If pink is the color for girls, then red is the one for women. As I mentioned in my previous post about the three trendy red dresses, the color red carries countless positive connotation especially in Asian countries. But it is widely loved for many more reasons:It can be easily noticed, that’s why all the stop signs are red; It can instantly life up our mood, that’s why the “red carpet” is red; It’s timeless and elegant, that’s why Christian Louboutin shoes are red-soled; Moreover, it’s dynamic, that’s why I want to post this entry focusing on it.
As you can see from today’s featured looks above, red dresses can be styled many different ways to achieve a wide variety of styles: With floral print and laid-back silhouette, paired with comfy flats and country style leather goods, red dress can be rustic and relaxed; With flowy material and asymmetrical hemline, paired with ladylike heels and accessories, red dress can be romantic and bohemian; With sleek cut and minimum details, paired with fine jewelry and elegant pumps, red dress can be classic and sophisticated.
Below are my picks inspired by Keira Knightley,Abbie Saunders, Clemence Poesy and Freida Pinto’s romantic, classic or retro looks. Hope can give you some inspiration! My suggestion? Rely on accessories to convey the style you want to achieve, and don’t forget to have a great attitude–it’s the best accessories!
Dress: French Connection (similar here)
Shoes: Sam Edelman (or here)
Bag: Latico (great style here)
Necklace: Cath Kidston
Shoes: The Highest Heel
Belt: Jean Shop
Dress: ISSA (adore this one by CK )
Shoes: Yves Saint Laurent (great buy under $75 here)
Clutch: Valentino (featured on Jennifer Aniston here, similar here)
Dress: Alice + Olivia (30% off, similar under $20 here)
Shoes: Roger Vivier (great buy here)
Watch: Cartier (similar here, 60% off)
Which style is your favorite and how will you style your red dress?