Marsala is our New Favorite Color for fur coats

Once a year, the Pantone color of the year is announced… for 2015 that color is “Marsala” and we are loving this rich wine colored hue. It’s definitely more versatile than last year’s “Radiant Orchid” so we’ll be seeing it everywhere from interior design to the runways across the world!

This color in women’s coats will go from winter to spring easily depending on what you pair it with, so see below our inspirations for how to wear Marsala.

H Brand Chevron Rabbit Fur, image courtesy AlwaysJudging.com

H Brand Chevron Rabbit Fur, image courtesy AlwaysJudging.com

Our favorite street-style stars have always loved wine, it’s apparent in their social media feeds, but they have surely taken to the wine hue when styling their daily outfits. ┬áPaired with denim or cotton twill your fur coat will stand out as the star and leave onlookers wanting to know where you found the gorgeous real fur in such a vibrant color.

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Dolce & Gabbana coat, image courtesy of Pinterest

Romance and drama are always apparent when Dolce & Gabbana launch a new collection and this year’s ladies fur coats, including this one in Marsala, were no exception. A classic cut paired with ladylike shoes in a floral pattern speaks for the designers European roots.

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The “Astrakham” Fur Jacket by Marc Jacobs Resort 2015, image courtesy of coolspotters.com

Marsala is rich, elegant and sophisticated. Women’s coats and fur coats in this color are updated from the fur coat of year’s past when made in in the color Marsala. A classic women’s jacket like the one shown above by Marc Jacobs is fresher yet still grounded in the smooth wine color that is now our favorite!