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    Leather portfolio?



    Hello fellas, I'm currently in the midst of interviews. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a nice, simple (clean, not a lot of features) leather portfolio to hold a notepad and resumes, cover letters, etc. Need something that would be appropriate in the suit-and-tie world, and am hoping to keep it within some range of affordability. Brown or black is fine.


    Also, I'm wondering if anyone has any insight on matching--I would assume that the same color shoes/belt rule holds true for other leather accessories, but would be curious to hear your thoughts. Thanks!


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    Not sure what your price range is, and I don't have experience with these, but I gave it a shot:


    http://www.amazon.com/Leatherbay-Classic-Leather-Padfolio-Black/dp/B001I3P6YS/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1328745066&sr=8-5


    http://www.amazon.com/Pindi-Leather-Document-30-Page-DCH-001/dp/B006A7XHGG/ref=sr_1_16?s=office-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1328745125&sr=1-16


    http://www.amazon.com/Bond-Street-712011BLK-Executive-Padfolio/dp/B001A3Q1X6/ref=sr_1_16?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1328745207&sr=1-16


    Good luck!

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      #3


      Don't overthink it. If you have separate black and brown leather briefcases, well, you probably don't care what I think.


      Shoes and belt, sure. But matching gloves, briefcase, padfolio, interior leather on your car...I mean, enough is enough.

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        #4


        I'm with NC -- shoes and belt are good, but after that it starts getting excessive. I don't know of any time I even noticed whether a guys portfolio, briefcase, wallet, etc. matched anything else he was wearing. I'd worry a little if a guy switched out his wallet every day that he went btwn black shoes, brown shoes or light brown shoes...

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