I have compiled a list of items that you should have for your commute to work this Winter. All of which are as equally as stylish as they are practical.
1. Briefcase – River Island £35
Naturally you are going to need something to hold all of your contents in so I have found one which looks stylish, sturdy and most importantly, practical. This Satchel briefcase has a pebbled effect and the dark brown colour would look really effective against a navy or a black suit.
2. Umbrella – Zara £12.99
With the unpredictability of the English weather, it’s best to be prepared so you don’t get caught out in a downpour. This Zara umbrella is understated yet looks really slick and as it’s quite slimline it would fit perfectly inside of your briefcase.
3. Scarf – Burton £14.99
To ensure you are wrapped up this Winter to fight against the cold, I have found this great scarf from Burton. The classic monochrome pattern has a dash of Royal Blue running right through it, making this scarf look really stylish whilst keeping you warm.
4. Aftershave – Tom Ford Noir Extreme £70
A slightly pricy fragrance yet one that is guaranteed to get you compliments. This luxurious fragrance is great for the Winter as the woody, oriental notes in this give it a feel of sophistication and is perfect for everyday wear.
5. iPad Case – ASOS £5
If you’re a gentleman that no longer finds the notebook or diary useful, and you now store all of your information on your iPad for work, then how about this slick, stylish iPad case? The Crocodile Effect on this iPad case looks great and is going at a bargain price!
I am a Male Grooming Enthusiast and I currently run my own blog at http://mrlukechristian.com I typically write about Grooming Tips and Lifestyle Posts!
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