The thing you carry your cash in can say a lot about you: a money clip says "I'm a minimalist", while a chain wallet says "I just spent everything that would go in here at Hot Topic". Show dinner dates and cashiers that you're "classic, but not boring", with Barrett Alley Wallets.
Just now adding "noir" colored joints to a line of completely handstitched money-holders, BA's leather sheaths are meticulously constructed with an old-school mindset ("not a single stitch missing or a single millimeter of leather that doesn't need to be there") in a Dallas-based shop relying heavily on Englewood-sourced skins -- also an upcoming MTV show where bored suburban kids experiment with drugs and sex...in Colorado! The process starts by cutting leather, goat, or deer hide into exactly measured pieces with a knife, which're then sewn up with traditional saddle-stitch said to be "stronger than the stitch used by sewing machines", and finally lined with antique German plaid, American striped cotton, or 19thC indigo fabrics pulled from a Japanese antiquity market and advertised as "hand-loomed" and "hand-dyed", which could also describe most people from that period in Edo, as they didn't yet have guns. Most of the wallets are vegetable-tanned to "preserve the natural, tactile feel" of the material, and are available in five different styles, like the "slim, sophisticated" Revelation (with three credit cards slots), the classic five-pocket Devilish bifold with a "large bill-opening", and a flip-wallet dubbed Destiny, presumably because its large exterior pocket means less fumbling when trying to pass dollar bills to a dancer.
And because your glasses and drugs deserve the same respect, he's also got similarly worked sunglasses holders and "petite pill pouches", a great way to tell everyone "I just had to sell everything that would go in here in the alley, behind Hot Topic".