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Rejoice in red as Pantone has just announced that the color of 2015 is Marsala. The earthy, reddish-brown hue is already popping up in collections and there will be a lot more of the crimson tide splashing on the style scene the next few seasons.

The trendy tone spans the spectrum of wardrobe items. From bags and shoes to evening dresses and beyond, the deeper shade of red will be all over.

Louis Vuitton Dress

Photo: Louis Vuitton


Photo: Hermès

Monochromatic Marsala
Both Hermès (175 NE 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33137) and Louis Vuitton (170 NE 40 Street, Miami, Florida 33137) sent dresses down their Spring 2015 runways showcasing the sophisticated shade, perfect for the upcoming holidays and gala season. Burberry’s (Burberry, 112 NE 39th Street, Miami, Florida 33137) Floor-Length Embroidered Lace Dress is a deep red with an intricately embroidered floral motif and a sexy, yet subtle slit up the leg.


Photo: Maison Martin Margiela's leather jacket


Photo: Prada’s oversized baroque round sunglasses

Christian Louboutin

Photo: Christian Louboutin Air Loubi’s

Marsala Mix Up
Like a fine blended wine, mixing up Marsala with other complimentary colors is the perfect way to incorporate the pigment in smaller doses. A LANVIN Dress (150 NE 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33137) with red fringe gives a hint of the red hue as does throwing on Maison Martin Margiela’s Leather Jacket (3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101, Miami, Florida 33137). Incorporating the color via accessories also works well as the hue is a surprisingly neutral color.  Prada’s (180 NE 40th Street Miami, Florida 33137) Tote Handbag or Hermès’ classic shoulder bag, look extra luxe in the shade. Speaking of shade, Prada’s oversized Baroque Round Sunglasses have a vintage feel and the sanguine tint is divine. For your feet, Christian Louboutin Air Loubi’s  (155 NE 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33137) flexible sole makes the ballerina flat feel more like a slipper. Bottom’s up to that.