The right accessory can make the difference between a good outfit and a great one. And small leather accessories add an element of sophistication for every guy. Plus, you can wear (or use) them every single day. Here are some of the best ones that will make your life a little easier—and more stylish.
Moleskine Leather Notebook
Keep your thoughts, lists, and everything else organized in a luxe notebook. It's small enough to slip into any bag, too.
Native Clic Card Leather Phone Case
Streamline your travel routine with a phone case that doubles as a card holder. You won't have to pull out your wallet every single time you need your things.
Shinola Luggage ID
Keep your eyes on your luggage at all times with a distinctive tag.
Coach Apple Watch Leather Watch Strap
The intersection between fashion and technology is still finding its stride. In the meantime, a T-Rex leather band is a good—and slightly whimsical—substitute for your silicone Apple watch strap.
Hugo Boss Bruno Woven Wrap Bracelet
A woven wrap bracelet is a laid-back addition to every summer outfit. This leather version is a more elevated option.
Smythson Black Panama Small Trinket Tray
A trinket tray is a functional and stylish addition to your desk or nightstand.
Tom Ford Leather Cardholder
If you're headed out and only need a few cards, a slim cardholder won't add bulk to your pockets.
Todd Snyder Kreis Cordovan Wallet
A simple bifold wallet is ideal for minimizing unnecessary clutter. Cognac is an interesting upgrade from a flat black or brown.
Lorenzi Milano Traveling Shave Set
Show your razors some love, too. This shave kit is the most refined way to keep your grooming routine streamlined
Thom Browne Leather Passport Holder
Don't waste time digging in your bag in the security line.
Berulti Leather Watch Roll
Protect your favorite watches while traveling with their own travel case. This luxurious Italian-made roll can hold up to four timepieces.
Louis Vuitton Tie Case
Louis Vuitton's tie case can hold up to five ties for expert organized traveling. Plus, it'll last a lifetime.
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