Pantone got it right for 2015! MARSALA is, without a doubt, the most wearable Color of the Year in a while. It’s a classic with a modern twist, a fun take on a neutral. There are so many interesting interpretations of this new neutral, from light to dark, subtle to shimmery, budget-friendly to luxurious. Check out our twelve favorites, below!

Nails Inc. – Kensington High Street: The gel formulation of this marsala polish by Nails Inc. ensure a long-lasting, chip-free manicure. It comes with an extra-wide brush that makes application a breeze.

Christian Louboutin – Sevillana: The most luxurious take on marsala! Louboutin’s deep burgundy polish gives off an opaque, glossy shine with just one coat.

Deborah Lippmann – Modern Love: Deborah Lippmann’s version is an extremely light and neutral take on marsala. With a hint of mauve, it’s great for anyone who prefers very subtle polish, but wants to give the new ‘Color of the Year’ a try.

Formula X – Impeccable: Sephora’s in-house polish line, Formula X, is completely underrated. The fantastic line features this beautiful take on marsala. A neutral, gorgeous cocoa that will flatter virtually everyone.

butter LONDON – Shag: This color is so fun! butter LONDON gives marsala a glittery touch with Shag. This highly pigmented formula is metallic meets neutral – love it.

OPI – OPI Scores a Goal!: OPI’s take on marsala is a beautiful, muted netural. Veering more towards the earth brown side, this is a gorgeous winter color.

Tom Ford – Bordeaux Lust: This super-glossy lacquer by the one and only Tom Ford is sure to make a statement. A bold interpretation of marsala, it’s definitely an attention grabber.

Revlon – Teak Rose: Love Revlon? Their marsala is a gorgeous, natural shade. For a drugstore brand, Revlon’s nail polishes are unbeatable. Definitely add this to your marsala collection.

Zoya – Liz: There’s something that’s so beautifully unique about Zoya’s marsala to me. Described on their site as ‘a muted, red-toned dark mauve’, there’s no color quite like this out there.

Tenoverten – Mulberry: This dusty rose hue is my introduction to Tenoverten, and it’s definitely left a lasting impression. A beautiful neutral, this is a subtle marsala with a twist.

Essie – In Stitches: It should come as no surprise that Essie’s version of marsala is completely one-of-a-kind. A stunning, reddish mauve, this color is extremely wearable.

Sally Hansen – Wine Stock: Sally Hansen’s revolutionary, affordable gel polish line is fantastic. Wine Stock, their marsala, is a rich and creamy burgundy that will last and last.

Are you loving 2015’s Color of the Year? Tell us in the comments, and log onto PAMPADOUR to discuss marsala with other beauty lovers!