How To Work Pantone’s Colour Of The Year 2015: Marsala



Every year the Pantone Colour Institute picks one colour which they feel is going to make an impact in the coming months – they have been doing this since 2000.

As Pantone’s colour coding system is universally recognised it seems fit that they would chose a colour of the year. They don’t create new colours but just pick existing ones and so far have been doing a great job of it. They study and research many fields to decide upon a colour for each year: everything from technology, film, art and of course fashion is looked at.

Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2015 is Marsala. A deep wine colour with warm brown undertones.

It’s rich and earthy tones make it suitable for all skin colours, whether you slide it onto lips or wear it around your neck. It can stand alone as statement colour or be incorporated with shades such as navy, mustard, whites and many more, into your wardrobe for any season of the year.

To help you stay on trend and looking your finest we’ve complied a list of the best products available in stores now which use this colour. Happy shopping ladies!


Burberry Brackenhill Trench Coat  

pantones-colour-of-the-year-marsala Perfect for these winter nights but also to transition into the cooler days of spring.


Valentino Rockstud Heels



We didn’t think these Valentino heels could get any cooler, but they just did.

Zoya Nail Polish in Pepper                      Clarins Lipstick in Dark Cherry                                                                            


Update your makeup bag with these two beauties

Chiffon Dress at Topshop        


A cute and floaty number which you can wear day or night.

Saint Laurent Tote Bag 


Be the envy of all with this luxuriously gorgeous Saint Laurent Tote.

If you’d like to know more about Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2015 then click here.

We absolutely love this colour and hope you are as excited to shop it as we are!

Mahum Masood
Mahum Masood is a recent journalism graduate from City University – one of the highest ranked universities for journalism in the world. Born and bred in East London she loves discovering all the new places and pop ups that make the area so exciting. Currently interning at a graphic design agency in Shoreditch as their Communications Managers. She has previously worked for Made In Shoreditch, an online magazine, and continues to create content for them.She also writes for – a student blog that was originally started 3 years ago and then franchised by the American company HerCampus - a hugely popular online community for women at university across the globe. Her interests include reading till her eyes go fuzzy, collecting fashion magazines and spending most of her time in a cinema.

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