Fashions for Proms

Marvelous Marsala Dresses

We cannot deny that marsala has arrived!

At the 2015 Tony Awards, Debra Messing and Anna Chlumsky wore the Pantone color of the year, each looking fabulous and red carpet worthy! Once upon a time, this rich shade of purple was known as burgundy, plum or bordeaux, but choose your vintage this red wine color is fabulous. Get ready for the red carpet and get a marsala formal dress for your next special dance or reception.

Loving that Tony red carpet look? Then this V strap jersey gown could be a perfect dress for less option! Priced just over $100, the gentle gathers will sway on the dance floor, give you full movement when stepping out of the car and sparkle thanks to the diamond shaped brooch on the bodice.

A marsala floor length strapless dressis another budget friendly option, especially if you love chiffon. Tiny pleats originate at the center bodice, flaring to the satin waistband before flowing down the floor length skirt. This formal gown offers a trendy color in classic style.

Marsala lace over a nude jersey lining adds sexy sophistication to this sleek lace evening gown. Keeping up that dramatic style, a high side slit lets your thigh peek out. A back gore insert adds flare to the floor length dress.

Sherri Hill gives marsala a kick in this lace baby doll dress. Beaded appliqus cover the bodice and petite cap sleeves on this short formal dress. A wide satin ribbon defines your waist, made ever so tiny by that flared marsala tulle skirt. All of that sweetness goes dramatic when you come to the deep v back, perfect for showing off those toned shoulders!

Marsala is a rich color, feeding our sense of luxury and comfort. No wonder those Tony presenters chose this Pantone color of the year for their evening gowns.

Sherri Hill dress, marsala formal dress, 2015 Tony Awards