite the finds.

I find it a bit tiring to browse Asos, just because it has SO MUCH selection, which you would think its a good thing and I guess it is, but it always brings me back to the paradox of choice; The more choice we have, the harder its to choose. I am crushing on this jacket hard, but I am not sure I can justify the price. What do you say? Yay or Nay?


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  1. nay, the beading is pretty, but as a lot of others are saying, the material of the jacket itself looks a bit cheap.

    I say find a better jacket with a better material and fit and DIY!

  2. I say nay.

    The statement beading is truly beautiful but the material is NOT good.
    It is 100% Polyester and 100% Acryl.

    These are very cheap materials – you will feel the static electricity on your hair.
    You have to wash it with hand because the beading will be lost if you’d put it in the washing machine.

    And the price of 200€ is not justified in relation to the material. Not at all…
    You can buy better pieces for that money.

  3. Girrrl! the jacket is wonderful but I think that price is not justifiable at all. lol I have seen bombers equally as stunning for way cheaper. I mean if you have the cash by all means spend it but I don’t think the jacket is worth splurging on. Lol

  4. I agree about the bigger selection the harder to decide what to pick! I have exactly the same problem :D :O I would say: go for this embellished bomber jacket!Yeah! :-) It’s not my style but I can tell it will fit nicely into your wardrobe!:-)

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  5. 213€ for polyester? I’ll have to say nay…
    But, it is great inspiration for a DIY article, has been a long time since you did one of those!

  6. You’ll look so amazing in this jacket, Andy! I agree, it is quite pricey.. maybe try to find some old unused bomber jacket that you have (or buy cheaper ones) and DIY it?

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