Of late, men have realized the importance of dressing well. However, the one accessory which is mostly overlooked in their attire is the wallet. It is easy to dress up in stylish clothes but those little details like your wallet set you apart from the crowd. Imagine you are out on a date at a high-end restaurant and as soon as the bill arrives, you are busy digging to pull out the cash/card from a heavily stuffed wallet. Not a good impression, right?
Here are 7 useful tips to choose the right wallet –
Which is the right one for you?
#1 Tri-fold wallet – For frequent travellers
The trifold wallets can store multiple credit/debit cards which are suitable for domestic/international travellers.
#2 Wallet with multiple compartments
This universal wallet can hold both cash and plastic money in a larger quantity. It has 11 expandable pockets for storing credit/debit cards, 2 zippered pockets for cash/coins and 1 transparent pocket for identity cards.
#3 Bi-fold wallet – For office going crowd
These are simple wallets available in leather and synthetic materials. This is a classic style and is perfect for everyday use. This type of wallet allows you to store both cash and cards without making it look bulky.
#4 Aluminium Indestructible Wallet – A great pick for travellers
This super slim wallet is made of aluminium. It is perfect for those who have a lot of credit/debit cards. This wallet keeps your credit/debit cards safe from RFID scanners used by thieves.
#5 Number of credit/debit card slots
Avoid stuffing your credit/debit cards along with other items in your wallet as the card tends to bend over a period of time. Go for a wallet with proper credit/debit card slots. You can choose a wallet with at least 4 slots to store these cards.
#6 Size of the wallet
Go for a medium sized wallet which doesn’t bother you while you are seated. An oversized wallet allows you to stuff more which makes it messy whereas a smaller wallet doesn’t hold your essentials properly. The ideal size of your wallet should be 3.5” X 4.5”.
#7 Separate coin pocket
Storing your coins anywhere in the wallet could cause damage/scratches to the cards and other items in your wallet. Choose a wallet with a separate pocket or compartment for coins as it keeps your wallet organised.