Bags are a women’s necessary item but now it has also become a necessary item for men. In Pakistan this fashion has followed on as well and you see a lot of men carried bags to carry essential stuff.
The “man bag” has become a bit of a global happening throughout Pakistan of men’s fashion. It used to be that only women in Pakistan carried around handbags and purses but with the needs of the modern man evolving continually, it is often necessary to carry round a form of bag at all times. Think about it – on the way to work in Pakistan you might need somewhere to store a laptop, change of clothes and even somewhere for a few essential grooming pieces. You may still be at university or even college/school in Pakistan in which case it is a necessity to carry around basics for the day and if you are all regulars at a gym/fitness center then obviously you need somewhere for those workout clothes to go.
Having a great bag is no longer a hindrance or associated with low masculinity in Pakistan. In fact it is quite the opposite in Pakistan, and a great leather bag or hold all can really add some class and style to an outfit. Women in Pakistan particularly like a man who has a good grasp of fashion and style without looking like they tried too hard. You don’t want to go the women’s route where by the bag/purse becomes the focal point of your outfit i.e. sequins, studs or multicolored – keep it easy and conventional with a great soft leather or washed canvas bag.
Leather is perfect for professional work environments or a weekend away bag in Pakistan. It is a beautiful material; I have always been a massive fan of the leather jacket to add some edge to a look in Pakistan.
Leather can work with formal or casual looks because the quality of the bag will always shine through – if you rock it with a suit or shirt and tie it will just add class, where as it can completely change the view of a casual outfit from someone who “just threw on a t-shirt and jeans” to a stylish/wealthy/classy male who is having a relaxing day in Pakistan.