Fashion is complicated, sometimes what you feel looks like just torn, old clothes could turn out to be “high-fashion” and will cost approximately RM3,6471,877,164!
That was the case with this Bottega Veneta handbag that costs $2200 USD (RM9,347.36) which looks… familiar.
According to Bottega Veneta, the bag is a Soft sack shape with a handle that looks casually knotted and slips around the wrist and iconic intrecciato weave in a subtly amplified new dimension.
However, soon, Andrea Smith, 27, from East London spotted that the bag strongly resembled a used dog poo bag, i.e.:
Do you see the resemblance?
Andrea told The Sun as a dog owner, she spends a lot of her time in dog parks thus when she saw the bag, she couldn’t help but laugh out loud.
We did some perusing of our own and noticed that while the bag in black looked like dog poo bags, the bag in yellow looks like a traditional Malaysian Hari Raya delicacy.
Can you guess it?
Yeap, the bag in yellow looks more or less like our favourite ketupats. So, if you’re interested in getting expensive bags but don’t have the means for it, don’t worry!
Get a black garbage bag, add a twist on top and voila, you’re good to go!
Do you see the resemblance? Let us know in the comments section!
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