Bottega Veneta Butterfly Cosmetic Case

I’m a girl who loves her designer handbags but has never been one to splurge on a designer cosmetic case. It may be because I choose not to wear a ton of make up, although it is well-known that a gal like me needs concealer from time to time which I choose to avoid, or just because I find it frivolous. One would argue that my finding a designer cosmetic case being frivolous is quite the oxymoron. To squash that oxymoron, I have found a divine cosmetic case that is both feminine and sturdy. The Bottega Veneta Butterfly Cosmetic Case is large enough to fit the few cosmetic necessities I need, 8 x 3 x 5, and shows off the pink Quarzo that is so feminine with a butterfly design. The inside is lined with cotton and the price is not absurd, just more than I would typically spend on a cosmetic case, especially since most of my cases come with free packages after spending x amount at department stores. Time for me to move on to the big girl case I think; via Bottega Veneta for $290.

  • Jason

    it looks like a high quality version of a preteen’s lip gloss bag. not a big fan.

  • Joan

    to Meg, is this the BV mentioned the other day when you bought your mom
    a purse and the LV belt?

  • Carol

    It is pretty but not nearly as functional as the one I purchased at http://www.speedymakeupcase.com.

  • Kendra

    It’s kind of cute, but I like their usual clutch designs better. (fb)

  • Naggy

    Animals, insects- if they’re on a fashion object, there’s a 99.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999% chance that it’s going to be tacky.

  • Naggy

    Tackiness comes in bulk when it comes to animals/insects on fashion objects. (ipad)

  • Naggy

    It doesn’t look like something BV would come out with. (ipad)