The Twilly and Hermes Handles

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  1. hey ladies, can you post pics of your Hermes bags that have twillies tied on the handles?

    I am going to invest in one or so for my new Kelly!

    do you guys prefer to match them to your bags or do contract colors?

    thanks!
     
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  2. GG, the Tohu Bohu is made in vert anis. If that is too much green for you, you might try to find an older twilly Something Something Nile. Can't remember the exact name. White ground with small green design. Tohu with the black ground would be more dramatic and easier to find. On the other hand, just don't wear hand lotion and enjoy the bag!
     
  3. ^ I love that look! There are many pics on the board from ladies who twilly up their handbag handles. It's so stylish and colorful. :smile:
     
  4. yeah I def need something for my ostrich

    what about the red berries in the green color
     
  5. Idea stealer . . . just joking before you invest . . . . wait a couple of weeks and see how that twilly turns out on my vert anis ostrich

    I would like instructions on how to tie them on!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. definitely prefer twillies to match the bag.
     
  7. i will be the lone voice of dissent here i guess but i think you should just enjoy your kelly as it is and not wrap the handles. i think it looks way too fussy and precious and takes a lot away from the bag. but that's just my take on it and i know a lot of people like the look.
     
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  8. While the twilly might be nice for dress-up, or certain occasions, I too like handles to be "naked."
     
  9. If you like solid colors, try the losanges ........
     
  10. Here's mine. I think I'd much prefer to match or blend in so as to not distract the entire look of the bag too much. Just enough to complement.
     

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  11. i had a rather hard time finding a twilly to match vert cru - cos most of the latest designs dont go so well.

    by chance i found the 2006 'un jardin' in yellow colorway (if that is the apt word to use) & it was perfect.
     
  12. Here's a few eye candies.... I love twillys... have a good-sized collection of them and do use them on my birkins too. I use them in all my kellys except for box leather and croc.
     

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  13. Here is a close up : 32cm orange swift kelly phw - twin to Ms. Piggy's orange kelly - same twilly too!
     

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  14. 35cm gold gulliver with gh. Twilly is light yellow green with a hint of tan (don't know the name though...)
     

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  15. oh very nice. can someone post pics on how to....instructions

    :smile: