Could this be the perfect weekend bag?
Your guide to the accessory upping your weekend game...
In life, pieces and products come in and out of our seasonal wardrobe with gusto. We wear some everyday for months on end and others we pick out once every 6 months. The key to finding these pieces is getting the perfected equation of functional and stylish right. Enter the perfect weekend bag.
Whether you’re a seasoned out-of-the-city weekender or not, you’ll need something like this in your life. House sitting for a friend? Going over to your girlfriend’s house for a few extra days? Owning the perfect weekend bag, we think, is as important as owning the perfect suit, watch or brogues.
Back when you were a teenager, the thought of actually putting all of your possessions into one (incredibly stylish) bag might have made you shudder. Multiple plastic bags and a broken rucksack were probably more in your peripheral vision than – God forbid – a bad that actually did the job and looked good at the same time.
In a bid to live the most stylish life we can, and in order to preach to you, dear reader, we spend our days finding the most sartorially on point pieces that are guaranteed to enhance your life. So welcome, gentlemen, to Bennett Winch. The British company was founded in 2014 and has since made a name for itself with stylish men the world over as being the place to head for the best bags and travel accessories in the game.
Why? Primarily, they look good. But on top of that, every consideration during the creation process has been taken to ensure that each bag is sturdy, it’s functional and built to last. Each product is made with the complications of modern life in mind, with huge emphasis on refined aesthetics and hard-wearing construction. So, what are you waiting for? bennettwinch.com
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