These days everybody is talking about the shades of grey and the reason for this is of course the long expected premiere of the movie 50 Shades Of Grey which happened the day before Valentine’s Day. But according to the Pantone Color Institute the shade that will be the signature shade of this year is Marsala. This subtly seductive shade for sure should be part of your wardrobe this year. And because of that, today, we have made a photo collection of several Stylish Ways To Wear Marsala, which you should definitely copy.
Marsala is a rich shade, much like the fortified wine. It can be pretty wearable, so you won’t find it difficult to combine it. The shades that go well with it are cobalt blue, grey, teal, beige, black and white. You can choose to wear it at minimum level or if you feel bold enough you can even go with a head-to-toe marsala outfit. This rich shade will work perfectly for your office outfit combos, but also it can work good for your night out combinations. Scroll down to see the polyvore combinations that we have chosen for you today and get inspired from them to wear the Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015.
One way to wear this signature shade is by wearing some marsala pants. Combine them with a white shirt and some brown pair of heels or boots.
And for those of you who don’t feel like wearing too much of this color, the next polyvore combo can be a good alternative. Go for a black outfit combo and spice it up with some marsala purse and hat.
And the ones who are in love with this color, should get a nice marsala jacket, coat or other type of outerwear. And of course this can mean combining it with some shoes and purse in the same shade.
The last polyvore combination on our list for today is for those of you who love the head-to-toe trend and which should not hesitate to dress yourself with this rich shade. We hope that you liked all of the stylish combinations that we have chosen for you today and that you will try to copy them. And don’t forget to stay up to date with us for other inspiring outfit combinations.