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This was evident from the original Trunk Show post: #23,543Nobody should be applying chili welts or edges.
Everyone has been given very specific ordering directions and the appropriate corresponding welt for each possible choice. There is a technical term for each choice, meaning there is a welt color for a flat trans brown edge and a different one for a trans brown edge with a storm welt, so on and so forth. The welt color isn't open for customization, it automatically is assigned according to your welt/edge combination.
As was this, from the posted pictures.There were no buff samples. Only translucent. Buff is very blonde, much brighter than translucent brown. No chili welts.
Why waste a trunk show order on brown? Brown is cool and all, but you could buy a brown shell AE shoe 365 days a year in many different styles. How many opportunities do you have to order a green, chili, or shaved pair?No one has ordered anything in brown shell?
I almost ordered a brown shell Leeds with a flat welt and buff sole. Changed my mind though when I thought about a bourbon Strand.Why waste a trunk show order on brown? Brown is cool and all, but you could buy a brown shell AE shoe 365 days a year in many different styles. How many opportunities do you have to order a green, chili, or shaved pair?