The designers have definitely been colouring the runways a striking shade of red. The colour that denotes lust, love and glamour just got a whole lot fashionable and it’s time to push aside the LBD to make space for the red dress. Luckily, the red colour goes very well with the Indian skin tone, after all it is the bridal colour of choice.
Whether you are 24 or 50, red doesn’t discriminate adding instant oomph to your look and sometimes even knocking a few years of your age by lending a youthful glow.
We tell you how to work this colour trend irrespective of the number of candles on your birthday cake.
Go bold with this trend – opt for short dresses and mix with other trends such as lace and ruffles. Accentuate with gold accessories and fearless girls can even tempt the fashion police by opting for red heels. Team the Little Red Dress with red lips for old Hollywood glamour or leave your hair open for a grungy look.
The thirties are the new twenties and there is no reason why you should hide in dull colours. Make heads turn with a strapless number, team it with a statement necklace, glitzy clutch and a classy watch for sophisticated chic.
Well, you just don’t need to dress yourself in those dull light colours, While think out of the box when it comes to your Little Red Dress. A pencil dress that doesn’t tug on unflattering bits can do wonders to your figure, opt one with a flattering neckline to show off your collarbone, team it with a simple necklace for a polished look.
Red is no longer reserved for the only the young girls, go all blazing with this fiery colour. Think classy with longer hemlines and sophisticated fluid silhouettes, such as drapes. Dress up a shift dress with a bib necklace for a night out in town while sticking to nude coloured clutch and heels.