Hermes Evelyne bag discontinued, just like any other bag right? You’d be wrong.
Most Hermes fans wouldn’t be very happy with the discontinuation of the bag. In fact, many people have started asking around if the bag is still in production.
If you’re one of these people, then be rest assured that your bag isn’t discontinued.
There is a low inventory of the bag is currently very low, so demand seems to be higher than the supply.
But it wouldn’t be a bad thing to prepare for any possibilities of discontinuation, right?
Going by the speculations around the bag, you may want to be aware of some of the alternatives but from the brand and other companies.
The Hermes Evelyne Handbag hasn’t been discontinued. However, there is a low inventory for the bag, which is why it’s so scarce. You can as well stock up on alternatives, plenty of which abound.
The Hermes Evelyne Line of Handbags
One thing that I notice is causing quite a bit of confusion is that some people don’t know that Evelyne is a line of handbags.
So, it’s possible that a few of the models in the line may have been discontinued, such as the TPM and some others (covered below).
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other models still in the line. The best way of confirming whether a particular model is discontinued or not is to ask the brand.
The Hermes Evelyne TPM
For fans of the Hermes product line, the discontinuation of the Hermes Evelyne TPM bag back in 2019 was a genuine source of consternation.
The bags were quite popular and for a number of good reasons.
Are there other good options? If so, which ones are women considering? Let’s take a closer look at why these bags were so popular, and what some of the best alternatives were.
Why the Hermes Evelyne Bags Were So Popular
The Evelyne bags were crossbody bags, with the letter “H” prominently displayed in a cross-stitch style.
Why was the Hermes Evelyne bag discontinued? To some extent, it was an evolutionary choice.
There were three different versions of the bag, Evelyne I, Evelyne II and Evelyne III, with each successive version serving as a replacement for the previous generation.
The bags were made of high-end, quality materials, and the improvements that came with each generation were well-received as well.
The Evelyne III, for instance, has a canvas strap rather than a clasp enclosure, along with an exterior patch pocket.
While the durability of the original Evelyne line has kept these bags available and in the public eye, women have found other options. Many of them are from within the Hermes product line.
The Evelyne was originally designed as an equestrian accessory to carry horse grooming tools.
So many women have turned to some of Hermes smaller, more convenient bags.
The Evelyne was also designed for both travel and day use, so there are plenty of options for those searching for convenience.
One is the Jypsiere, which is smaller and more elegant.
It was designed for hands-free use, and the fact that it can be worn on the shoulder or across the body makes it more versatile than the Evelyne.
Another popular choice would be the Sac Berline, which was a sportier model.
The design was originally based on the leather seats in luxury autos, so it definitely has a different feel. It can also be worn as a crossbody bag, on the shoulder, or as a clutch, so it offers even more versatility.
These are just a couple of the options.
There are plenty of choices within the Hermes product line, so women definitely haven’t been left holding the bag, so to speak.