4 Types Of Bag Every Man Should Have

Swati Gauba

If you happen to be a fashionable man who keeps up with the latest trends, then you already must own a few bags. In fact, you’ve known it for quite sometime now that a bag should be a part of your wardrobe. But, if you happen to be one of those guys who have frowned upon owning a bag because it’s perceived as feminine, then it’s time to change that mindset. Every man can, and should, own a bag. They are an important everyday accessory.

Since there are a lot of bags out there, we’ve broken them down to four different bag styles for your consideration. We’re certain that this list will help you find a manly accessory for work as well as play.

A Duffel Bag: Whether you’re going to the gym or travelling, a duffel bag is a great multipurpose bag that you should invest in.


A Soft Leather Briefcase: You must own a leather briefcase for all those days when you need to make an impression, be it in a boardroom full of potential clients or a lunch meet with the boss.


A Messenger Bag: Originally used by messengers, hence the name, a messenger bag is a cooler and hipper version of a briefcase. Whether you’re a student or commuting through the city for work, a messenger bag is of great assistance since it can carry everything from laptops to documents.


A Backpack: It is perfect for travelling and for a casual work environment.


Still on the fence? Try adding one of the options above to your wardrobe and you’ll find your pockets instantly slimmer and your style upgraded.

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