Here's a picture of my new Twiggy: It's an authentic bag, purchased from a resale boutique in Manhattan. The leather is amazing - but, it really does NOT look like this picture. This is the picture the seller took, but in real life, the bag is more pale and anemic looking. It is in superior condition - but it doesn't look like I expected nor does it look like Zacorey's yummy 05 caramel looks in her pictures. It's way more like sandstone than I would have thought possible. I have an 06 Caramel (S/S) first whose color I love much more, even though the leather isn't, perhaps, as nice. What do I do? Should I send it back? I wanted a yummy Caramel Twiggy so bad and now I don't even feel like I can trust 05 leather/Balenciagas from the past - I'm thinking I'll never buy an older one again, no matter how smooshy the leather (and it is AMAZING leather). I'm putting conditioner on part of the mirror to see if anything will revive - but the color just looks tired and bleh. In fact, if bags are going to look this way after just 2 years, I'm very disappointed. I will try and post a picture that shows more how she looks at my house (it's definitely the same bag - it's that old problem of the bags looking so different in photos), but I'm afraid the new pictures will still make her look richer in color than she really is. Any words that can make me feel better?