In search of something unique and creative? I recommend starting with colors. In today’s post, I want to share with you my favorite ways how to wear marsala color this year. This hue gives off an exquisite sophistication to its wearer. Personally, I love the uniqueness of its red-brown richness that flatters most of ladies skin tones. Red wine inspired look is creative, extremely sophisticated and ideally fits most of your clothing styles. I am pretty sure this color will express your luxurious and glamorous style. If you are looking for possible street style ways on how to pull this shade off, then you are more than welcome to look through this compilation and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
If you want to know why this hue is called Marsala, then you should know it’s named after the fortified wine that was produced in the Italian city of the same name. I love this color for its natural earthiness. The hue is warm, down-to-earth and versatile. If you are a beginner for wearing this color, then you can start with marsala colored accessories, like sunglasses, shoes, hats, handbags, and tights. For instance, you can wear a bright blue tweed coat and mustard dress that can be complemented by marsala color tights, handbag, and hat. Believe me, these small accents will express your individuality. There are lots of great combos you can try this year. You can find marsala paired with dusky grey and cobalt blue, as well as vibrant hues like yellow and bright green. Well, you can always go fully red wine colored by rocking strapless ball gown or lace embroidered cocktail dress. As you have already noticed, marsala can be a perfect color to vamp up your evening and formal events. This color will highlight your dramatic look. Well, this rich hue can be also seen in casual dresses, peplum office appropriate tops and duffle-coats. Still, I find this hue very elegant and sophisticated. If you wondering what bottoms or tops will suit marsala color, then don’t forget about grey, blue, nude, black, white, cobalt, teal shades. For instance, you can try on cropped long-sleeve burgundy sweater and pair it with black high-waisted flared skirt and black knitted tights tucked in ankle-boots, or choose a burgundy cable-knit sweater and pair it with a brown skirt and beige-grey ankle-boots. Personally, I love to see ladies who combine marsala tops with emerald green skirts. By the way, marsala looks fancy and chic paired with shiny and bright jewel tones, including purple amethyst, ruby red, emerald green, sapphire blue, etc.