"I usually combine at least two to three colors in the things that I create. This gives me the opportunity to offer a different feeling with each color combination, even in the same piece. Combine colors which may not necessarily match but seem to blend together well and create a harmonious look. As far as color combos go, it's along the lines of nature again."
"I am so excited to be using the winter colors. As the weather gets colder, the layering combinations and clothing proportions seem to give me the opportunity to express myself more. For me, fall and winter are the time to dress-up and layer, explore with color and make a statement." ~ML Marsh
- Flemish Blue - "This is a deep, rich jewel-tone teal/blue, with teal always giving that hint of green to a blue color."
- Cranberry - "This color works year-round. It's a warm deep red with undertones of blue, almost verging on blood red. Whatever I put this color in sells out immediately, as it is a red very flattering on all skin and hair colors."
- Embers - "I would call this a true deep grey. It has a warm feeling of brown and orange undertones and combines well with any of the other colors."
- Burnt Umber - "A true fall color. Not overwhelmingly yellow or hyper orange, it is a mellow orange, embodying the essence of fall leaves. This color could work with any color type."
- Martini - "True to its name, this color exemplifies that olive floating around in your martini! It is surprisingly attractive to the eye and seems to work effortlessly to attract all types and skin tones. It is a cool yellow/green, because of the blue undertones."
- Espresso - "An exciting deep brown, it is a balanced color, resembling a roasted coffee bean."
- Natural - "This color is unadulterated by any dyes; it is simply the natural color of the goods. Because it is off-white, it works well in fall and also the rest of the year."
- Stripes - "Because the stripes are available in the same colors as the fall fabric collection, it is easy to use them to accent a piece with a binding, a belt, or a separate garment like an undershirt or over shirt. I don't see any of these stripes as gender-specific, which is why I picked these colors! The charcoal is wonderful because it is softer than black, which gives the punch of a stripe without the severity; it gives a softer contrast. It gives you a warmer feeling as you look at the piece, and that's what fall and winter are all about, getting warm and cozy."