D&G Dolce&Gabbana's mustard 'Emy' bag


It's gorgeous, no? I'm not entirely sure about the colour, but the shape and the details are just beautiful. In fact, I'm yearning here.

I love it so much that I'm thinking £585.00 isn't *that* expensive, for such a lovely bag. (I know it is really. It is. Isn't it?) Get it from my-wardrobe.com.

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