J4L Review: Bugatti Monterey Business Case
What we like
What I love about the Monterey Business Case from Bugatti is that the design is so stylish and contemporary. It really does stand out amongst the more traditional briefcases and business bags you will see. On the one hand it is sleek and minimalisitc (the fastenings are kept out of view under the flap) but it has a soft silhouette on the other. I particularly like the contrasting stitching and brushed silver metal detailing on the front. The semi-matte textured leather is also an unusual touch.
The leather is thick and durable but it is not heavy and rigid. This makes it really lightweight even when full, which it needs to be considering it doesn’t come with the option of a detachable shoulder strap.
Who is the Bugatti Monterey Business Case perfect for?
Stylish professionals who like to stand out from the crowd.
At £240 the Bugatti Monterey business case is rather expensive but that is the price you pay for a bag that is so aesthetically pleasing. The leather is of excellent quality and the bag has been well finished with branded detailing on the fastenings and the lining. Overall, a stunning piece!
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