New to Purse Blog: Which Colour Scheme's Better?

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  1. Hi, I just became a member of purse blog - what a great idea for bag lovers!

    I really like the Coach Signature Gallery Tote, but I can't seem to decide on which colour scheme is better:

    the brass/khaki/camel:

    or the brass/khaki/dark brown:

    I'll be using this tote for work, and want something that's relatively versatile that will match most colours and work for all four seasons, but not plain black. Also, my bf is getting this for me for Christmas, so i really want something that I will use a lot to show my appreciation.

    Any help would be great.....thks :amuse:
  2. I like the first :biggrin: Looks like it could transition better, especially since spring is coming up.
  3. i second noriko's opinion :smile:
  4. I third! :smile:
  5. I'm the quartet!
  6. I agree! I own last seasons brown and love it even still use it but the silver is great and with the holidays comming up you will enjoy it more.
  7. Sounds like majority rules! :smile:
  8. Yep me too! The first one just draws me in more!

    Welcome to the forum! Let me know if I can be of any help!!
  9. I actually like the 2nd one. It's darker color so maybe it looks more professional and go well with a casual suit.
  10. i agree with irissy; i think the dark brown leather/suede matches the brown of the c's in the print better. both are quite cute though! :love:
  11. Thanks for all your input! I agree that the first one (the antique-y gold) will probably transition better through the seasons. I'm huge on wearing white even after Labor day, so i think it'll probably still go with a lot of stuff I wear when it gets cold. Although, it is true that the second one (bronze-y) will probably work a little better with dark suits.

    I must say, I think I'm leaning a bit more towards the lighter coloured one. :love:
  12. Just a word of caution that the white might be able to start changing color... Especially on the handle...
  13. The 2nd one for work conditions helps by not showing as much dirt... or am I too too practical? lol
  14. Agreed that the first is prettier but it will undoubtedly dirty faster. Your call but as far as aesthetics, #1.