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If we had to associate a colour with the season, this Autumn/Winter it would be red. Encapsulating a bold and daring mood, red (alongside burgundy and cherry reds) comes across as a confident and fiery wardrobe buy. More so, in all its plain-coloured glory, red fits perfectly into your style whether you’re a minimalist, maximalist or pleasantly in-between. Commanding the right kind of attention in your wardrobe, red can be worn in several ways and in many shades. Ahead you’ll find IALH’s red wardrobe picks to spice up your wardrobe this winter.
RED ALL OVER
Fancy going bold then embrace red in all its glory. A pair of red trousers with a matching shirt or merino wool jumper or an evening ensemble adorned in a red suit. Also, if dresses are more your style the mini, midi and maxi options in the new-in sections are great ahead of the upcoming festive season.
POP OF COLOUR
Match your red piece with a muted shade to enhance the pop of colour. Black, grey, beige and cream are amazing basics to rotate with a red shirt, jumper or skirt.
CONSIDER YOUR OUTERWEAR
We know we often invest in our outerwear but what’s personal style without a little fun? The coat doesn’t have to break the bank but if you gravitate towards red naturally, introducing the red coat into your wardrobe for winter may be the only addition you need.
GO FOR THE ACCESSORIES
If you like a particular wardrobe palette then huns, the accessories are your saving grace. Try a gorgeous pair of red shoes that you can wear with almost everything in your wardrobe or focus on the bags – we have our eyes on the Ferragamo Wedge Pump. And let’s face it, the temperature has dropped so investing in a vibrant red, matching scarf and gloves set could be your only investment. What we’re counting on in the accessories department? The red shoes.
Finally, if you are still not convinced that your wardrobe needs a red takeover, that’s fine huns because we’re seeing red nails dominate TikTok and salons. Go bright and fiery or dark and moody, the manicure lasts 3 weeks so it’s the perfect way to dabble without the commitment.