Man Snob: Ben Minkoff Bags for Men

benminoff_greggertote.jpgFinally, a bag worthy for the man snob in your life!  Does the name sound familiar?  It should, it’s named after designer Rebecca Minkoff’s grandfather– Ben, who was a World War II fighter pilot.  This rugged collection is inspired by the iconic military heritage of Ben Minkoff, yet still follows the elements of Rebecca’s uber popular namesake bag line.  I can not tell you how often my guy friends complain about the lack of stylish, functional (and masculine!) man bags.  The Gregger tote (above) is just the thing a man snob needs for work or play– structured with a soft edge, the elongated tote will hold files, MacBook and gym clothes if necessary.  Love the well thought out front pocket– subtle details like the curved flap and straps add character as well as functionality.  I hate sounding so crude but a bag like this could potentially land a man lots of hot dates– girls will love that you have good taste in bags and will flock to you, trust me on this!

Seriously, what more can a man ask for in a bag?  Check out Ben Minkoff Gregger Tote ($495) here

4 thoughts on “Man Snob: Ben Minkoff Bags for Men

  1. They come along with the right style statement that ensures that you are recognized wherever you go.

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  2. mochababe73 on said:

    My husband wouldn’t wear that. He would probably think that it was one of my handbags even though I don’t carry black bags.

    I think that it looks like a purse as well.

  3. It’s the bag I carry daily. It’s a really good size so it doesn’t look feminine.

  4. Anonymous on said:

    Sigh. I would love it if my husband wore a manbag. Sadly, the only thing that goes with his “undershirt as outerwear” look is a nylon Adidas backpack. Or cargo pants to put all of his stuff in. Sigh again.

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