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    Looking For Wallet, Need Suggestions

    I am looking to buy a wallet, but don't have a clue were to look as this is the first wallet i buy myself. I wouldn't want to spend more than 100 euros, but if i can find anything i like for cheap i would definitely take it, i don't care about brands, just want a good looking, durable wallet. Thanks for any suggestions

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    Vivienne Westwood ones are nice. I have one, this one:


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    couple of ideas for styles... personally i use a card holder similar to the one below (but black leather), i rarely carry cash or coins.

    i also like the comme des garcons zip around wallets.

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    I have a couple of decent ones, some quite expensive and some not so expensive.

    I have a Black Damier Louis Vuitton Card Holder

    It cost 150 - bit steep for what it is, mainly because of the name, but it's a nice design and definitely durable. Great for those days where you don't want a wallet weighing you down or ruining a silhouette by giving your arse a bump when wearing tighter trousers/denim.

    I also have a few Vivienne Westwood wallet's that I purchased from a place called Bicester Village (designer outlet stores) for about 40 a pop, similar to this one but with a simpler black and white design.

    Apologies for the large second picture.

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    My friend got his wallet stolen (I think it was Louis Vuitton). The twats took the 30 inside, but left the wallet. The wallet cost over 200.


    I always think though: surely it's an extra worry having a really expensive wallet to carry around? Those ones above all look awesome, but I'd be so scared I'd lose a wallet like that.

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    I have this and it is incredible:



    www.cleaneverything.com

    I also love this:



    Cordovan Flap Slim | Leather Goods, Wallets, Bags, Accessories | Made in the USA

    The Mulberry card holder is a favourite of mine too.
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    Id look at makr carry goods and tanner goods.

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    Great suggestions, really broadened my mind, at first i was only considering buying a coin wallet, as i always had use of the coins. But now i am rethinking. Don't you find yourself to be missing the coins? What about practicality ? What about when you buy from places which don't accept cards, like a stand or buying a ticket in the bus? What about tips?
    I love the clean everything wallet, seems like i could carry only the essentials and loose all the crap.
    Talking about bulky wallets, the bump does indeed appear when i am carrying the current wallet, hate it.
    Until i read these posts i was thinking about buying Paul Smith Wallets | Interior Multi Stripe Billfold & Coin Wallet , but maybe i should option out for a coinless wallet? What do you think?
    Last edited by Kipras; 27-06-2012 at 03:57 PM.

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