6 Ways To Wear Red And Where To Buy Them
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The colour red symbolises many things to many different people across the world. On our shores, it is used to represent unity in our flag and on every National Day, we wear the vermillion hue with pride to celebrate our country’s achievements—this year will be no different. Okay maybe just a little.

As none of us will be able to watch the National Day Parade in person or spectate along the Helix bridge overseeing the Marina Bay Floating Platform, what we wear is no longer dictated by environmental concerns such as humidity. So, we rounded up some of our favourite style star’s scarlet outfits that are perfect for watching the live telecast of the parade in the comfort of your home. Or for when you’re out and about during the long weekend.

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1. Sweater Weather

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Do like Yoyo Cao and put on a cosy knitted sweater. It doesn’t even have to be completely red, pops of colour is key here. Wear it tucked into a pair of denim jeans or your favourite maxi skirt and you’ve got yourself an Instagram-perfect National Day outfit.

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2. Do It With Tartan

Prints are a great way to incorporate colours into an outfit without having to do the mixing and matching yourself. Which is why we absolutely adore tartan prints for. You could do a matching suit combo like Neelam here or you could just do separates.

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3. Go Glam

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When you’re home, there’s no dress code. So what’s stopping you from going full glam for the gram à la Duckie Thot here in a fabulous scarlet red dress.

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4. Shorts Story

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Shorts are one of the staples in all our wardrobes, especially in Singapore where it’s hot and humid. Follow in Kaci‘s footsteps and wear it with a cropped top or with a statement T-shirt tucked in. To up the ante, go with printed, flared or tailored shorts to complete the look.

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5. Button Up

Collared button-ups are a great way to look smart quick with minimal effort. Laura Harrier had the right idea in mind she she wore this fabulous textured red-sleeved number.

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6. Suit Up

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Sometimes when you want to show up to show out, suiting up is really the way to go.

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