Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Gucci launched a line of gorgeous accessories in a range of pretty pastels. The collection features the iconic GG monogram print—reimagined in a jumbo size—plus new colorways including lilac, light pink, mint green, and banana. After all, nothing cures winter blues quite like pretty spring colors, am I right?
Bucket hats, bags, shoes, wallets, and other accessories have all been emblazoned with the new jumbo pastel GG print as part of this launch—and every piece is available to shop right now exclusively at gucci.com (a.k.a. you can’t buy them in-store just yet). Prices start at $460.
Just saying, if you’re still looking for a luxe Valentine’s Day gift for your sweetheart (or for yourself), these brand-new Gucci items might be the perfect way to say “ILY.” Or get wayyy ahead on your Mother’s Day shopping and grab her a printed wallet or belt now so you’re not scrambling for a last-minute gift.
If it’s time to splurge on a new bag, the jumbo pastel GG monogram print is also available on everything from small shoulder bags to totes to bucket bags and more. Yeah, they’re expensive, but you’re worth it!
And if soft pastels aren’t your style, there are a ton of other Gucci items that are ideal for spoiling yourself or someone else. Timeless items like the monogrammed wool scarf or the GG belt definitely qualify as investment pieces that you’ll come back to year after year, no matter how the trends evolve. So you’re not just shopping, you’re investing.
I mean, how chic are these geometric-framed sunglasses? And the heart-shaped coin purse is honestly so cute! Plus, all of these classic items come in at less than $500, which is pretty reasonable for high-quality designer buys you’ll have for years, in my opinion.
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