Red is a color that never goes out of fashion. Be it Valentine’s day, festival or functions. Red is everyone’s first go-to color.
Even on the red carpet itself, you’ll find most celebrities wearing red to win the fashion race.
Tips for wearing red
If you plan going overboard with the color and with a brighter shade of red, try not going for a daytime function or an event which is a sober one.
Red being the warmest of all the colors will suit most in winters than in summer. It looks most beautiful is a night time events.
Pair your red jeans, top, purse, nails or heel with these trendy complimentary combination colors to complete your look this season.
• Red with Lime:
You can also go with slightly lighter shades of it, but not the darker lime colors.
Get your nail art done in this duo for a trendy look.
• Red with Chocolate brown:
Chocolates are all time hot colors in the fashion world, make it even Warmer by hot red.
You can easily use this combination for your hair color inspirations.
Get your brown hair balanced in red or first color your hair in chocolate brown and get red highlights.
• Red with Salmon:
Salmon being somewhat like coral pink makes the duo a combination of hot and cute.
Add a black jacket for the layered look.
Create this ombre lip by merging fuchsia with red to get awesome makeup look.
• Red with Fuchsia:
Fuchsia is a warmer pink that compliments red to its fullest.
Or you can use fuchsia accessories to decorate your red dress.
• Red with white:
A subtle of white on red or red on white goes perfectly.
Red jeans with a white top along with the trendy converse is a complete package.
A cute red bag with a white dress will work at those times when you want to give out vibes of a devil in disguise, as white makes you look calm and cool whereas red acts as the devil’s horn.
• Red with black:
Red and black are the top two favorite colors of all. Merging them in your look will definitely give you immense satisfaction.
A long black boot with a red dress looks super hot.
Look like a wild cat with this combination of eye makeup.
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