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These would look best with a dress in a rich, solid color like burgundy or primary blue.
One of the best ways to experience seasonal foliage is by visiting our national parks; there's the [deep burgundy dogwoods] of Shenandoah National Park, or the golden transformation of Glacier National Park.
In his second-floor master bedroom, a dark wood bed set is a find from Two Dudes Furniture while his bedspread – a mix of browns, burgundies and golds – is another Annie’s Attic find.
And treat yourself to a nice bottle, say a relatively affordable Syrah from René Rostaing or a funky white burgundy, Vincent Dancer's Chassagne-Montrachet.
Men’s wear was a colorful and fun mix of statement jackets (a burgundy jacquard tux blazer with jet black beaded lapels; a black blazer with Western yoke detail) worn over jeans.
Grace Bol generally opts for red or burgundy lipstick.
By contrast, the All Terrain Ultra Boost—debuting in a perfectly autumnal burgundy hue—includes a water-repellent Primeknit upper.
The wedding colors included navy with hints of burgundy and soft yellow.
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Origin and Etymology of burgundy
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
Definition of Burgundy
Burgundianplay \(ˌ)bər-ˈgən-dē-ən\ adjective or noun
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