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Tag: Rich Mbariket
There’s something chic and timeless about pebbled leather.
Accessorize for the occasion.
For the jet-set businessperson or professional on the go, a slim genuine leather briefcase that’ll fit in the overhead compartment of any aircraft or under your seat is what you want.
See additional pics, learn more and shop this briefcase in my shop right here.
If you’re traveling for the weekend or a few days (typically less than 3), a decent-sized weekender is the bag for you. Anything more than 3 days, I would use a suitcase. Here’s a durable all-canvas weekender (duffle bag) by Ralph Lauren available to purchase on my Poshmark store (right here). At 30 x 16 x 10″ it’s a bit oversized for an aircraft cabin (I believe the max is 24″) but perfect for the road.
I shuffle between a briefcase and portfolio depending on my day. The portfolio is best suited for a job interview to carry resumes, light briefs, a tablet or laptop. It’s also great for presentations and the boardroom. Here’s a premium faux leather portfolio you can purchase on my Amazon store here. At 14 inches wide, it’s well designed and well stitched, and a great addition to your bag collection.
A simple design tends to be more aesthetically pleasing. Like this matte black business backpack by Calvin Klein.
Even with the JSK initials, just couldn’t pass up a classic handcrafted calf leather Jack Georges briefcase, especially one with an all leather removable, adjustable shoulder strap, a rarity in this age.
If well kept, the briefcase will last indefinitely. I suggest cleaning every three months in mild conditions and six weeks in severe conditions. Leather lotion is recommended for cleaning. Apply to surface with a clean, soft cloth. Work into leather and wipe off excess. Buff lightly with soft brush or soft cloth and you’re done.
To purchase the briefcase, visit my store for more photos and details.