Evelyne ii

dsrm

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I have decided to purchase an evelyne ii with everyone's help but now, i need to ask what leather would be best and any suggestions with color. I was thinking blue jean what do you think?
 

lulilu

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Mar 28, 2006
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I prefer the evelyne in clemence. And this is a bag you can go crazy with color -- orange, chartreuse, blue jean, red, etc. It's a fun bag!
 

LeMonde

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Clemence for Evelyne is perfect :tup:
As for color it really is a personal choice but Blue Jean sounds yummy :yes:

Which size are you planning on getting?

And... I don't know if it's just a spelling mistake but it's II (as 2 in Roman numerals) and not ii ;) Just in case someone new to H looks at this thread in the future and gets confused.
 

rileygirl

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I have a Clemence, Epsom and Toile/Barenia. The Clemence hugs the body nicely and holds a ton. I hope to get one more Clemence E. Blue Jean is beautiful! Enjoy!
 

Luccibag

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I love my toile/clemence combination because I like a very structured bag. I had it in Clemence and it was like a big slab of meat on my body lol. That could be good if you like unstructured floopy bags.
 

rileygirl

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^^What Luccibag said is very true. I am a fan of slouch. I am having a hard time adapting to the Toile Barenia as I am not accustomed to structure and it seems so much smaller than my Clemence.
 

H&H

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Apr 24, 2007
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You are right Riley girl... I just exchanged my Lindy clemence for a Swift Toile combo and I need to get used to it that it isn't so slouchy...it IS gorgeous though. Yours must too :smile:
 
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I agree that the Evelyne is a bag where you can go bright because of how casual it is. I would never consider a potiron or orange birkin or kelly but would with an evelyne.
 
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