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post #11026 of 22210

very good looking

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Go read the last few hundred posts in the LS thread. tongue.gif

Don´t have the time, i had 650 unread posts. It´s in the middle of the winter olympics SF is low priority biggrin.gif
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Don´t have the time, i had 650 unread posts. It´s in the middle of the winter olympics SF is low priority biggrin.gif

lolz. its a custom amex black LS edition CC in my name, made by reddevil. smile.gif
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lolz. its a custom amex black LS edition CC in my name, made by reddevil. smile.gif

 

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post #11030 of 22210

x-post from rock your socks. vintage cherry.

post #11031 of 22210
Vintage cherry seems to vary in images, from brighter cherry, to a less saturated cognac red. The one example I have seen in person looked more subtle than the highly saturated red pics I often see online. I don't mind the saturated pics, mind you. It would just be nice to know how saturated I can expect my St. James to be smile.gif
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x-post from rock your socks. vintage cherry.

Bold look with jeans, that spezz I keep hearing about wink.gif
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Vintage cherry seems to vary in images, from brighter cherry, to a less saturated cognac red. The one example I have seen in person looked more subtle than the highly saturated red pics I often see online. I don't mind the saturated pics, mind you. It would just be nice to know how saturated I can expect my St. James to be smile.gif

 

My experience with vintage cherry has been very similar.

 

I originally bought these shoes in an 11 and the cherry was a much much lighter red. I returned them for an 11.5 and the color was greatly different...these are a much darker red.

 

I will see if I have pics of both of them tonight to compare the color differences.

 

 

Also...I happen to like these shoes alot with jeans...bold is good if you can pull it off ;)

post #11035 of 22210

I posted the pics below of the identical models to note the color variation. The one is much lighter than the other.

 

 

Vintage Cherry, size 11.5E

 

My original vintage cherry in size 11E, which I returned for the above in 11.5E

post #11036 of 22210
Noticeable difference, I would prefer the darker variation.
post #11037 of 22210
Both look luverly, spiffing. But are either really cherry? That'll be a monitor thing I know. Just saying....
post #11038 of 22210

The lighter version was almost on the border of being a chestnut...this shoe did however have some very beautiful dark red burnishing on the toe.

 

However, I too prefer the darker color. Its a true unmistakable cherry red.

 

They look even more dark red in person...I think the camera gives it a kind of brown quality that is not real.

post #11039 of 22210
Probably the indoor lights giving it that yellow tint...
post #11040 of 22210
another vote for the darker version.
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