It's All About Marsala!

Getting married, redecorating or simply looking for a new colour to add to your wardrobe? Marsala is the way to go for 2015. The color gets its name from an Italian wine produced in Marsala, a city in Sicily. A red wine colour with an undertone of brown dramatic yet warm and grounded. Derive sophisticated natural earthiness from its rich red brown roots. Its many shades you will find flattering to most skin tones.

Bride’s maids dresses can be accented with an array of colours. Pair a soft shade of dress with a bouquet of off white, blush, and peach roses which will take you back to the days of “the great Gatsby”. For a modern and fun twist, choose hot pink roses, bright oranges gerberas and lime green orchids with a deep Marsala dresses. Burlap rose gold and pearl accents will polish off the look and bring everything together in harmony.

Not too adventurous, add the colour into your venue, home or wardrobe through accessories. A runner, napkins, candles, dinner wear, throw pillows, scarf, hand bag or even an umbrella!

Glacier Gray

This neutral color is a perfect partner to almost every other shade.

Tangarine

This bright color is sunny and brings a smile to your face.

Scuba Blue

This eye catching colour bring energy and excitement.

Toasted Almond

Earthy and all natural, this neutral colour provides balance.

Classic Blue

Timeless beauty is reflected through this vibrant colour.

Custard

This mellow colour remains subtle and relaxed while adding warmth.

Strawberry Ice

This colour is like a charming dessert that speaks of youth and renewal.

Aquamarine

With a soothing feel, this colour reminds of both the sky and the sea.

Lucite Green

This blue/green shade is both fresh and nostalgic.

Margarita Benyammine

Web Assistant at Pixeletta Consultations
One of my first part-time jobs was at a Flower Shop – I have a passion for web design, SEO and fabulous floral arrangements.

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