Hazelnut, Cinnamon Stick or Carob Brown???

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  1. Hi All,

    I desperately need some help. I am going to purchase today either Hazelnut, Cinnamon Stick or Carob Brown Hillier. I am so torn on color. I wear mostly brighter colors in shades of purple, pink, blue & green. I typically only wear silver jewelry as well. I was thinking the Hazelnut would be great but have not seen any of these IRL.
    I heard the Carbo has some purple undertones but seems like it is a really dark brown but still looks beautiful. And well Cinnamon Stick looks beautiful as well but not sure how it looks with pinks and purples.

    So any advice would be greatly appreciated. I am ordering from Bloomies with a special 25% off and today is the deadline.

    Thanks in advance for your help!!!!
  2. My vote is for carob. I have a Hillier in Fudge (very dark brown) w/gold hw and wear it with all sorts of colors.
  3. I second carob color.
  4. I like the hazelnut because of the silver hardware :smile:
  5. So what did you get?;)
  6. I ended up getting the Hazelnut. I like the silver hardware and I think it is a great neutral. Can't wait to get it. Thanks for your help everyone.
  7. I wanted to suggest you Hazelnut :smile:
  8. I've seen the hazelnut irl and in my opinion, it's wonderful. The silver hardware looks great. It's darker than the mink, bone, cream, and all of those off-white colours which makes it more interesting in my opinion.
  9. Mink is by no mean an off-white color, even though it may seem so in some pictures, but I agree that the hazelnut is darker.
  10. How would you describe it? It's definitely much darker than what people usually consider off-white, but thats so vague. I don't know if I've ever seen mink irl.