Last Updated on July 8, 2022
If you’re into luxury labels, chances are you already own a Bottega Veneta item.
The Italian brand, which is owned by luxury group Kering, is responsible for some of the world’s most wanted designer handbags, shoes, and of course, clothing.
The sought-after brand comes with a hefty price tag however, with £2,000 being the average cost of one of these bags.
I’m surely not the only one wondering if and when the brand holds sales. I did a little digging and this is what I found out.
Wear Next may receive a small commission if you click a link from one of our articles onto a retail website and make a purchase.
Does Bottega Veneta ever hold sales?
Looking to snag a Bottega bag for less? It always pays to shop smart, and there are some sneaky ways to do it.
While Bottega doesn’t offer discounts in stores or online, you can find plenty of cheaper options from stockists, of which there are many.
There’s also a Bottega outlet at Bicester Village.
Are Bottega Veneta bags good quality?
It almost goes without saying that these celebrity favourite bags are indeed good quality.
As reported on Italist, Bottega’s handbags and shoes are handcrafted by artisans in Italy, who have had extensive training.
The intrecciato weave, which Bottega specialises in, is a complex technique, which takes hours – sometimes days – to complete.
On top of that, the brand only uses high quality materials that aim to last a lifetime. These materials are put through thorough testing to ensure this.
What does Bottega Veneta mean?
The brand was founded in Veneto, Italy by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro in 1966.
Many designer brands are named after their founders, but Bottega Veneta literally translates as ‘Venetian shop’ in English.
Shop Bottega Veneta sale
Cat-eye sunglasses, now £218 – buy now
Midi skirt, now £393 – buy now
Pre-owned 2000s Intrecciato Hobo bag, now £1,497 – buy now
Intrecciato leather tote, now £1,815 – buy now
Midi skirt, now £451 – buy now
Intrecciato leather iPhone XI case, now £282 – buy now
Leather box clutch, now £1,614 – buy now