a Few Bag MEN III

  So i thought it due 4 the third installment of the ‘’a few bag men’ series since yall won’t stop bugging asking when the next chapter was coming to a blog post near you…and so by popular demand…we are back in full leather. Right on the heels of the briefcase is the satchel, which also doesn’t stray away from its formal roots. A satchel is a bag, often with a strap. The strap is often worn so that it diagonally crosses the body, with the bag hanging on the opposite hip, rather than hanging directly down from the shoulder. They are traditionally used for carrying books and that its affectionate following in work places and school yards the satchel like the briefcase is perfect for carrying documents and so makes it suitable for formal use. The satchel has a very chic effect that will add a little icing to your look to the office. The satchel usually has a lot of compartments so its perfect to stash your iPod and little belonging in there with your documents. The main difference between a satchel and a briefcase is that a satchel is soft-sided. Also, satchels often have straps while briefcases usually don’t. The satchel became a fashion accessory and was popular during the 17th century l ♣  . The satchel finds its strength in its utility purpose since it comes with various compartments to keep a tight lid on your documents and smaller items like cell phone etc. The satchel is a clean and chic accessory for conveying items to work and also a humble style weapon on the weekend. A lot of guys find it more comfortable carrying satchels as a style accessory than any other bag because it still exudes the classy image and yet very chic.                                                                                                       l                             


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