I don’t know about you, but whenever I browse a shoe store, there is one type of shoes that always catches my eyes first. It will be a pair of:
They are usually pointed or slightly rounded. In patent, smooth or suede leather. And they look so gorgeous on the shelf!
Red is indisputably THE colour when you want to attract attention (advertising folks know this rule never fails). And I think I also wanted to attract some attention when I ended up buying these red heels. Or… 3 pairs of them.
But we always want to attract attention in a good way, right?
So, here are a few fail-safe suggestions on What To Wear With Red Heels.
Today’s post is a special one. As some of you know, I decided to make London my home base now. I’m really grateful that I get to do/see/experience loads of interesting things and I have reached a point where I would like to share these experiences with you.
Most of of you have probably realized that it was Chinese New Year last week and for Chinese New Year it is very traditional to wear a red dress.
Wearing one means good luck and fortune for the new year, and I managed to wear mine three times last week (in different social circles so that nobody noticed that I’ve been wearing the same dress, of course)!
Fingers crossed I shall be a lucky girl this year…
Now Chinese New Year is sort of over, and I am looking at that dress thinking… “And now? What to do with it?”
I sat down and played a little bit around. The result are the 3 Ways To Wear A Red Dress below (styled with a red dress from UK high street brand John Lewis).
By the way, the blouse in the first look is supposed to be worn under the dress, while the other tops are meant to be worn over the dress!
So, if you have a left-over red dress from a past occasion, it’s definitely time to get it out again! (And if you wore one for Chinese New Year, just keep on wearing it…)
Which look is your favourite? Let me know in the comments!