Marsala was chosen by Pantone as Color of the Year for 2015. "Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability," said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. Marsala is a rich and robust, reddish-brown color, that is seductive, warm, and earthy. Designers used this wine colored hue all over the runways for their Fall/Winter 2015 Collections. Marsala is a very versatile shade that works well with both men and women, and has proven to be an absolute must-have color for the Fall/Winter season. Shades of Marsala, oxblood, maroon, wine, and burgundy, are go to colors with accessories of shoes, boots, handbags, sunglasses, as well as beauty products. Marsala incorporates warmth, richness, and sophistication, and there are several ways to bring this versatile color to your fall/winter wardrobe, accessories, and beauty products. I've got a few examples to help rock this seductive shade for Fall. The David Meister Short-Sleeve Sequined Sheath Dress is a perfect cocktail dress for a holiday party, with a bateau neckline, sheath silhouette and gorgeous sequined leaf details, in a Marsala hue. Accessories are another fabulous way to wear this rich Marsala color with a pair of Valentino Garavani 'Rockstud' Pumps in Burgundy, and a pair of Tom Ford River Dual-Rimmed Sunglasses, Burgundy/Black. Finish off your look with this go-to color for beauty, with Tom Ford Black Dahlia Matte Lipcolor or Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in Bordeaux Lust. Check out more Marsala, the Pantone Color of the Year below, in fashion, accessories, and beauty products. Just click on the image, or the description below, for more information. For more information on Marsala-Pantone Color of the Year 2015, visit Pantone.
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