Anything wrong with a man purse?
BACK in the day, owning a briefcase was quite a thing.
It was somewhat a symbol of affluence. Rich men carried these around and the not so rich would pose for pictures while carrying them.
In movies, when you see a briefcase, it’s highly likely stacked with bricks of $100 dollar bills.
Someone is about to be paid a ransom, it’s a drug deal about to be closed or someone is being bribed.
But nowadays, you hardly ever see a man carrying a briefcase or any bag for that matter.
The sling bag once became popular but like any other fashion trend, it quickly fizzled out – men hardly carry those anymore.
No man I know except for Zimbabwe Style Icon Craig Zoowie owns and knows how to use a good man bag.
Today, if you see a man carrying a bag and they’re not travelling, chances are high there’s a laptop in it.
But why are man bags not a thing anymore? Could it be because African men, Zimbabwean men to be specific, are not quite the metrosexual bunch?
Now it’s got me thinking I need to find myself a classier group of male friends, neither of them are THAT sophisticated.
I’m just kidding but I wish they knew not only how stylish and practical owning one could be.
Some of them don’t even own wallets; they just stuff their money straight into their pockets and randomly pick bills from there whenever the need arises.
Those who do own wallets have them so stuffed they leave a bulge in the pocket.
That can be rather distracting, seeing that big bulge on the thigh area.
I don’t understand how one would rather walklk around with walletllet and car keys handsnds when they placedced in some
They even go around askingking for the ir in their can be bag.