Black or brown – that’s the general world we live in when it comes to leather goods for men. And while there are brands out there that do provide a selection of colours and styles, adding on a bright mustard yellow briefcase or a teal wallet might be a bit daunting for the cautious gent.

Saffiano leather briefcase in black with gunmetal hardware.

Enter Tocco Toscano’s latest fall/winter offering: the POMINO collection. The entire series is crafted using Saffiano leather and comes in a timeless shade of black or the hero of the collection, a deep maroon that’s inspired from Florence’s famed Pomino red wine.

How does one incorporate a maroon leather good into an outfit, you say? For starters, the POMINO collection’s treatment of maroon strikes the right balance between richness of colour and subtlety. It’s a tone that will definitely get deeper and better with age, just like fine wine.

From left: Saffiano leather portfolio, key holder and bifold wallet with moneyclip in maroon with gunmetal hardware.

For best effect, an all-black outfit is the way to go. It helps to heighten the richness of the colour and makes the accessory the key focus. The pop of colour is also a great way to keep your look sharp. Or go monochromatic and play around with different tones of red to make the accessory work for you. It does take a little more effort but if done right, it makes for an impressive overall statement.

Saffiano leather clutch in maroon with gunmetal hardware.

There’s always a need for more options when it comes to accessories (especially ones that are functional as well) and Tocco Toscano’s POMINO collection is one that’s hard to resist. Find yours now at Tocco Toscano’s boutique at Orchard Gateway and the following department stores: Metro Centrepoint, Metro Paragon, Robinsons JEM, Takashimaya, TANGS at Tang Plaza and TANGS at VivoCity.

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