Stop wine-ing, Marsala is the new black…

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DISCLAIMER: PHOTOS ARE NOT THE PROPERTY OF LADY GRINNING SOUL

DISCLAIMER: PHOTOS ARE NOT THE PROPERTY OF LADY GRINNING SOUL

Pantone’s bringing sexy back in 2015… That’s right folks it’s out with Radiant Orchid and in with Marsala!
From fashion & beauty to interior decor the vino inspired hue is back in a big way and is a surprisingly flattering shade for most humans and furnishings alike.

If your New Years resolution is to cut back on the red, try infusing it into a different kind of palette. It’s not cheating, I promise πŸ˜‰
 

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