If you missed the oxblood boat in 2013, here's your chance to patch up your burgundy-toned woes. Marsala, a dustier, more muted version of the color was dubbed the hue of 2015 by Pantone in December and it hasn't stopped popping up since. It's a versatile color that has a neutral feeling to it instead of a statement one that's easy to work into your wardrobe and your home decor. Since it's an easy color to wear, you can get a little more splurgey on the more special pieces. If you feel like you have enough black totes, maybe it's time to move over to one in marsala. It matches with basically everything and will add interest to a simpler outfit. The color has a richness that will never get old or tired, so whether you're buying it in basics or splurging on luxuries, invest in marsala now and wear it forever.