Oct 1, 2019

Wear a Red Dress

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#Pick the right red for a neutral tone. In general, neutral skin tones go well with most colors, so you can choose from any shade of red. You can pick whatever color you like. Bright reds tend to look great if you have a neutral tone. Neutral skin tone also looks good with slightly muted versions of primary colors, so you could also opt for a softer, lighter shade of red when selecting your dress.<ref>http://www.thelist.com/20621/best-clothing-colors-skin-tone/</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Pick the right red for a neutral tone. In general, neutral skin tones go well with most colors, so you can choose from any shade of red. You can pick whatever color you like. Bright reds tend to look great if you have a neutral tone. Neutral skin tone also looks good with slightly muted versions of primary colors, so you could also opt for a softer, lighter shade of red when selecting your dress.<ref>http://www.thelist.com/20621/best-clothing-colors-skin-tone/</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
=== Finding the Right Cut and Style ===
 
=== Finding the Right Cut and Style ===
#Pick the right cut for your body type. In general, red dresses are cut knee length or shorter. However, a slightly longer or shorter red dress can be appropriate depending on your body size. If you're tall or have an apple body shape, opt for a longer dress. This will be more flattering to your figure. If you're petite, avoid a calf-length dress. It can overpower your body type. A v-neck is generally flattering for most body types, so go for a v-neck when possible.<ref>http://www.thechicfashionista.com/red-cocktail-dress.html</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 5.jpg|center]]
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#Pick the right cut for your body type. In general, red dresses are cut knee length or shorter. However, a slightly longer or shorter red dress can be appropriate depending on your body size. If you're tall or have an apple body shape, opt for a longer dress. This will be more flattering to your figure. If you're petite, avoid a calf-length dress. It can overpower your body type. A v-neck is generally flattering for most body types, so go for a v-neck when possible.<ref>http://www.thechicfashionista.com/red-cocktail-dress.html</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Go for a versatile style if you want to wear the dress often. If you're looking for a red dress to wear to any occasion, pick a more versatile style. Something that's not overly formal or casual can allow you to wear your red dress on any day of the week.<ref>http://www.thechicfashionista.com/red-cocktail-dress.html</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#Go for a versatile style if you want to wear the dress often. If you're looking for a red dress to wear to any occasion, pick a more versatile style. Something that's not overly formal or casual can allow you to wear your red dress on any day of the week.<ref>http://www.thechicfashionista.com/red-cocktail-dress.html</ref>[[Image:Wear a Red Dress Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*Go for something very basic. A knee-length dress with three quarter sleeves and a v-neck works for most occasions.  
 
#*Go for something very basic. A knee-length dress with three quarter sleeves and a v-neck works for most occasions.  


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