Taylor Swift Still Loves Her Favorite Dolce & Gabbana Bag

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Taylor Swift Dolce and Gabbana Sara Bag

Here’s Taylor Swift, leaving the gym in NYC in the cutest post-gym outfit ever, carrying what is undoubtedly her favorite bag of the year: the Dolce & Gabbana Sara Bag. You can find a slightly more formal, brocade version of the Sara on sale for $1,274 (down from $1,820) at MATCHESFASHION.COM. It’s worth noting that this site is now offering free shipping and free returns (with full refunds on duties for returns) for US customers with the coupon code USAFREE.

Taylor loves this bag so much, we penned an extensive post about her love affair with the D&G Sara all the way back in April. In other news, is anyone else alarmed by the number of full grown, (presumably non-paparazzi) men that are standing around taking smartphone photos of Taylor? How about the guy who is obviously waiting to filch whatever she threw in the trash and list it on eBay?

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Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss Hang Out with Their Dolce & Gabbana Bags

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Taylor Swift Dolce & Gabbana Agata Bag Karlie Kloss Dolce & Gabbana Sicily Bag

Here are adorable, color-matching BFFs Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss, leaving NYC brunch favorite Sarabeth’s in Tribeca. Both ladies are carrying black Dolce & Gabbana bags. Taylor’s is the Dolce & Gabbana Agata Bag, while Karlie has the Dolce & Gabbana Sicily Bag(formerly known as the Miss Sicily, but apparently Dolce is looking to simplify things). Taylor’s bag is currently out of stock online, but Karlie’s Sicily can be found for $1,995 at Barneys.

Taylor has been on quite a D&G bag kick as of late, and this Agata bag is fairly similar to her hands-down favorite handbag of 2014, the Dolce & Gabbana Sara Bag. You can see more of Taylor’s favorite bags in “The Many Bags of Taylor Swift,” and you can also check out some of Karlie’s top bag picks in “50+ Bags on the Arms of Our Favorite Supermodels”.

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Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2014 Bags are Exactly What You’d Expect, but in a Good Way

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Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2014 Handbags (27)

Every season, the fashion season frets over trends. Every season, the fashion industry tries to find new inspiration, new materials, new shapes, new colors. Every season, we try to reinvent the wheel, while every season, Dolce & Gabbana Bags trots right alongside us, doing its own parallel thing and selling clothes and accessories hand over fist. It feels like it’s been a decade since Dolce gave us a collection that wasn’t overtly and aggressively inspired by Domenico Dolce’s homeland of Sicily (actual time: 2.5 years), and the brand may very well never give us another non-Sicilian collection again, for all I care. Oh, and the bags from Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2014 Bags aren’t bad, either.

It didn’t really click for me until I one day saw a woman walking down the street in New York, wearing a crisp white shirt, simple pumps and a gorgeous, midi-length full skirt printed with a Sicilian seaside vista. These clothes, for all their kitsch when laid on top of each other, actually look incredible when split up into someone’s actual wardrobe. And not only that, but because they’re not beholden to obvious trends or dependent on model-proportioned bodies, they can look incredible on almost anyone.

Dolce’s bags usually aren’t its first concern, but this season did bring us a new staple from the brand by way of a trim, tailored executive tote in a variety of leathers. It’s nice to see something from the brand beyond the Miss Sicily and Miss Dolce and the usual ultra-thematic runway pieces, and I’m sure Dolce fans will gobble it up. Check out the full collection below, straight from the runway.

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Florence Welch Totes Dolce & Gabbana in NYC

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Florence Welch (of Florence + the Machine fame) was recently spotted rushing to catch a taxi in NYC with her snakeskin Dolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily Bag. As you can see, Florence has a pretty eclectic, vintage-infused personal style – the Miss Sicily isn’t really a bag I would expect to see her with, but I suppose the lure of the exotic python was just too great. You can get a more everyday Miss Sicily in black textured leather for $1,995 at Net-a-Porter.

Florence tends to favor slinky, yet textural gowns from Italian designers like Miu Miu, Givenchy, and Valentino for her red carpet looks, while Erdem, Anna Sui and Kenzo are top picks for slightly more casual events. Basically, the girl loves bold, outrageous prints – the more outrageous the better. And what’s more outrageous than python?

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Dolce & Gabbana Take Your Infant for a Walk on the Wild Side

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“Well, of course.”

That’s the only thought I could have for at least 15 seconds after I first laid eyes on the Dolce & Gabbana Leopard Print Diaper BagOf course Dolce & Gabbana makes a leopard print diaper bag. What other kind of diaper bag would Dolce make? It makes so much sense, except that it doesn’t make any at all. Dolce usually reserves its much-adored leopard prints for its sexiest, skin-tightest pencil skirts, dresses and bustier tops, which will undoubtedly lead to baby-making in certain instances. Then, nine months later, you have this infant, and this infant has all of these things. Really, it’s just sensible for Dolce & Gabbana to consider that eventuality.

As far as the bag itself goes, I could see it going on of two ways. First, on the arm of the right woman with exactly the right wardrobe and presence, the bag (which comes with a coordinating insulated bottle sleeve and changing mat) could simply take the place of a a normal handbag – with a baby in tow, the shift in accessories would make sense. In my mind, though, this woman would have to have more or less stepped straight out of a Dolce & Gabbana ad to pull off the look – a big, quilted leopard bag needs exactly the right context to work on any level. On everyone else, this bag is more likely to make you look like an aspiring Real Housewife of New Jersey.

Think you could pull it off? If I were a new mom, I’d certainly take it for a spin around the handbag floor at Saks, but then again, I’m partial to leopard in almost all its incarnations. What was it that Diana Vreeland said about bad taste and paprika?

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to get your child started on leopard print early, pick up this bag for $780 via Saks.

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