The Right way to wear RED

Posted on 23/09/2016 By

Are you the one to get scared to wear the colour red or bold enough to splurge on it all the time? Either ways, what’s important is for you to know, just how to make it look right, neither too tad nor over the top, just enough to make it look, cool, casual, hot or sexy!

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Cool: Red is a bold colour. Let’s agree, the only way to make it look cool is to wear just a hint of something in red, like a watch, a band or a bracelet. Guys can go in for a red rubber strap watch or braided bracelet, while the girls try wearing a chunky piece of jewellery in red that outshines everything else. And sometimes, just a red lipper steals the show.


The Right way to wear RED - Global Fashion Street

Casual– Red looks very pretty when worn casually. A red top or pullover on a pair of blue jeans teamed with canvas shoes in red, looks really smart. For the bolder few, a red jeans combined with tops in neutral shades of white or beige can also look promising.

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Formal – There’s little chance of playing the red formally, apart from the sure shot bow-tie or a pocket scarf for men. For ladies, it has a lot of play. A formal red pencil skirt with white shirt or a red shirt combined with black trousers makes for sure shot head turner. Sometimes just a pair of smart red formal shoes also doe the trick!

The Right way to wear RED - Global Fashion Street

Hot: Nothing better than a short red dress with shiny red stilettos for women, or a stark red saree with halter neck blouse. For men, the idea is definitely daring. A formal red suit like the latest Cavalli for men, looks ravishing but to tone it down a bit, go for a .

Festive: Red is the colour for festivities, especially this part of the world. Be it a marriage ceremony or any other function, wearing red marks you exclusive!

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Creativeaholic to the core. Sculptor, Writer, Art Curator & Filmmaker, who has been creating for the last 20 years.A traveler in Mind, dreamer in life and a scrapbooker in the times of internet with a potential to enjoy sunshine at 45°

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