Indiana Jones Jacket

The yesteryears look from movie icons: The 5 evergreen jacket trends

With strings of successful movies that ever hit the big screen, there is what we call movie icons. They inspired the culture with the current trend from yesterdays and who would have thought it would go beyond today? These paragons of fashion dictatethe look, style and attitude that define the broad meaning of Western fashion for the whole world to see. And for that, we’ve come up with 5 evergreen jacket trends that happened before, after and in between. Let’s take on a journey.

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

The famous vintage bomber designed indiana jones jacket is worn by none other than Harrison Ford in one of the highest grossing movie of all time. The perpetually cool archaeologist travels to Peru, Nepal, Cairo, Aegean seas and back to Washington DC clad in his iconic costume.

Trending this season are quilted bomber jackets with mink in-lining and excessively large lapels.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

For guys and gals who know the significance of ‘day offs’, a Ferris jacket is the right jacket to take you to experience a day of liberty on a red Ferrari to boot. The famous comedy film from the eighties shows Mathew Broderick in a black leather jacket. The next time you have an irresistible urge to get away from it all, think of Ferris Bueller and his adventures.

Black always stays on the classic be it a bomber, biker or blazer coats.A short belted leather trench coat is the new take on this classic colour adorned with lots of zippers and studs in bronze shade. A bird’s feather look elegant near the flat collars.

Fight Club

Brad Pitt’s unforgettable role as a soap salesman who fights for recreation under the nightclub’s basement can’t be without his red jacket. He pulled it off quite impressively since the jacket became so popular from the nineties until today.

This season brings a lot of red in the series of catwalk events. Men and women can effortlessly carry this bold shade in different hues from rosiest reds to deeper varieties.

The Graduate

Dustin Hoffman’s wears a mustard yellow jacket from the 1967 classic comedy drama about summer, graduation and falling in love with a certain ‘Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft) and her daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross). The movie featured the songs of Simon & Garfunkel that perfectly fits the story about the future anxieties of a young man.

The blooming fashion’s love affairé with the fictitious roles of the movie characters can become real with a custom tailored jacket.

Rebel Without a Cause

James Dean’s series of jackets in the movie is still making a history in the world of fashion. The teenage delinquent role he portrayed add to the rebellious vibe of the famous leather jackets which all began in the formative era of the fifties generation. From then till now, guys go after the ‘Jim Stark’ looks with his iconic black, brown and red leather outfits.

The American fashion is indeed a catalyst of ideas that shaped our inkling to cowboy hats, boots and Indiana jones jacket.It’s good to have a style icon in this day and age, where almost anything goes when it comes to dressing. The vintage classics, the tough biker gears and the laidback and easy jackets from the movies before are a constant reminder that fashion is truly evolving.