A leather portfolio can contain your most important items on a day-to-day basis. However, these accessories have fallen victim to fashion and fame, as their price tends to increase over time. This is because they are perceived as accessories that give prestige and elegance to their wearer.
So, before thinking about buying a portfolio and start comparing prices here and there, we invite you to stay and see our tips to choose the leather portfolio that best suits you.
WHAT ARE YOU USING IT FOR?
Before buying a leather portfolio, you should consider your lifestyle and your work. For example, if you are a lawyer who handles a lot of paper files, you may want to go for a conventional briefcase.
Traditional leather briefcases are standard size with rigid walls. This means that you will have enough support and space to transport all the necessary documents that the legal draft requires.
However, if you work in the home office as it has become a trend since COVID-19, it is highly recommended that you opt for a briefcase that is light, easy to transport and is organized in such a way that it allows you to easily move your laptop and documents from here over there, especially if you are a digital nomad.
At perré we have a smart light portfolio made of genuine leather, which is perfectly adapted for this need.
CARE WHEN CHOOSING THE MATERIAL
It’s always best to invest in quality, well-crafted genuine leather! This is because the best leather will last for decades without ripping or ripping.
In fact, leather improves over time because it begins to move and form properly. Unlike faux fur, where the material will rip and tear.
Not to mention, genuine leather smells amazing. So if you want to make a good impression, buy a leather briefcase.
If you want to be 100% sure that the leather is genuine, you can buy your leather goods in stores such as Perré – Handmade, where the quality of the leather and the treatment by artisans are guaranteed.
HOW TO USE A LEATHER CASE
The goal of a multi-purpose briefcase / briefcase is to keep your hands and pockets clutter-free. So when using a leather briefcase, don’t be shy and put everything in it, from your wallet to your house keys.
A very common mistake when using a leather briefcase is not combining it properly with your clothes. For example, if you have a brown leather briefcase, you should use neutral colors such as black, nude or brown. Stay away from bright colors like red, orange, green, as they could collide and make you lose the style and elegance that genuine leather provides.
Of course, this does not mean that you have to go monochrome all the time to fit your briefcase, there is still room to play with colors, whether in your tie, watch or some other accessory that you carry.
YOU TRAVEL A LOT? As we mentioned above, a lightweight leather briefcase is your best option in this case. Especially those that have segmented compartments that can be useful and serve to store your passport holder, your laptop and important travel documents. The portfolio is a must-have accessory for any digital nomad or frequent business traveler. Since it will not only help you keep your hands and pockets free, but it will also keep everything you need organized and thus you will not spend unnecessary time looking for anything. In conclusion, a portfolio