August 6th, 2017
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Red (is) Hot, cont.

Yesterday I was musing about the abundance of red items for fall. A cherry striped sweater, brick clutch, and burgundy velvet platforms would be nice additions to my predominantly all-neutrals wardrobe. With so many shades to choose from, I don’t need something in fire engine to feel like I’m embracing the trend.

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CHLOÉ

Long wool blazer

JOSEPH

Jamie panelled silk dress

REJINA PYO

Lila hooded checked wool-blend duffle coat

JOSEPH

Sinclair sucked silk-crepe blouse

JOSEPH

Collins draped silk skirt

LOEWE

Point-toe navy suede and leather chelsea boots

KHAITE

Doris cotton-gabardine trench coat

GIANVITO ROSSI

55 leather knee boots

VICTORIA, VICTORIA BECKHAM

Color-block ribbed merino wool turtleneck sweater

ISABEL MARANT

Nirvy studded leather sandals

REJINA PYO

Avery oversized belted two-tone cotton twill trench coat

J.W. ANDERSON

Scare Crow suede ankle boots

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  • Agree. I’m favoring the deep shades of red and like the variety of options. Bags and shoes are a definite for me and easy to slide into my also mostly neutral and denim based wardrobe. I think the finish is crucial with red… soft suede, velvet, burnished leather, etc., add sophistication and depth missed with polished pieces.

    Karima | A Note on StyleAugust 6th, 2017  9:17 AM

     
  • Love all the various shades of red together. Somehow it tones them down too.

    KathyAugust 6th, 2017  9:22 AM

     
  • Burgundy is such a rich and lucious shade of red…classy and sophisticated. That Bottega Veneta is sumptuous

    CariAugust 6th, 2017  11:02 AM

     

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