This Is How Singapore’s Well-Dressed Ladies Wear Red

Get National Day ready like these local fashionistas

Savina Chai (Photo: Instagram)

Savina Chai (Photo: Instagram)

National Day is coming right up, and dressing for the occasion is the best way to express your patriotism through fashion. Red isn’t exactly the easiest colour to pull off, so look to these stylish Singaporean ladies and take a leaf out of their sartorial books to get the look right!

Big girl breakfast.🍳

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Isabel Tan takes on the sexy road, and pulls off a casual knotted long-sleeved shirt with adorable white polka dots.

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The perfect sweater dress for summer in Europe.. 🍒 @sjyp.kr #FollowMeToBarcelona #SAVIinBARCELONA

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Savina Chai, known for her sleek and chic aesthetic, pulls red off with a knitted striped turtleneck top.

As you can see, I most defo have a choker and jewellery layering habit.

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Jamie Chua does stripes too in another fashionable manner.

A bold red leather jacket is all it takes to pull a sophisticated look together, as Trishna Goklani demonstrates.

A resort look does the trick, as Velda Tan shows here with her red wide-legged pants matched with a cropped white top.

Nothing shows sweetness and romance like a bouquet of pink flowers 🌷🌸🌺 #BloomersAndMakers

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Go ultra feminine in floral prints like Calista Cuaca.

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A white dress, a perfect blowout, and a classic red lip also does the trick, as Michelle Sielman stylishly shows.

Keep yourself comfortable with a snuggly knitted scarf as Christabel Chua proudly did here.

And if you really don’t have anything red in your closet, let your adorable little tot do the dressing for you! Take cue from Charlie-Rose Ong, daughter to the lovely Charmaine-Seah Ong.

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