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Red Going Out Dresses


Why not standout from the crowd in a statement Red Dress. Red dresses are very much in vogue this season. Many celebrities have chosen to wear a red dress to Parties or Premiers in New York and London recently. With the most popular shade being the bright and confident pillar box red dress. The right red going out dress teamed with the right accessories can help you make a sophisticated but sassy impression on your audience.




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When and where is a red dress the best choice?

Red dresses are a fabulous choice for a going out dress. They are an essential piece for every girls wardrobe.

Whilst you can buy red day dresses which look very smart and are a great alternative for work, red dresses really come into their own in the evening. Available as long red dresses and well as the popular cocktail red dress you really cant go wrong.

What are the most popular styles of red dresses this season?

Practically every style of dress this season comes in red, which in itself emphasises the popularity of red dresses just now. The following styles are the most common and are most usually worn to special occasions like parties, weddings or christmas functions. Although as a rival to the little black dress or LBD as it is sometimes called a Red Body Con dress or a Red Bandeau dress would be a perfect choice for a dinner date with the man of your dreams.

What accessories should you wear with a Red Dress?

There really is just one way to make a Red Dress sing and that is to team it with sky scraper black heels and a little black hand bag, preferably patent leather if you can find it.

Jewellery wise don’t wear anything too overpowering let the dress do all your talking!