Clay and Gardenia???

  1. So... anyone know for sure - what colors are clay and gardenia???

    It looks like from the pics that clay is a dark brown (shown on the new legacy shoulder page) Am I reading that correctly??

  2. I would think clay would be reddish brown and gardenia would be green
  3. I think that the Clay is reddish brown. I called 1-800 Coach and they said that the Gardenia is a white. I am not sure. I guess we will all figure this out when we finally get the new Catalog. I can't wait until next week.
  4. I think gardenia is white too. We had gardenias in our garden and the flower is white.
  5. i was hoping for a pinkish hue
  6. The pinkish hue will be the raisin color which will probably not be offered until October or November. They can't really get into those colors until Fall is in full swing.
  7. I was given a new catalog today.

    The Gardenia is in fact, white.

    The Clay and Whiskey are shown in the same picture and bag, so I'm not sure which is which. One is what I would call a terra-cotta flower pot sort of color, and the other is a browner brown. Maybe someone who is familiar with Whiskey can say which it is?

    Hope this helps...
  8. Well, I just ordered the new shoulder in Clay, so I guess we'll see what it is when it gets here!!
  9. I can't wait to see pictures of your bag when you receive it. I think we are all looking forward to the jewel tones and the rich fall colors. I know I certainly am.
  10. ferret - Whiskey would be the terra cotta colored one. Here's a pic of my whiskey shoulder bag . . .
    whiskey shoulder bag.JPG
  11. I can't wait to see these bags IRL. Will they be in the Coach stores next week?? I really wanted a Whiskey bag and i waited and waited and never bought one. So, now I'm definitely getting one in the Fall Legacy collection!!! The color is so beautiful. But i do want to see what the clay color looks like!!!
  12. Clay is definitely a brown brown, no hint of red like the whiskey has.
  13. Thanks!
    I guess that leaves the browner brown as the Clay.