What Does 'Gucci' Mean? A Definition & How To Use It In A Sentence

July 8, 2015 by Francesca Giordano
shefinds | Style

We know the term “gucci” has been around for a while now, but we enjoy using this word so much that we thought it deserved a little extra attention.

What it means:

Gucci is no longer only the name of a luxury Italian fashion brand. It is now an adjective describing something that is okay, good, or doing fine.

According to Urban Dictionary, it is defined as something that is “good, chill, cool, awesome….” The meaning derived from Gucci the label, “because Gucci is for the “rich and ballin’ therefore he is good, cool and just pimpin’.”

How to use it in a sentence:

Next time you are out with your friends you can incorporate “gucci” into your conversation. You can talk about anything from a boy to your drinks and gucci will work. Here’s how you use it:

Someone accidentally steps on your shoe and they say, “I’m sorry.” You respond, “It’s  gucci.”

“Whats gucci?” Replaces “what’s up?”

How are you?  I’m gucci!

“This drink is so gucci!”

For a further explanation, you can refer to this song:


Will you be saying “gucci” from now on? Let us know in the comments below! 

[Photo: Shelby Rodriguez]


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