Marsala Bridesmaid Dress
Marsala has been named the color of the year for 2015, which means it will find its way into many wedding color palettes. Here’s one way to style it with blush and mauve to make it a modern look for your bridesmaids!
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Gown:Megan long dress in silk chiffon by J.Crew in Cabernet // Earrings: Stone Drop Earrings by Carolee at Bloomingdale’s // Bracelet: Crystal Garland Bracelet from BaubleBar //Invitations: After Sunset Wedding Invitations in Burgundy from Minted //Heels: ‘Stecy’ Sandal from Steve Madden at Nordstrom //Bouquet: Bouquet Image from Style Me Pretty Photography by Purple Tree Wedding Photography / *Product links are to affiliate sponsors
Cabernet Colored Dress
I’m finally back from an extended break over the holidays and getting excited to meet the new brides-to-be and grooms-to-be who joined our ranks over the engagement season! As a result, it’s time to start looking at the styles that will shape this year’s weddings and beyond! As you may have heard, the color Marsala was named the color of the year by Pantone. Therefore, if past years are any indication, this means wedding fashion and decor will certainly be influenced by this shade.
Marsala Wine Bridesmaid Dresses
Marsala is a reddish brown wine color, with a little more brown than blue or purple which subtly differentiates it from the range of Burgundy. Because of the brown, I like to play up the pinky tones of this shade. In this outfit idea, I’ve paired it with a blush mauve. I have to admit, seeing this color combination in those earrings inspired the look, and I’m happy with the results! Pair this with rose gold, blush, mauve, and neutral taupes for a a romantic look for fall and winter weddings.
Shop the Look: Marsala and Burgundy Bridesmaid Dresses
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