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Posted: 16 May 2011 02:40 PM   Ignore ]  
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Whilst the boys were in Sweden my beloved saw these shoulder man-bags, and as he carries a wrist bag which is becoming too small considering all the gumph he carries, decided to buy a brown and black.

Now the question is this, would you let your husband wear these - are they suitably masculine or wouldn’t you see him dead carrying one! I must be hones i am not sure about this LOL

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Posted: 16 May 2011 02:47 PM   Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]  
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My neighbour is the same age as my OH ..He carries a man bag similar to the one below and Ive never really thought about it..He looks fine. My father used to carry a small one, like those most often seen in Germany a wrist type thing..
I cant imagine my OH carrying one..He just isnt the type..I cant describe why exactly… but fashion icon he aint!

I think it depends of the person not the age or sex..

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I think Jim has a about 5 of them, he wouldn’t do without it, in it is his wallet, phone, netbook, tablet, ipod, sweets, notebook, nitro spray, meds, stc etc, if they coordinate whats being worn look great.

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Glad to see Franco is not the only male that carries everything short of the kitchen sink LadyCaz LOL I guess its a case of getting used to - he has always carried a wrist bag but now seeing this bag slung over his shoulder this morning…. I thought…mmmm okay not sure about this rolleyes - one thing for sure he is definitely going to get ribbed over it - SA is a bit behind times, so I can imagine the comments (hehe)

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The bag does look masculine and before I retired (I was an engineer) I do remember some of the younger guys coming to work wearing bags to this effect.

Would I wear one being a little older…...YES!!!!!  If it was a bag like the brown one.

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Anything to help him keep his iphone safe, but is has to be stylish to suit his stylish ways.

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..... more like his wallet LOL. Well I have gotten used to it now and ja, it does look stylish. I have noticed a few younger men are going for the satchel type bag!

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