From the iconic Birkin to the one-of-a-kind Passe-Guide bag, we listed ten Hermès bags worth investing on.
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There are some who will say that designer bags as investments. And when looking for a designer bag, one can simply look at their timeless features and its durability— features that we can see in Hermès bags.
Known for their craftsmanship and meticulous practices, it is no surprise that an Hermès bag value and quality lasts for a long time. So if you’re on the lookout for one, we listed down ten bags that you can consider for your next purchase.
The iconic and most coveted piece from Hermès, the Birkin bag. Though it was introduced in 1984, it became one of the most sought after because of its chic and timeless design as well as its durable quality.
A classic piece of Hermès. Designed with a lean, trapezoid shape that gives a touch of sophistication. For a little tip, the Kelly bag has two versions— the Kelly Sellier for a sturdy structure and the Kelly Retourne for a more relaxed structure.
The Garden Party
This tote bag might be one of the most skillfully made bags you’ll want to get your hands on. The Garden Party bag was made for practicality given the size and interior it was designed for. It’s definitely a designer tote bag waiting to be snatched.
The contemporary structure may seem daunting but the purpose for its perforations and quirky H symbol is to let air circulate inside the bag, ensuring that the interior and your valuables are safe. Overall, the Evelyn bag is one for the casual yet sporty kind of vibe.
Highly versatile with its simplistic yet modern features. You can wear the Constance bag as a shoulder bag or crossbody bag, this staple bag perfect for your casual ensembles.
A sleek rounded structure is perfect for those who are constantly on-the-go. The Bolide leans towards functionality and practicality with its spacious compartment. A classic piece that is versatile for you to use anywhere you go.
The odd exterior of The Lindy might be daunting at first but it was styled to make you comfortable. Handles designed perpendicularly allow the center of the bag to droop but you can opt to use the shoulder strap to make it snug.
The Hermès Herbag was brought back in 2009 with its new features such as the external pocket and an interior removable pouch, but the best part? The top area is detachable allowing you to play around, it’s basically two bags in one!
Designed with multiple compartments to keep your necessities and a bag that can be worn as a crossbody or over the shoulder, the Jypsière messenger bag is ideal for those who are living a fast-paced life and in need of a sophisticated piece to tag along with them.
The chic bindle is a timeless and minimalist piece that pays homage to the equestrian heritage of the House. Designed for travel and leisure, the Picotin will be your go-to carryall bag.
Featured photo: The Herbag (hermes.com)