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It doesn't matter what profession you are in, many of us need a practical bag for work and for some that means carrying a laptop, tablet or some other form of tech around with you on a daily basis. Just because you need to carry a laptop, doesn't mean you have to have a boring bag though. In fact, there are plenty that will fit that black or silver slab in without cramping your style. We have rounded up a few that combine both fashion and practicality because let's face it, dedicated company laptop bags aren't the most pleasant to look at.
The handbags in this feature are all about looking good while making sure you can carry around all your tech without it being immediately obvious. Measuring x x mm, the Celiaa Crosshatch Shopper Bag is made from bovine leather with rose gold metal detailing, it has a spacious interior and it fastens shut with a zip to keep everything secure.
The Knomo Beaux leather backpack comes in three colours - black, espresso and navy. It has plenty of pockets inside designed to carry all of your tech from your laptop and tablet to your smartphone and cables. If you are after something a little different, Lulu Guinness is a good place to start. This Medium Orla tote is one of her more understated options but it's still got a nice bit of character.
It measures x x 70mm and it has a secure front pocket with a metal alloy cut-out lip zip pull, while the unlined inside offers two pockets - a main one and a smaller one. The Sophia tote from Coach comes in a range of colours from classic black and navy to red, purple and more neutral colours. It is finished in polished leather, features and inside zip and top zip closure, as well as several pockets for holding your smartphone and other smaller devices.
The Sophia measures x x mm so there will be plenty of room for a inch laptop. Ralph Lauren's Lauren range includes the Newbury Brown Large Tote Bag that features two large zipped compartments, a spacious middle section, a smaller zipped compartment and a two smaller open pockets so it is perfect for getting all your gadgets inside.
It fits our inch MacBook Air, DSLR camera, phone, large make up bag, purse and notepad inside its x x mm size without a problem and it can be carried using the shoulder strap or handles. Kate Spade is well known for lovely handbags and iPhone cases. Not all are large enough for a laptop but the Cedar Street Jensen will do the trick, measuring x x mm. It is made from crosshatched leather, features a Carolina Spade Dot lining and comes with carat light gold plated detailing.
There are two large zipped compartments, a main compartment with tab closure, two smaller pockets inside and a zipped internal pocket too. Stepping it up a little in the price department, the Aspinal of London Marylebone Tote comes in a huge range of colours and finishes. It has a large main compartment, two mobile sized open pockets, two concealed external pockets, a padded iPad compartment and it is secured with a full length zip closure. The tote design measures x mm and it comes with the option for an integral tech charger pack so you can charge your phone or tablet on the go, although this isn't included in the price.
Sticking with the pricier end of the spectrum is the Mulberry Bayswater, which comes in a range of colours and finishes. Inside the x x mm bag are main main compartment, two internal slip pockets and one internal zip pocket.
For those who have around a thousand to spend on a work bag, the Marion Ayonote Issoria Work Bag could be the one for you. It is made from leather and measures x x mm. There are three main compartments for your laptop, tablet and files, while three internal pockets are there for smaller devices and essentials.
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