It’s rich like the taste of a dark red wine on a cold night after a decadent meal. It’s earthy like the red earth dampened by the rains. It’s no wonder then that Marsala, Pantone’s colour of the year has been popping up boldly and wildly on all of the runways for Autumn/Winter.
It’s wonderfully eclectic, lending itself at once to the more exotic looks as well as the restrained classic looks. So be it with your make-up, your cardigan or your lehenga for the cousin’s wedding, here’s how you make it marsala, this season.
If you haven’t started experimenting with bold lip colour just yet, transition with a shade of marsala. It goes beautifully even with the more exotic skin tones.
It’s neutral without being boring. This rich tone can add a subtle drama and whole lot of style to any ensemble, with its brownish-red roots.
You don’t have to trade in your happy summer shades for something dull. Keep the drama alive with a marsala tinted glass or frame.
Marsala can be mixed and matched in the form of lighter coats, textured cardigans and printed scarves to create a look that’s totally on-point with the season.
Brides-to-be (and their friends) can wear this elegant colour with their lehengas, for a rich yet understated shade that’ll beautifully aid that dramatic entrance.