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    ^ cool, but you may want a shoulder strap too though

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1234 View Post
    ^ cool, but you may want a shoulder strap too though
    Excellent point. Also worried that camo only goes with certain colours. Probably should go for a leather one really (with a strap)

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    It does seem to have loops whereon you could fit a shoulder strap. Would require some mucking about though...
    Yes I would go for a leather duffel/holdall. Nice ones are pretty expensive though. Let me know if you find a nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Let me know if you find one!
    https://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/N...sFromSale=true


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    "We’re sorry. This item has been so popular, it has sold out. "

    :-(

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    try picking a different country on the webshop, maybe you could still order it that way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamski123 View Post
    Excellent point. Also worried that camo only goes with certain colours. Probably should go for a leather one really (with a strap)
    this website seems to have a pretty decent selection of reasonably priced, leather holdalls:

    Holdall Mens Bags | Holdall Man Bags | Holdall Bags For Men | Holdall Leather Bags For Men | Pure Luxuries | Page 1

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    Hey guys, i'm a bit lost when it comes to pocket squares so was wondering what you think of the following:




    Which would be most versatile? I'm thinking to wear with navy, grey etc

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    The bottom one definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waqar46 View Post
    Hey guys, i'm a bit lost when it comes to pocket squares so was wondering what you think of the following:




    Which would be most versatile? I'm thinking to wear with navy, grey etc
    Both very nice! I have lots of reiss pocket squares and the first one is a better material, a bit thicker and less floppy than the second, so on that basis alone I'd opt for the first. A bit of a tricky colour to match as it has a slight green tinge, but it would look nice with a grey suit.

    I have the second pocket square in the tie (same pattern from reiss) and to be honest find it a bit of a nightmare to match with anything.

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