Spring is almost here, and what better way to kick off the spring season than with a new Dooney & Bourke collection released just for the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival!
If there’s one thing I can’t resist it’s a brand new Dooney & Bourke design, and this new chic pattern does not disappoint! This gorgeous inspiration comes from Disney Design Group artist Paola Gutierrez, and features a classic black and white pattern with some of our favorites riding vintage bicycles. This beautiful design reminds me of spring time in France, with it’s simple color scheme, with subtle details of a by gone era. The ever so delicate touch of red trim really brings this bag time life, and makes it stand out as a must have accessory for any woman’s wardrobe. These elegant beauties will also include a specially designed hang tag for the Festival.
Select styles of bags will be released during the Flower and Garden Festival at the Festival Center. The Festival Center will be located between Mission: Space and Universe of Energy pavilions at Epcot, and will be open Friday through Sunday each weekend of the Festival. These bags will be exclusive to Epcot, and there are no current plans to carry them at Disneyland Resort, or the online store.
I’m already set to be there on release day! Are these a new favorite, which one would you choose?
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