- Nov 21, 2010
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What style has more pockets and looks presentable at work? Traditional business wear is lacking pockets, and the pockets are small. Any suggestions for a semi-professional looking style for carrying more gear? I like carrying a few things with me every day, and to have them handy in my pockets: my pocket knife, my wallet, my cellphone, my pen, memory stick, leatherman micro and so on. I like leaving my bag in my office and not having to carry it with me always. Any ideas for a look with more pockets, but not so casual it looks sloppy? It needs to look semi-professional, but it doesn't have to be traditional business wear either. Field Jacket Can the "field jacket" replace the blazer or sport coat at work?Cargo Pants: Some people here might think that cargo pants are "out of style", but designers teach that good design is "form and function". Practical is never out of style. But can cargo pants be in an office and not look 'sloppy' ? So what options are there? Let's take a look around: Military tactical assault clothing style looks a little out of place walking around the office:So does the mountaineering outdoors adventurer also look out of place in the office:Too casual: http://cdn3.lookbook.nu/files/looks/...jpg?1227027307 Too casual: http://lookbook.nu/files/looks/mediu....jpg?124794805 Too eclectic goofball dandy: http://lookbook.nu/files/looks/mediu...jpg?1235315902 Maybe something like this could work: http://lookbook.nu/files/looks/mediu...jpg?1251336201 What do you think? Post your example photos please!