Hi fashion people. Now lavergne team want to show you how to keep your hermes bag in tip top shape. Stay tune! Also make sure to read this article to the end. because you will need it most.
Best Hermes Bag Tip Top Shape
1. No Pens
This has to be number one. No pens. Please, no pens. Avoid pens. The one thing that is nearly impossible to get out of leather is ink. In many cases on your hermes bag impossible to remove. This is, of course, not limited to handbags. So please, watch out for pens. But, If you absolutely must carry a pen, make certain that it is inside something (like a pen case that is fully sealed) inside your bag. And while we’re at it, watch out for hand sanitizer, too. It’s alcohol, and will often leave a dark, clear mark, unless it’s colored hand sanitizer; in that case, it will deposit color onto your bag (been there!).
2. Be Aware of the Weight of What You’re Carrying
Many (if not most) people use their daily bags with at least a minimum of practicality in mind, especially those who work or are often traveling all day. The tendency to load up your bag is certainly reasonable; at least, if caring for your bag is a concern. Umbrellas, water bottles, shoes. People carry lots of things in their bags, of course, but just be aware that if you are carrying a lot of weight proportionate to the size of the bag, the handles will absolutely stretch out (been there!). If that doesn’t bother you, then by all means, proceed; although again, when there is a lot of weight in the bag regularly and the handles stretch, the bag itself tends to get a bit distorted, too.
3. Light-Colored Handles Should Be Protected
Even if you don’t regularly use hand creams and your hands are always clean, our skin has natural oils that will, over time, discolor a light bag handle. Therefore, it isn’t a bad idea to keep your light-colored bag handles covered, at least sometimes. Hermès will replace very discolored or damaged bag handles, but that’s expensive and puts your bag out of commission for at least a few weeks or, more likely, months.
4. However, Organization is Key
No matter what method of organization you use, however, any of those choices is better than no or very little organization. Having a lot of items rattling around inside your bag just creates more friction in the interior, which will cause wear, including marks and discoloration.
5. That “Rain Jacket” is just a gimmick
The only thing that will truly protect your bag in an emergency is putting it inside of something else. Lots of the Hermes bag come with rain gear; have you ever tried to use it? I did, once. (…once!) It’s folded like origami, so if you ever do open it, good luck closing it up again for future use. But more importantly, it’s got openings for the bag handles, so it’s not completely protective. And also….have you seen what a bag looks like with the rain jacket on?
Thankyou to read this article till the end. Look forward to our next article and see you!