Gucci Ostrich HandbagAnother pearl that we stumbled upon in the Bal Harbour Gucci store was the Gucci Medium Hobo that had just been released to the public eye and isn’t even available on their official site yet. The shape accords the pictured fuchsia ostrich hobo, the material was different. Its leather was entirely covered with their new horsebit emboss and came in either a darker brown shade or more of a burgundy red. Completed was the gorgeous $1080 hobo with single strap, zip-top closure, bamboo ring details, bamboo ornament zipper pull, embossed Gucci script logo on strap, studs, and an inside zip pocket. Megs fell in love immediately, but had to pull out of a possible impulse buy once reality settled back in. We will try to hunt down a picture of the gorgeous leather and report on it later. In the meanwhile, I would really recommend the pictured Gucci Ostrich Hobo. The bag is currently on sale from almost $4k down to $2,300 and available directly through Gucci. I got a little touchy with the bag and was positively surprised about the supple and soft appeal of the quality ostrich leather. If you dig pink and have a thing for feathered bird leather, grab it while it’s hot!

P.S. Please consider supporting our small, bag-loving team by clicking our links before shopping or checking out at your favorite online retailers like Amazon, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, or any of the listed partners on our shop page. We truly appreciate your support!

Share Your Thoughts With Us

  • my husband is getting me one, like OMG!!!!!!!!!!

  • poor egghead

  • lil miss

    dats a niice handbag…


    That is a nice bag. I am trying to stay way from the logo bags so it is perfect. I heard logo bags are just not trendy right now. Although it doesn’t keep me from using a Gucci Logo Handbag.

  • emmeka

    As long as you don’t mind how they got the ostrich leather to scar like that, go ahead. Blow your cash. Here’s what they do (this from a friend who worked at the Gucci flagship in NYC): they cut the root of the feather repeatedly, while the animal is still alive. Their skin is highly enervated, so the cuts are excruciating. These birds are tortured.

    Recent research indicates that fish and birds have well developed neural pathways which means they feel pain the same way we do.

    That’s not a price I’d pay for fashion OR luxury.

  • LiL BbE

    its abre nice xXx

  • jade

    yet again i have this to x

  • Maggie

    Very pretty color! (ipad)

  • Naggy

    There’s nothing that I like about this one. (ipad)

  • KY

    I don’t like the shape of the bag. (ipad)