The dream..!


The dream..!


Get the look: Gucci Dionysus Bag (get similar bag here) via, Zara top, Velvet grey heels (get similar shoes here) and hair piece via justbraydz

The Dream

We girls all have a dream. A wish to travel, a desire to have the perfect job, and a longing for the perfect companion. Preferably Italian, handsome and willing to join you on all your adventures. Yes, we all dream of the Gucci Dionysus. Because let’s face it, it is the It-bag of the moment. The Italian fashion designer is extremely popular these days, and the Gucci store is often more crowded than a Zara store during the Sales period. That is why I prefer to shop online. I found this beauty on, which is the premier destination for pre-owned luxury handbags online. This printed top with the velvet bow is another online favourite find and what do you think of my stunning braided hair piece?


Gucci Dionysus Bag

Named after the Greek God of Wine, the Dionysus tote is already a classic. This line was introduced shortly after Michele Alessandro’s takeover of the Gucci brand in 2015 and did an amazing job so far. The bag is made in Italy and has been crafted from the finest leather. It has been adorned with a bamboo top handle and the label’s signature double tiger head spur closure. This is a unique detail referencing the Greek god Dionysus, who in myth is said to have crossed the river Tigris on a tiger sent to him by Zeus. The closure is further enhanced with black Swarovski crystals. The bag also includes two spacious internal compartments, slit and zipped pockets, and two interchangeable straps. As you probably know, the Dionysus line has many beautiful models. From shoulder bags to mini bags and from clutches to handbags. What is your favourite one?!


Photos by Banavenue // @Banavenuephotog


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As always, thank you for reading! XoXo Susanne!

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