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Mulberry bags

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by fuji, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. radicaldog

    radicaldog Well-Known Member

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    Mulberry bags are nice but overpriced, as others pointed out. Visible logos, middling construction quality and pretty high prices: perfect for their target market. And I wouldn't buy a cloth-lined briefcase for everyday use, anyway. I've got a small briefcase from SageBrown, a small shop in one of the St James arcades (between Piccadilly and Jermyn St). Nothing spectacular, but much better quality than Mulberry at a fraction of the cost. My other (more casual) bag is a messenger from Orciani: good looks, nice leather, but way too soft, so the strap is falling apart after a mere three or four years.
     
  2. Avebury

    Avebury Well-Known Member

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    Nah, what you want is this one! Suitable for mud and rain, not paper and pencils.
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