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What color is T'moro brown please? Newbie here :)

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Thanks! I can't figure out what color brown this is in Dooney language!

Thanks all! :)

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faeriemoon21276800221.8676583 PostsRegistered 1/7/2009

Dark brown. Usually refers to their trim color but sometimes they have a whole bag in the T Moro color.

"I'm not crazy; my mother had me tested." ~ Sheldon Cooper ~

my-2-cents1276800259.763742 PostsRegistered 9/25/2006

I'd call it dark, dark brown - looks almost black in some light. It goes with everything!

...and that's my two cents.

manicshopp­er1276800532.4672825 PostsRegistered 10/21/2009Never Never Land

here for that color

When you get to the new page - change the color of the bag to the T moro color.

"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent"

- Eleanor Roosevelt

lavenderju­nkie1276809892.92712956 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

The problem is that Q often uses different names than Dooney. But the T'moro brown is a deep, dark espresso brown...a very dark brown, no red or grey undertones. It's a beautiful color, very rich. It works well with black or brown clothing/accessories. I asked in the Dooney store what T'moro meant....and no one could tell me.

faeriemoon21276826293.876583 PostsRegistered 1/7/2009
On 6/17/2010 lavenderjunkie said:

The problem is that Q often uses different names than Dooney. But the T'moro brown is a deep, dark espresso brown...a very dark brown, no red or grey undertones. It's a beautiful color, very rich. It works well with black or brown clothing/accessories. I asked in the Dooney store what T'moro meant....and no one could tell me.

T-moro is short for "testa di moro"; Italian for "head of the Moor." It refers to the dark brown hair coloring of the Moors.

"I'm not crazy; my mother had me tested." ~ Sheldon Cooper ~

manicshopp­er1276836124.0572825 PostsRegistered 10/21/2009Never Never Land
On 6/17/2010 faeriemoon2 said:
On 6/17/2010 lavenderjunkie said:

The problem is that Q often uses different names than Dooney. But the T'moro brown is a deep, dark espresso brown...a very dark brown, no red or grey undertones. It's a beautiful color, very rich. It works well with black or brown clothing/accessories. I asked in the Dooney store what T'moro meant....and no one could tell me.

T-moro is short for "testa di moro"; Italian for "head of the Moor." It refers to the dark brown hair coloring of the Moors.

Oh very cool! Thanks for the translation

"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent"

- Eleanor Roosevelt

lavenderju­nkie1276883349.75712956 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

thanks faeriemoon.

shop-queen1277216557.87322996 PostsRegistered 6/20/2008NJ
On 6/17/2010 lavenderjunkie said:

The problem is that Q often uses different names than Dooney. But the T'moro brown is a deep, dark espresso brown...a very dark brown, no red or grey undertones. It's a beautiful color, very rich. It works well with black or brown clothing/accessories. I asked in the Dooney store what T'moro meant....and no one could tell me.

ITA! it's unlike any dark brown you have ever seen. It's my favorite color.{#emotions_dlg.wub}

I have quite a few bags in the t'brn color.....it's stunning!{#emotions_dlg.wub}

It looks amazing with blk, ivory, cranberry, white, orange, denim, khaki, beige & red.

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