Slimming your Wallet: Bellroy Accessories

After stocking the latest collection’s of Bellroy Wallets we’ve got the best tips straight from Bellroy themselves of how to reduce the bulk in your pocket! Follow the short guide below for the best way in slimming down your wallet.

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Have a sort out! It sounds straight forward, but there’s really no need for the old receipts and business cards you’ve collected over the years! Keep them in a safe place by all means, but you don’t need to be carrying them around with you on a daily basis.

Cards – Do you still use that blockbuster card from the 90’s? Go through each card and figure out how often you use it – Only keep in your wallet the cards you use on a regular basis! Also have a sort and organise the cards you use daily so they’re the easiest to access.

Coins – Generally you’re best to keep them out of your leather wallet – They’ll massively increase bulk, break cards, stretch the leather and always build up with coppers before you have to sort them each week anyway! (If you’re sure you want to keep a few nugget in your wallet then the Note Sleeve Wallet or Take Out Wallet are for you!)

No you should be in a god place. Organised wallet, organised outlook! If you want to slim it down even further then Bellroy Wallets are the way to go!

Bellroy Wallet Easy Pull Tab

Easy access: The Bellroy pull-tabs ensure you can access all your cards easily. You can keep your most used cards separate and have these literally at your fingertips. Pull tabs are on almost all of the Bellroy Wallets, including the Card Sleeve, Slim Sleeve and Passport Sleeve wallets.
Leather: For wallets, there is no other material that compares to leather. It has strength, durability and resilience, while also managing to be supple and bend to your needs.

Bellroy Card SleeveAll of the Bellroy Wallets are made from vegetable tanned leather – A traditional method that helps the leather shape itself with how you use it. They are then dyed through as semi-aniline leathers, which means they should age much more gracefully than just surface painted leathers.