Let’s Paint the Town RED!

The bright & glamorous shades of red are a powerful style symbol in themselves. Red is a colour of love, its shades help write stories of romance and passion. There is an alluring charm to the hue, it has a lasting impression on one’s mind. 

Be it Sushmita Sen’s iconic saree in ‘Main Hoon Na’ or Kareena Kapoor in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, there’s no denying the charm of red.

An outfit in red is an assured way of styling some spectacular looks for any occasion. It’s an amazing colour to play around with not only to mix & match with other hues but it’s perfect to try out your accessory game. We’ve put together some amazing pieces for you to try: 

The Ravishing Red Solid Kurti

If you’re looking for something that’s easy to style, and still never misses the mark at being fashionable, it’s a solid red Kurti! You can pair it with black or white leggings or palazzos & your outfit is complete! Small silver jhumkas (earrings) and red heels can create a simple yet elegant look for the workplace. 

The Straight-Cut Pocket Kurti

This pastel red Kurti portrays both comfort and elegance at the same time. The two pockets in the front exude a sense of fashionable confidence, with the straight cut and three-fourth sleeves adding to a look that screams that you mean business. Paired with black palazzos and small gold or silver studs, a statement necklace makes the outfit whole!

Printed Floral Print Red Dupatta

If you need a one-way ticket to take your ethnic looks a level higher, this beautiful red printed dupatta is your way up. The intricate floral prints matched on the canvas of a brilliant red colour make the dupatta a bold outfit accessory, born to stand out. Draped onto a monochromatic ethnic set, the outfit can be whole with a pair of red drop-down earrings and matching footwear. 

Try out these outfits, Let’s paint the town RED!

Glam Up your Festive Look!

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