Men’s Fashion: Purple November


Autumn colors are rich earth tones, think colors of leaves, the last of flowers, warm orange, pink and purple sunsets. Above are the Bags for November. Thanksgiving is coming so you have cozy, warm thoughts.

The main November bag is the Calvin Klein Sonoma North South Reversible tote, 15x16x5, a nice sized tote to carry more items for those long days. It will hold 5-6 smaller bags (as discussed in previous Men’s Fashion Articles), a 12-15 oz water bottle, small to medium computer and so on. Beware, there is single-stitching all around, so you may need to reinforce with secondary stitching or leather glue.

The second tote is by Joe’s, 15x13x4, a great secondary bag for November. There is a zip pocket on the front and a slip pocket on the back right and a tag that hangs down. Following, is the Covelin 11x8x4 bag that I’ve previously covered here on brickoneil.com/blog. This carries more than you think, as discussed in it’s own article previously written here.

Next are the clutches for Purple November the Charming Tailor foldover clutch, at  W11-3/4 x H7 x D1. I’ve yet to use any of the foldover clutches, but they are there if/when I need them. Next is the Artwell Envelope Clutch at 9.5×6. These are the clutches I use most, day-in-day-out, the perfect size for a smartphone, slim wallet, keys and carmex. I rarely have anywhere to go On-Island, due to the small town/island and poor public transportation. Heading to the mainland can take up to 2 hours then there is the one-hour bus ride to civilization. Just not worth it.

I forgot the Yaluxe purple expandable clutch, but here it is below, at 7.67″(L) x 4.33″(H)x 1.49″(W),

I’ve covered this clutch many times on this blog, but it has 2 main compartments with a slip pocket between the two. There are pockets on the outside as well and can expand up to three inches! Love this clutch.

So these are the November Purple bags, totes, wallets and clutches you could be carrying.

Until next article.

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