Top 5 Fall Man Bags: Man Up Already

Top 5 Fall Man Bags

I get a lot of my guy friends asking me for bag recommendations. They’re always looking for fully functional bags that won’t give their manhood a hit (if you ask me, that fear itself is an instant hit to one’s manhood, but no judgments here). I have no idea why it’s not socially acceptable for a man to carry a bag – they have to stuff to carry, too. I see some guys walking around with that giant version of the Galaxy phone, and I seriously wonder how they carry it with no bag. You need to be wearing True Religion jeans for it to fit in your back pocket, and just as a side warning, that is the worst place to keep a phone (just ask mine, who recently had a bungled meeting with the bottom of a toilet).

I love these man bags here – so much, in fact, I would carry them myself. Especially the rugged ones with polished details, a la Marni and Mismo. There is something so cool about a girl who’s not afraid of masculine edge – and guys who aren’t afraid to carry a bag, for that matter.

1. Bill Amberg Explorer Leather and Suede Briefcase:icon With tan suede and chestnut leather, this rustic briefcase speaks of old-school travel bags fit for an adventurous safari. On Mr. Porter for $650.

2. Mismo Leather-Trimmed Canvas Tote:icon Dark navy and light gold is a brilliant combination, especially when it’s pulled together with diagonal (and adjustable) leather straps. On Mr. Porter for $515.

3. Rag & Bone Grey Windowpane Check Wool Leather Trimmed Rugged Tote: Get in the mood for colder weather with some rich wool, topped with a hint of plaid for added intrigue. On Ssense for $450.

4. Maison Martin Margiela Black Leather Tote: Calling all refined rockers – with a wealth of functional features, this is good as simple black leather and silver hardware gets. On Ssense for $1,630.

5. Marni Dark Purple Buffed Leather Laptop Bag: Hear “purple” and run for the hills? Marni makes you think again with their inky take on buckles, straps, and treated skin. On Ssense for $1,440.

2 thoughts on “Top 5 Fall Man Bags: Man Up Already

  1. Men will surely not hesitate to bring these bags around for their stuffs. I love Bill Amberg the most.

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