When most of us think of Valentine's Day we think red roses, red hearts, red boxes of chocolate and red wine. If you can't tell already red seems to be a reoccurring theme.
So, why not add a touch of red to your outfit? After all, it is the color of love and it has been proven that men find a lady in red more attractive no matter the season or occasion!
Style expert Allison Friedrichs shares several ideas to spice up your outfit with red. Whether you're just looking for that little extra something for the special night or wanting to step out with a bang, her tips will help you find the perfect outfit for you.
Test the water with your toes.
If you're not ready to make a full Valentine's Day debut in head-to-toe red, start with a pair of sexy red shoes. Top your shoes with a classic black dress and your outfit will knock the socks off your date!
Get super sexy with an exposed zipper.
Go for a scorching hot dress with a black zipper in the back and you'll be turning heads from every direction!
Flirtatious doesn't have to mean you're confined to a dress.
An eye-popping red tunic with leather leggings and sky high heels has just as much va-va-voom!
Red can be casual, too.
A cherry colored trench and skinny jeans are a great option for dressed-down sexiness. Slip your tootsies into a fabulous pair of red suede pumps and you've got a great no-fuss look that'll take you way beyond Valentine's Day.
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