The people at Pantone proclaimed radiant orchid the color of 2014. Described by Pantone as “a captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones.”But for 2015, it’s all about Marsala, an earthly wine red. This shade goes well with neutrals, like taupes and grays. It also combines with burnished undertones, amber, golden yellows, greens, turquoise, and teal. You can put it with blues to create a dramatic look too. While you’ll probably see tons of pieces in this shade over the next few months, you can start shopping some statement pieces now to get used to it.
Check out some of the pieces of Marsala you can get now.