Follow the season.
Feel the summer, when the nature starts to dress in floral, you should too. I fell in love when I spotted the Dolce & Gabbana Rose Shoulder Bag.
I know, it’s different than the usual black we love. It’s sophisticated and can only be worn in special occasions like party’s or events. But your wardrobe is not complete without it.
Floral prints are all over the bag in tones of green and red. Or if red is too much, how about in tones of green, yellow and white?
The flowers are carefully put on the bag like a work of art, making it as real as possible – like its alive. It comes with a chain shoulder strap, a small logo plaque on the front in gold-tone and silver-tone metals and a zip pocket in the interior. Measuring 8.5’ x 5’ x 2’ (L x H x W), priced at $700 USD via SSENSE.
Regardless outfit your athletic, make it symmetrical or a daring and printed, or flowery look, this snowy Soft Dolce Bag is the best pair! Looking closer, it’s a turn-lock fastening plus a detachable, adjustable shoulder strap, plus a high grip which makes it easy to use as it as a hand bag, shoulder bag or even a cross body bag.Once on a time in Sicily… there were valiant knights in shining armour, fair maidens in floral organza dresses, Sicilian widows in black lace, beautiful princesses in bejewelled dresses, one Red Riding Hood in a scarlet coat with a massive fox fur hood, one Sleeping Beauty in a white gown with a golden coat, evil witches at black brocade coats adorned with gold and silver castle secrets and knaves in shimmering fur knickers.Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana took us back to Sicily once more, but this year they had recast their prized island as a medieval fairytale. This was Dolce & Gabbana theatre at its very best. The drapes swung back to show a winter scene — snow flurried in the ceiling, dry ice poured from the floor and the set was a wood of wintry trees from which hung a decadent red swing.The craftsmanship of the clothing was beautiful as they melded knight with damsel — a jewelled hood along with gold boots such as armour using a cape festooned with naïve embroideries of foxes and flowers. Sure, some of it was costume befitting La Scala at Milan, but for all that — without a Dolce series would be complete without it – there were amazing clothes too, made with a mild hand despite the decoration.The silhouettes of coats, coats and gowns were really straightforward, a number of them rendered in silver brocade, others adorned with simply black flocking. Interspersed throughout was plenty of their signature strict black tailoring — curvy black dresses, the kind Monica Bellucci arrived at the show sporting, and, of course those dreamy sweeping dresses destined to be worn at the upcoming Oscars. What’s so wonderful about seeing a Dolce & Gabbana series is that you are transported into their world that doesn’t include some of this year’s wide cropped pants, say, or doesn’t give a literal translation of the 1960s. And we love them for this.