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Zahra Is Lusting After This Sensational Serpentine Backpack

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If you’re someone who values comfort over all else in your fashion choices, then you already know that there’s nothing better than a stylish backpack. It’s youthful, sporty, practical, and — let’s all agree here — way easier on your back and shoulders than any other style of bags (just ask your chiropractor).

When backpacks first surfaced on the international runways a few seasons ago, I honestly thought it would be a fleeting trend. But here we are in 2017, and the trend is still going strong in various iterations that are neater and chicer than novelty knapsacks. What’s more, trust me when I tell you that a chic leather version can easily go from casual to glamorous depending entirely on what you style it with.



Gucci Cellarius Snake Print Leather Backpack


So when I recently spotted this backpack from Gucci in my inbox, I just couldn’t take my eyes off of it. So what if it’s part of its Cruise 2017 men’s collection? I think it’s perfectly androgynous and would work just as perfectly with formal pants as it would with a chic midi-skirt-button-down-shirt-and-sneakers look. Ladies, I think this is true love: I’ve found the perfect carry-all for both work and play!

The Gucci Cellarius Leather Backpack — featuring a bright red, grey, and white kingsnake motif that has quickly become creative director Alessandro Michele’s signature detail — has a minimalist design with adjustable shoulder straps and a top handle that you can wear in two ways: as a tote or a shoulder bag. (The leather back straps can be adjusted and secured with a buckle and stud closure to create a long shoulder strap. How cool is that?).

This bag is pure perfection and it’s definitely going to the top of my new season wishlist!

SHOP NOW: Gucci Cellarius Snake Print Leather Backpack (Rs 161,500) *
* Available at Gucci stores in Mumbai and Delhi.


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