A Guide to Hermes Beiges
Seasons may change, but love for neutrals is forever. The Hermes classics are not only timeless and sought-after but also incredibly investment-worthy. As a close cousin to Hermes orange, Hermes beiges include some of the most gorgeous hues to ever grace the Earth. The classics include Gold and Etoupe, which look stunning up against nearly every material, hardware color, and style. And popular Hermes beige hues with ridiculously cozy names like Chai, Biscuit, and Toffee, not only provoke me to grab a cable knit scarf and visit the nearest coffee shop but are worth every penny.
So, are you ready to put it in neutral this season? Read on to learn more about some of the most sought-after Hermes beiges you can find at FASHIONPHILE. If you’re particular about your neutrals, this guide will prove to be a helpful reference for you now and hopefully again in the future!
Iconic Hermes Beige Colors
Hermes Chai – Hermes Chai is a warm beige with a little bit of space that was released for Fall Winter 2022. What’s not to love?
Hermes Nata – Hermes Nata is a creamy beige with warmer undertones.
Hermes Gold – Hermes Gold is a classic buttery brown and is one of the most in-demand colors. It looks particularly stunning up against shiny gold-plated hardware.
Hermes Etoupe – Hermes Etoupe is another classic Hermes neutral color that is closer to an ashy brown. Because of the cooler undertones and white stitching, Etoupe looks stunning up against palladium hardware. A close relative to Etoupe is Hermes Etain, a popular neutral gray, which happens to be one of the best-selling colors. Read more about Hermes Etain, here.
Herms Trench – When you hear Hermes Trench, think trench coat.
Hermes Craie – everyone goes crazy for Hermes Craie, being known as a light white beige possessing a name that translates to “chalk.”
Hermes Gris Tourterelle – Hermes Gris Tourterelle is a gray beige with cooler undertones.
Hermes Parchemin – Hermes Parchemin is a creamy beige similar to Hermes Nata but with pinker undertones. This Hermes beige has been around for a while.
Hermes Sesame – Hermes Sesame is a gorgeous neutral color lighter than Hermes Gold and slightly lighter than Caramel.
Hermes Poussiere – Hermes Poussiere translates to “dust” in French and is a color commonly seen on alligator skin. You may also stumble upon Poussiere on Hermes’ Toile canvas. The way Hermes Poussiere appears on each of these textiles is very distinct!
Hermes Argile – Hermes Argile translates to “clay” in French.
Hermes Biscuit – Hermes Biscuit is a gorgeous warm cookie beige that was released in 2008.
Hermes Cannelle – Hermes Cannelle is a rare neutral, so coming across this particular hue is quite special. Although Cannelle translates to “cinnamon” in French, this Hermes color almost reminds me of “cannoli” which, honestly, is close enough.
Hermes Taupe – Hermes Taupe is a neutral beige that features tonal stitching and has green and gray undertones.
Hermes Fauve – Hermes Fauve, which translates to “wildcat” in French, is often seen on Barenia leather and is darker than Gold and features the signature white topstitch.
Hermes Griolet – Hermes Griolet is a mauve neutral that you will often spot on a leather called Tadelakt.
Hermes Kraft – Hermes Kraft is a peanut-colored neutral that came out in 2013.
Hermes Naturelle – Hermes Naturelle is literally natural, so that means it is raw leather that will naturally darken over time. Depending on the leather type, Hermes Naturelle will darken differently.
Hermes Origan – Hermes Origan is similar to Etoupe but a bit darker.
Hermes Sable – Hermes Sable translates to “sand” in French, and this neutral came out in 2014.
Hermes Tabac Camel – Hermes Tabac Camel is a tawny-colored beige.
Hermes Toffee – Hermes Toffee is like coffee but with a touch of beige.
Hermes Etrusque – Hermes Etrusque is a gorgeous rich chocolate brown fudge color.
Hermes Ficelle – Hermes Ficelle is an older beige color often seen on exotic skins and is incredibly rare and beautiful.