Okay so here it is . . . I am afraid I am not going to like the whiskey color when my whiskey Mandy arrives. I am nervous!!! Background story: When I first saw the legacy line in the catalogue last year, I took one look at the Ali and had to have it. I had/still have a rather substantial black bag and I thought the whiskey was really pretty in the catalogue and online. So I dreamed of getting the Ali in Whiskey. Then one day I saw it in person, and I LOVED the style even more, but didn't LOVE the color. I thought it was too orangy. So after a new months of visiting and saving for the bag, I purchased the Ali in black. I saw the whiskey a few more times, sometimes I would like them, others I didn't. Sometimes I would like one bag and not the one right next to it. Obviously this is because of the variance between the color of the whiskey bags. Then one day I saw the whiskey in the Scottsdale (on vacation) store and all of the bags were totally scratched up but yet they looked oh, so beautiful. But I thought I had made the right decision in the getting the black because obviously the whiskey ruined easily. After returning home, I was talking to an SA at home and she told me that was how the whiskey was suppose to be. It scratched easily for a more vintage feel. SOLD. Now I had to have it. Strange, yes I know. But I loved this idea. And none of the ones I saw in AZ were too orangy. After months of still wanting something Whiskey, I decided to get the Mandy in whiskey and the legacy wristlet at the PCE. I received my wristlet and it is the perfect color. (It is not too orangy, like some of the ones I had seen were). It is oh, so beautiful and I LOVE it. Now, I am just waiting for Mandy to arrive. But I am starting to freaking out. I am worried that the Mandy I receive will be the too-orangy-for-Laura's-liking ones. Sorry, I am just being a spaz and I just realized that I wrote about book. But I just need a little reassurance, since I bought one of the most expensive legacy bags in a color that in some variances is too orangy for me.