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post #46 of 105
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
I just picked up this "Attache" from Land's End. It's incredibly inexpensive and seems very sturdy. Looks good with almost everything except Suits and might not be a great idea to use at large/important business meetings (depends). I use it as my everyday bag, since I don't wear a suit to work very often, and it's the right size and weight.

Can you describe the interior pockets, or if it's not too much trouble, take a couple pictures? That bag caught my eye a few days ago, but the pictures on the site haven't sold me yet.
post #47 of 105
I carry my smaller stuff around in my pockets, and I also carry a briefcase for my laptop and paperwork...
post #48 of 105
i use this tumi york briefcase mostly:



for more casual use, I use a standard jack spade messenger bag
post #49 of 105
I know it isn't the most stylish but I use the Ogio Mastermind laptop backpack. for college and work i need function a lot more than style right now.
post #50 of 105
I prefer to use messenger bags. I think they have the best mix of function and style.
post #51 of 105
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Originally Posted by nordicstyle View Post
I also found this one from Puma: http://www.zappos.com/images/742/742...0-658952-d.jpg It's such a shame they have to deface everything with their gigantic logos and name graffiti, because their designs are nice. But then again, maybe that's why this bag is $60 and the Dior one is $1100...
Adidas, Gola and Fred Perry all have their own versions of the shoulder zip bag.
post #52 of 105
For gym days I use this: Problems: no size pocket for phone, wallet or keys... just a small second pocket inside which I have to use. Also a solid bottom with ridiculous little "legs," totally unnecessary. For other days I use this: Problems: no handles.
post #53 of 105
With casual wear I use this messenger bag in nylon and leather from Felisi:

http://image.www.rakuten.co.jp/sunny...302719747.jpeg
post #54 of 105
Re big brands and branding all over the place - I recently came across this: http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men...m10010282.aspx and was very surprised that for a Nike bag, the branding was very subtle. Don't get it from farfetch though - I think the Nike UK sells them cheaper. Too bad they (Nike UK) don't ship to the US, and their US site doesn't have it...
post #55 of 105
What do you guys think of this bag? I work in a business casual office, but occasionally wear suits on site with customers. The bag is from Saddleback Leather Co. in Texas. www.saddlebackleather.com
post #56 of 105
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
Perry Ellis
something like this available somewhere?
post #57 of 105
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
Large shopper-style men's tote.

I like the top-handled totes because they don't crease your clothes, as a messenger strap will if you have things in it.

Totes are still stigmatized in the USA, but they are basically a larger, more easily filled and accessible briefcase with a larger drop on the handles. Not very girly, if you ask me, and smart way to carry your stuff.

Here's what I mean, something like:
Filson

or

Perry Ellis


or
Ferragamo


or
Louis Vuitton

Don't you have to wait a year and have a course of hormone replacement therapy before you can get those?
post #58 of 105
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Originally Posted by miguelcairo1066 View Post
Don't you have to wait a year and have a course of hormone replacement therapy before you can get those?
Grow up.
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Originally Posted by tolo View Post
something like this available somewhere?
It's a Perry Ellis "Riverside" tote that might be available for purchase from their website. I think the retail was $175 or so, but you could probably get it on sale much cheaper if you call a Dillards or even check a TJ Maxx/Marshall's. EDIT: just found it on their website, marked down from the retail: http://www.perryellis.com/ped/catalo...0068&ccode=200 I'm usually NOT a Perry Ellis fan, as most of the stuff I've seen was junk, but I saw this bag in person and was really quite impressed. Very simple, no logos, sturdy canvas/leather, etc. A pretty good bag if you need something like that.
post #59 of 105
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Don't you have to wait a year and have a course of hormone replacement therapy before you can get those?

I prefer a uterus.
post #60 of 105
Crumpler King Single backpack. black/grey
Least ugly computer backpack i've ever had. can even be quite stealth at times.
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