As the outside temperature starts to plummet, we turn our attention to wrapping up warm to keep the wintry chills at bay. If you’re a man who wants to look prepared for the elements yet maintain a sense of fashion and style, then here’s a selection of your winter must-haves.
In the 1920s Coco Chanel adopted masculine styles followed by Marlene Dietrich in the 1930s, and during the 1940s Katherine Hepburn used this look. All these women were masters of wearing masculine styles with panache and grace. In fact, these women are the reason the tailored trouser suit for ladies is still such a classic. Female adoption of masculine styles is a recurring theme in fashion. In fact, during the past few years more and more women are again adopting an increasingly male dress code. Indeed, this shift towards more mannish clothes has really gained steam in the past five years when the roomier, slouchy boyfriend jean first took off as a sort of micro-fad.
Professionals looking for the perfect case to carry their papers, files and more will find well-crafted designer briefcases with companies like Ghurka. With bags hand-made by master craftsmen, these bags are not only attractive and the perfect way to make an impression when you walk into any meeting, but the fine design and build will boost your confidence in the bag.
Carry your business essentials with confidence. Enjoy the dual benefits of having a bag that is as functional as it is pleasing to the eye. Take the Examiner No. 5 Twill and Leather briefcase as one stellar example of excellent design in appearance and function. As much a commuter bag as a briefcase, this bag is perfect for long commutes from home to work, such as on a commuter rail train.