hermes evelyne etoupe

In the market for the Hermes Evelyne Etoupe. Our team has researched and reviewed the hermes evelyne sizes to help you come up with a better decision. We’ve also put up a shopping guide with the features you can consider when buying the hermes evelyne bag pm.

Hermes Evelyne Etoupe

 

Hermes Evelyne Bag List Guide

 The Hermes Evelyne Bag is the ultimate crossbody shoulder bag.  This bag features the iconic Hermes “H” in the front.  Currently, there are three versions in circulation.  It’s not as world-renowned as the Birkin or Kelly, but the Evelyne bag is simple and functional with a point of view.  The PM is considered to be the perfect size for this style as it is not too bag, just perfect.

Essentially, it is meant to be treated as if it is your every day, carry-all crossbody bag.

The Evelyne I (1st generation) – Has no external pockets

The Evelyne II (2nd generation) – Has one external pocket

The Evelyne III (3rd generation) – Has an external pocket and an adjustable canvas strap

The Hermes Evelyne bag comes in four sizes and many color combinations. Not all sizes and colors are available.

Sizes

Style

Size

Hermes Evelyne III 16 (TPM) 6.7″ x 7″ x 2″
Hermes Evelyne III 29 (PM) 11.25″ x 12″ x 2 ½”
Hermes Evelyne III 33 (GM) 12” x 13” x 3”
Hermes Evelyne III 40 (TGM) 16″ x 16.5″ x 4″

The Evelyne TPM has been discontinued as of 2019.  Making the Evelyne PM bag the smallest size available.  If you are still seeking this size of the Hermes Evelyne you can get it online here.

Leathers

This bag is also available in two types of leather, Epsom or Clemence.  As an added benefit, the Epsom and Clemence leather types are considered the best against damage and noticeable wear.

Why Choose a Hermes Evelyne Crossbody Bag

  • Ease of travel – This isn’t your typical Birkin or Kelly, isn’t too bulky and can easily throw your essential in as you travel to your next destination.
  • Perfect starter bag – Super affordable as compare to other Hermes bags.
  • Sporty while elegant – It’s durable and flexible with external pockets and reliant for anything.
  • Accessible & casual – perfect for a dinner date or work bag, has a simple but functional design and look.  Plus that “H” is unmistakable.
  • Hermes Color Guide

     

    Rarer and More Unique Hermès Colors

    As with the huge and unique range of leathers, Hermès also offers an extensive and unique range of colors for their bags. Some of the color names are unique to Hermès, so to help you understand which color to expect, here is a brief guide to the most popular and some of the rarer and more unique Hermès colors.

    ***It is important to note that due to the unpredictable and unstable nature in which different leathers take to the dye, there can be subtle differences and minor variations in how the colors apply to each batch. This guide is meant to be used as a general guideline for color depictions***

     

    Hermès
    Reds

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      Rouge Hermès – deep wine red with blue and pink undertones

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      Rouge Vif – bright cherry or lipstick red with raspberry pink undertones

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      Vermillion – bright red, similar to a tomato color with orange undertones

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      Brique – brick red

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      Braise – rouge red

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      Rouge Garance – bright red with raspberry pink undertones

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      Rouge Moyen – deep candy apple red with blue undertones, darker than Rouge Vif or Rouge Garance, but slightly lighter than Rouge Hermès

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      Rouge Jaipur – very bright red

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      Rouge Tomate – tomato red color

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      Rouge Casaque – slightly darker than Rouge Tomate

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      Rouge Piment – deep red with subtle pink undertones

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      Bougainvillea – very bright red with strong pink undertones

     

    Hermès
    Blues

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      Blue Jean – sky blue, can be bright or pale depending on leather

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      Indigo – dark navy blue

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      Ink – blue-black indigo

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      Thalassa – Mediterranean Sea Blue, deeper than Blue Jean

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      Blue Roi – bright royal blue. Appears as a denim blue look in exotic leathers

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      Turquoise – bright blue-green

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      Brighton Blue – light blue with white undertones

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      Navy – a very dark French Navy color

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      Blue Saphir – a bright ‘electric’ blue

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      Aqua – a sea blue used in Chevre leather

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      Petrol – a royal blue shade with white undertones

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      Midnight Blue – a deep and rich blue shade

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      Cobalt Blue – a calm royal blue

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      Blue France – same shade of blue that is found on the French flag

     

    Hermès
    Greens

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      Vert Anis – bright green, similar to an apple color

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      Vert Cru – the brightest green in the Hermès collection

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      Vert Amande – a medium shade of green, similar to grass color

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      Vert Jasmin – very watery pale green with yellow undertones

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      Vert Olive – dark and rich in color, same shade as olives

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      Vert Fonce – forest green

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      Vert Pale – a light green, bordering on grey

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      Kiwi – a light, kiwi shade of green

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      Vert Pelouse – a dark, ‘moss’ green color

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      Cactus – a light green, similar in shade to the spikes on a cactus

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      Bambou – deep green like a bamboo plant

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      Pistache – a pistachio shade of green

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      Vert Bronze – ‘worn’ green with bronze undertones

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      Vert Chartruese – green with yellow undertones

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      Apple Green – light and playful green

     

    Hermès
    Oranges

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      Classic Orange – bright tangerine, a classic Hermès color

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      Potiron – slightly bright orange with brown undertones. Appears darker on Chevre leather and brighter on Togo leather

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      Tangerine – a lovely light shade of orange, slightly lighter than Classic Orange

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      Orange Poppy – a deep orange with pink undertones

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      Juane d’or – a very light shade of orange

     

    Hermès
    Purples and Pinks

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      Raisin – bright dark purple, lighter than violet

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      Violet – bright purple, darker than raisin

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      Violine – similar to Violet, slighter lighter

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      Myosotis – similar to lilac in color

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      Cassis – very deep purple

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      Lilac – light shade of purple, white undertones

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      Iris – very deep purple with dark blue undertones

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      Prune – dark and warm purple, similar to the color of prunes

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      Cyclamen – mixture of pink and lavender

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      Fuchsia – bright, rich pink

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      Rose Shocking – bright pink

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      Rose Lipstick – light pink with white undertones

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      Framboise – a medium shade of pink with red undertones

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      Rose Tea – very light pink, just off-white

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      Rose Tyrien – very bright pink, brighter than Rose Shocking

     

    Hermès
    Yellows/Beige

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      Jaune – bright and sunny yellow

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      Saffron – dark yellow with brown undertones

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      Beige/Rose – beige with a hint of pink

     

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    Browns

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      Marron Fonce – bordering on a wine red color

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      Chocolate – rich and warm in tone, similar color to chocolate

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      Kraft – warm and rich shade of brown

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      Etrusque – terracotta brick color

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      Meil – very dark brown

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      Etoupe – medium to light chocolate shade of brown

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      Moka – very dark brown with slight hint of purple undertones

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      Ebene – deep and dark brown with white undertones

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      Cafe – dark brown, bordering on black

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      Caramel – wonderful light caramel color

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      Natural Sable – slightly darker than Natural

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      Cognac – light and subtle brown

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      Moka – deep brown, almost grey in color

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      Natural – coffee brown color

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      Cocoan – a chocolate brown, almost maroon in tone

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      Tabac – light brown color, similar to cigar leaves

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      Cigare – medium brown with slightly white undertones

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      Toundra – off-grey shade of brown, very light

     

    Hermès
    Blacks/Greys

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      Noir – classic black color

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      Noir Nacre – similar to Noir with white undertones

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      Graphite – dark grey with blue tones

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      Vert Gris – grey with green undertones

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      Paris Grey – almost silver shade of grey

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      Etoupe Grey – grey with brown undertones

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      Gris Pale – very light shade of grey

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      Etain – almost light brown shade of grey

     

    Hermès
    Other Colors

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      Gold – classic gold color

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      Silver – shiny shade of silver

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      Bronze – similar bronze shade to Olympic medals

Price

Style

Price in USD

Hermes Evelyne III 16 TPM $1,600
Hermes Evelyne III 29 PM $3,300
Hermes Evelyne III 33 GM $3,725
Hermes Evelyne III 40 TGM $4,500
HERMÈS VINTAGE

 

Evelyne III GM bag

Functional and contemporary, the Evelyne bag is a colourful addition to your bag collection. It comes categorised in generations – the pioneer Evelyne I, the II and the III. With a saddle shape, it allegedly alludes to the brand’s origins, when riding equipment was still crafted by Hermès. Created in classic etoupe brown, this smooth Taurillon Clemence leather Evelyne III GM shoulder bag is a perfect addition to use on those laid back days. The casual accessory features a top strap snap closure, a perforated H logo to the front, a detachable and adjustable shoulder strap, a back slip pocket and front logo stamp. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.

ID da marca: SQUAREO

Feito em França

Composição:
couro 100%

O look

Modelo mede 1,78 m e usa tamanho OS

O(a) modelo também veste: Tiko Paksa Calça listrada.

A marca

Emile-Maurice Hermés, neto do fundador Thierry Hermés, resumiu a filosofia da marca fundada em 1920 por sua família como ‘Couro, esporte e a tradição da elegância’. Passada de geração em geração, a Casa de Hermés tem se comprometido com qualidade em design e produção por mais de 160 anos. No século 21, o nome Hermés continua a representar o melhor do luxo francês.

 
 

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