Man Bags: 101

Louis Vuitton: Retail $7,800.00

One of the most functional but stylish items a man can own is a man bag.  The man bag has been the topic of many debates, but guess what people? Debate over. It’s a trend that is here to stay.  Who carries such a thing you might wonder? The gentleman that carries this bag is an upcoming professional who doesn’t want to ruin his look with keys or a wallet stretching his pockets. This bag serves dual purposes.

  •  It’s an easy way to ensure all those small items that get lost or misplaced are in one  location.

    Kenneth Cole: Retail $258.00

  •  It can also be useful for carrying larger items like a planner or an i-Pad.  You don’t have to remember as much because it’s all in one place.
  • Today’s man is just as busy as his female counterpart and he needs to stay organized.

Man bags range in various prices from $20 to well over $1000, the key is to get a well made bag that will last a long time. Typically these well made bags are made of canvas or leather. Look for a bag with subtle detailing. Here are a few examples of stylish, must-have man bags:

Louis Vuitton: Retail $2,100.00

Fossil: Retail $298.00

Kenneth Cole: Retail $198.00

Kenneth Cole: Retail $198.00

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About Brian Jason Turner

Brian Jason Turner - Writer / Co-Founder "TheCuffLink" Brian always cared about his physical appearance. He learned early that you can’t remove the parts of your body you hate, but you can change your clothing. He’s always been creative and a lover of all things beautiful; whether it is an art class, photography, or writing. Working on TheCuffLink gives him a forum to do what he loves – and that is fashion journalism. His hope is that TheCuffLink becomes one of those written sources people seek when they want to be in the know about men’s fashion. Follow Brian on Twitter @BrianJTurner.

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