Red can be a challenging colour to wear – it’s daring, a little flirty, passionate; not one for wallflowers or those who wish to remain anonymous. From bright tomato red to deeper burgandy hues, this season you’ll be sure to see a lot more of this vivacious colour. Here are six ways to incorporate any shade of red into an outfit, whether it be at the office, out for lunch or at an evening event. Whether you want to make a bold entrance or you’re just trying to inject a little zest into your style, make red the colour you add this Spring, even if it’s just a bold, red lip.
|J. Crew jeans, £26, Zuii Flora lipstick, £21, J. Crewvintage t-shirt, £19, DV by Dolce Vita Gulliver flats, £49 Pair red trousers with a plain t-shirt and flats for casual elegance.||BCBGMAXAZRIA booties, £180, Miu Miu tweed jacket, £895 Norma Kamali cat eye sunglasses, £65 If bright red is a little too out there for your taste, try a deeper, red wine hue with a nude matching shoe for ultimate sophistication|
|French Connection tie-neck top, £25, Isabella Oliverpencil skirt, £70, Black and gold cuff bracelet, £6 Lulus nude pointed pump, £15A pencil skirt with unique detailing is all you need to complete an outfit. Wear with simple accessories so it can be the centre of attention.||Alexander Wang knit top, £89, Armani CollezioniAlexander Wang knit top, £89, Armani CollezioniColour blocking is not for the fainthearted. Orange and red go beautifully together for a full-on summer look.|
|Valentino Galavani leather dress, £2,200, Dyrberg/Kern Campbell earrings, £46, Zara leather sandals, £40When wearing a bold coloured dress, pare it down by accessorising with classic colours and tones.||Matalan Sally Stretch dress, £20, Boticca Medusa mini clutch, £76 OPI Big Apple nail lacquer, £11, Jimmy Choo Anouk heel, £430 A classic little black dress can be accentuated with a beautiful red clutch, such as this Boticca one, and contrasting shoes for an added touch of glamour.|