Red dresses are classic. That’s it, the ultimate truth of universe. That being said, you need to accessorize your red dress, perfectly. A well-designed red dress can be metaphorically, considered the goddess of Fashion. Red dresses are classic but you need to make yourself look classic. Firstly, you need to choose the shade of red. Is it going to be cherry red or Burgundy or you are going for Rusty red? Secondly, what will be your neckline? Do you want a boat neckline or a scoop neck? Do you want a keyhole neckline or the classic sweetheart neckline? And what about the length? Well, don’t fret here are some of the combinations you would want to keep in mind.
Red dress 101:
- Boat neckline works fabulously with a mid-thigh or knee length. If you want boat neck with floor length dress go for backless. Accessorize with metallic (gold or silver) studs. Pearls will be a good option too. Like the jewelry, stilettoes or pumps, gold or silver or neutral will be perfect.
- Scoop neckline works best with floor length dresses. Accessorize with dangling earrings, diamond or gold will be the best. Stilettoes or pumps, gold or silver or neutral can be applied with any red dress.
- Keyhole neckline gives you a formal look. Pair it with gold/ silver studs or pearl drop earrings. All lengths will suit this neckline. Strap on a pair of stilettoes or pumps, gold or silver or neutral will be perfect you can go with black but don’t forget to the jewelry black too.
- The classic sweetheart neckline works with all lengths but according to me mid-calf A-line will be the best. Pair it with gold statement earrings and gold pumps with small heels. Add a thin gold chain with a diamond. Do a sleek side-parted updo and you are ready to pose!