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TELL ME HOW YOU WEAR YOUR BAG AND I WILL TELL YOU WHAT A MAN YOU ARE

In the 70s it was normal: backcombed hair, unbuttoned shirt with visible hair, bell-bottoms paired with a belt and shoulder bag. In the following 80s and 90s the men's bag was put aside and those few who wore it were avoided almost like the plague. In recent years the music has changed again and the men's bag has come back strongly, and we rightly add us, to the limelight.

On the other hand, when he is away from home, he too needs to have tablets, keys, wallets, mobile phones and more at hand. There are those who prefer the backpack and those who prefer the shoulder strap. And, from how he wears it, he reveals a lot of things about himself.

The backpack carried on one shoulder reveals a sporty, essential style that doesn't care about fashions. It is synonymous with a man with a strong character, sure of himself and of his charm.

The backpack thrown on the shoulder casually and half open reveals a strong artistic soul, certainly anything but a neat and precise man.



The backpack held by hand as if it were a gym dumbbell, obviously combined with tight shirts, shows off the bicep and is typical of a hypertonic and narcissistic man.

The backpack held on both shoulders or the shoulder strap worn perfectly on one side reveals an organized, precise and punctual character; a very polite man but, at times, a bit boring.

The shoulder strap worn on the shoulder and held firmly even with one hand is typical of the strong and decisive personality of a combative but balanced man.

The shoulder strap thrown behind the side reveals a lively and receptive personality typical of a man with great communication skills and the desire to move quickly hands-free.

Obviously a bag cannot be enough to understand the character, personality and neurosis of the man who wears it but it is certainly a nice help. Do you agree?

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