Red is such a happy color. Celebrities adore this color and present fierce ensembles in different tones of red. Some opt for a monochrome look, while others decide to mix and match. When you want to stand out and get noticed this is the color you should put on. Flip through the images below to see how Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Selena Gomez, Adriana Lima and more like to wear the hottest color ever.
Bad Gal is a pro at pulling off daring looks. That only gets better when her choices are fierce red.
This winter we go by the rule “more is more”. Dull outfits are reserved only for the ones who are afraid to experiment. But if you are into fashion and always want to look your best, you’d better try out new things. When it comes to fabrics you will be surprised to hear which one will be trending this season. The super-shiny, chic PVC is here to make all your outfits better. This trend started in September, the same time as the fashion month. Celebrities and fashion bloggers are the ones who set new styles and all of them went crazy for this unusual material.
The patent fabric appeared on many runways this season as well as on the spring 2018 runway shows. So that means we will see many more exciting outfits that involve vinyl. High-end fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent presented dresses, skirts, and jackets made of PVC. Even Karl Lagerfeld dressed his models in transparent patent raincoats and boots.
The streets of the trendiest cities in the world were full of statement PVC pieces. Even if you have no idea how to wear vinyl, we have the perfect examples to show you. The most common patent piece you will see everywhere is the trench coat. Famous fashionistas love rocking it in black, plaid or burgundy. This is a statement piece by itself, so you don’t need to try too hard. A pair of jeans and a sweater will do the job.
We all know that the plaid print is the most fashionable one these days. Everyone seems to love their chic, oversized check blazers. They are the perfect match for a PVC skirt or leggings. The mix of gray, red and black is very trendy.
There are many versatile ways to rock a vinyl piece. You can make a PVC outfit elegant as well as edgy. It all depends on how you combine it. One of the trendiest items to have in your wardrobe right now is the patent leggings. Influencers’ favorite colors are black, red and burgundy. All of these shades are great for cold days. You can pair them with sneakers, ankle boots, and high-heels. It’s all up to you.
We chose some of the best outfits that involve vinyl pieces. Check out how the street icons incorporated PVC in their style. This super-shiny material will be a great addition to your winter closet.
Red is such a hot color this season, and when you pair it with other shades of red you are sure to have an eye-catching look. I spent a day roaming around in this effortless ensemble of a red coat and red over the knee patent boots, then broke it up with a wide black belt and black bag. Not only was this look very comfortable, it could be easily transitioned from day to night.
Wearing red does more than just grab attention, it goes much deeper than that. Red is a popular color that has ongoing studies in psychology. Women tend to wear red obviously when they want to be bold and make a statement, but many women wear red both consciously and subconsciously when they know they are going to be around a male they are trying to attract. It’s believed that red is the most passionate color on the spectrum, and is the color that is most associated with love, seduction, sexuality, but also often associated with anger and aggression.
Not sure what shade of red best fits you? Some reds are more flattering on some than others. Finding the correct tone for yourself is key here. Blondes and brunettes tend to be more striking in the bold “cherry” or “tomato” tones. Redheads best don the warmer, darker, more burgundy shades with purple undertones, avoiding shades that fall under the orange scale.
When wearing red as your “centerpiece” color, I feel it’s best to keep the rest of your pieces/accessories within the neutral tones. I.e. if you are not going to go red-on-red, keep the pieces outside of the main garment tan or black. In my particular outfit I found this beautiful wool-blend coat at H&M, the patent leather boots from Zara, and accessorized it with a wide black belt from Zara, and my “So Black” Birkin bag. I chose a slightly bronzy face and went red with the lips as well for double the impact. These are all timeless pieces that can easily be replicated and reused in various ways, with countless looks for years to come, something I feel is very important when choosing staple pieces for your wardrobe. If you want a more low key version of this look while keeping the chicness, then just reverse the color of the pieces and wear an all-black ensemble with a red belt, bag, and red lip. Below are our picks to recreate my look. Now, I want to see how YOU rock it. Tag us in your best “red on red” photo on Instagram!
Shop this red coat from ASOS here.
Shop this red coat from Boohoo here.
Shop the Halogen wide black belt here.
Shop this suede sash belt from ASOS here.
Shop these ALDO red over the knee boots here.
Shop Miss Selfridge Patent over the knee boots here.
Shop Topshop Red Crawler over the knee boots here.
Shop the BOYY Bobby black leather tote here.
Shop the Celine black sunglasses here.
Shop these Oliver Bonds black circle earrings here.
Shop these Whistles black semi-circle earrings here.