Marsala? Not just a chicken dish. The warm and deep shade is the trendiest color for 2015 in everything from beauty products to workout clothes!
Pantone Color of the Year
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From beauty products to workout clothes, we'll take them all in #18-1438, please! That's Pantone-speak for Marsala, the newly minted color of the year for 2015. Each year, executives at the Pantone, the global authority on color, choose the hue that will dominate products and inspire trends. On the slides ahead, check out fun picks in the new 'it' shade! (Plus, see How Pantone Comes Up With the Color of the Year.)
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A statement bag in the color of the year will upgrade any outfit. Liebeskind's buttery soft leather will wear well into 2015 and looks just as good against a pair of black jeans as it does stashing a water bottle and KIND bar on the way to the gym ($208; bloomingdales.com). Ever wonder What Your Gym Bag Says About You?
Photo: Liebeskind Berlin
Marsala Wine Finishing Sauce
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Add a sweet and tangy touch to chicken or beef dishes with a dash of Marsala finishing sauce ($17-30; williams-sonoma.com). Made using fortified wine produced on Sicily's west coast, this Williams-Sonoma pick is the ultimate way to celebrate the color of the year.
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Keurig's latest machine brews with single-cups of coffee and and 4-cup pots using a unique technology that reads the seals on Keurig cups to determine the size it should brew. Black blends in on your kitchen counter, sure, but we prefer to stand out with this foodie-friendly marsala hue (from $150; keurig.com). Check out these 11 Coffee Stats You Never Knew.
Zara Ethnic Pattern Long Skirt
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Zara's ethnic printed skirt lets you add just a pop of marsala to your wardrobe. Subtle stripes mixed with red, black, and cream make this a year-round, go-to piece. ($80; zara.com)
Stella McCartney for Adidas Leotard
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Stay cool, dry, and totally covered in any yoga pose with this all-in-one piece from Stella McCartney for Adidas ($105; stellamccartney.com). Climalite fabric draws moisture away from the body, while perforations along the bodysuit let cool air in.
Photo: Stella McCartney for Adidas
Youngblood's Gel Liner
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The Incredible Wear Gel Liner in "Sienna" from Youngblood is the perfect way to try out the Marsala trend without fully committing. The water-resistant, smudge-proof, and hypo-allergenic liner gives flawless coverage every time ($21; ybskin.com). Plus, don't miss our 10 Pro Eyeliner Tricks to Upgrade Your Look.
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