pantone color of the year
It's the first time Pantone has chosen the blending of two shades instead of one (past choices include Marsala, Radiant Orchid and Emerald). According to the company, by breaking from tradition, it hopes to "transcend cultural and gender norms."
You may know them better by their nicknames, pink and blue.
Let Marsala shine by pairing it with jewel tones, blushes, camels and navys. Keeping in mind that the color looks best in rich textures or fabrics like suede, knits and leathers, try using Marsala as your base color and pair other rich fabrics with it, like silks and chiffons.
Wondering how to incorporate Marsala into your life? Read on for my tips from my latest NBC style segment on the Kerri lee Mayland show for all the ways Marsala can translate easily into your wardrobe, beauty, home furnishings and interiors.
Pantone's surveyed the design, entertainment and tech fields to predict this year's "it" shade -- and it instantly warms
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The color experts at Pantone have narrowed down their top 16 colors for 2015 and named Marsala -- a "naturally robust and earthy wine red"-- the color of the year for 2015.
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