Red is a colour of confidence. It’s a shade that oozes luxury and is a great colour to experiment with. If you know how to wear red right, it will undoubtedly make you stand out.
To make sure you look fantastic in red, try styling it with neutral colours; or if you’re feeling more adventurous you can even try colour blocking with pink and burgundy shades. For formal dresses, racy red is the go-to colour for now, and is a great alternative to a LBD.
Our inspiration comes from The Duchess of Cambridge, who has long been a huge fan of the colour. Over the years, she’s sported a beautiful selection of red coats, jackets, suits and dresses – many from affordable retailers.
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On #CommonwealthDay The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and Members of the @TheRoyalFamily for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. The theme of this year’s service was ‘A Connected Commonwealth’. The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, sent a Commonwealth Day message in which HM highlighted how people around the world are drawn together because of the collective values shared by the Commonwealth. ?PA
While red may seem like a tricky colour to get right at first, once you’ve taken note of our styling tips you’ll soon be the bell of the ball.
How to wear red with confidence
Here are our best buys, taking inspiration from the runway with hues of red and burgundy.
Bring a neutral outfit to life by finishing it off with this eye-catching blazer. The single-breasted style and slanted pockets add structure to the piece, creating a feminine shape.
Update your office wardrobe with these vibrant tailored trousers. For an on-trend colour blocking look try styling them with a pink top.
Go bold with this gorgeous belted midi dress from Edgars.
Add this burgundy textured jacket to an evening dress for an edgy finish, or pair it with jeans during the day.
Raise your game with these burgundy mock croc court heels from Exact.
Glam up your evening dress by throwing a silk scarf over your arms or around your neck: chic and warm.
Add a printed belt to your dress to cinch in your waist, creating a stronger silhouette.
By Fashion Intern Thato Pule
Thato is a multifaceted creative. An entertainment technology graduate who majored in costume design and make-up artistry and is now the fashion and digital intern at Woman&Home magazine. Her keen eye for detail and flair for fashion has professed her a stylist.