If you follow us on Twitter (which you totally should), you will have seen my incredible score from the Outnet earlier this week. I promise a full reveal to come soon, but right now I am making sure to check the Outnet even more often than I did before, to ensure that I may not miss the biggest and best deals on luxury items on the web.

If you love Bottega Veneta you probably love the classic Veneta bag. We have talked about this bag a lot with you all, and like many other iconic bags it has been created in many different renditions. One of my favorite options was the all crocodile version. And that version is now 50% off at the Outnet. I already highlighted this bag previously, but it deserves the spotlight again (just in case you missed it).

Original price $19,500 but now 50% off making it $9,750 via the Outnet.

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Share Your Thoughts With Us

  • Amal

    Nope Nope Nope – I would rather have a Hermes.. More classic. & at the original price maybe one in an exotic..

  • nasha sofea

    if ill rich…sure i bought it….

  • Jennifer

    LoL No. I’d take a Hermes before that. Maybe 700…

  • Megan

    I don’t like it. TO me the handle looks like a man’s foreskin.

  • Merve

    The price is still really cha ching but lo and behold its already sold out on outnet

  • Mochababe73

    I didn’t like it then, and I don’t like it now. If money wore no object, I would prefer to purchase an Hermes or a couple of Chanel classic flap bags.

  • weaslgrl

    What I don’t understand is how the Outnet manages to score a deal like this. A crocodile bag from BV doesn’t seem like the type of thing that would EVER go on sale. It makes me a little suspicious. I wish I knew more about how the Outnet sourced their products.

  • myself

    the outnet was created by the net a porter team in order to sell all the merchandise that went on sale, if you look at the net a porter site now you can’t find the “sale” icon all the time but just during the sale period, the name comes from the words outlet and net a porter together