17.6.14

How to wear red fearlessly this season

Like a little black dress. Ditch those boring browns and blacks this Summer and opt for something vibrant, timeless and classic. What better than ravishing red eh? It's the perfect colour to compliment a tan or flatter that pale, English rose skin. It can instantly make you look alive, glamorous and simply stunning. Pair with grey glossy stilettos and a soft grey bertie leather handbag and voila, your red carpet inspired look is sorted! Perfect if you've worked hard at achieving a new figure for the warmer months as the bold shade will help flaunt every curve.


How about a daring jumpsuit? Whether it's a backless, full sleeved, cowl neck or waist nipping one, it's the most full-on way to show your love for the colour. Perfect for the ladies who don't like showing a lot of skin through dresses and skirts. I personally love this option for girls with thigh problems as it will only make the curves look better. A drop dead diva look for cocktail parties, summer weddings and holidays abroad, pair it with a dark blue leather clutch and black strappy sandals.

With white and gold. A sleeveless sheer red blouse, paired with crisp white trousers and a crisp white blazer, paired with pastel peep toes or if you are tall, interesting brogues is a less girly way to flaunt the sexy colour this season. Be it for an office party or an evening event, adding in a little bit of red to the outfit will instantly add an interesting touch. Finish off the lock with delicate gold accessories and a claudia dark blue padded leather handbag. Office chic at it's best.

As a top coat. A khaki green parka is doing you no favours in the fashion department this Summer. It dulls your complexion and gives you a I'm-recycling-my-parka-from-2012 kind of look. Albeit not an on-trend colour for cover-up's, it's quite a classic colour to invest in if you're not a fan of pastels or neons dominating the fashion industry this season. Red looks great with black, white, navy or green outfits underneath and is the perfect way to add some life to muted neutrals that you're wearing underneath. 

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