6 Ways To Wear Red And Where To Buy Them

This Chinese New Year, indulge in the pleasures of offline interaction with loved ones at home (or at a restaurant). Put on your best clothes because the festivities call for lots of photo-taking and creating video content for your Tiktok. Here, we take inspirations from some of our favourite style stars.

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1. Business Casual

Leave it to Singapore-based style maven Yoyo Cao to effortlessly pull off a short suit comprising red leather blazer and shorts as well as a turtleneck. If a turtleneck is too constricting for your liking, why not swap it for a lace bustier to up the huat factor? Then, throw on your favourite pair of heels (preferably in shades of red or white) and the Dior Saddle bag in multicolour butterfly embroidery and you’re all set for the Chinese New Year festivities.

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2. Do It With Puffy Sleeves

You really can’t go wrong with a dress that comes with oversized sleeves. To up your style game, pair it with gold knee-high boots and accessories like Jamie QQ here for maximum effect.

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3. The Little Red Dress

Likewise, a little red number is perfect for Chinese New Year. Do like Amanda Chaang here and put on your favourite vermilion-hued dress. Prints and patterns are encouraged.

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4. Do It With Accessories

If a full-on red outfit is not your vibe, then consider adding pops of the auspicious colour with accessories like how Mae Tan has done here.

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5. Opt For The Skirt And Shirt Combo

The skirt and shirt combo is a great way to look contemporary cool quickly with minimal effort—especially when they’re the same material and colour.

6. Go All Out

When all else fails, dress in your most luxurious maxi dress — like Queen of Caldecott Zoe Tay — complete with jewellery. It’s time to get the party started.