Reds We Love

Sizzling hot and the color of passion, red is the color for (fashion) lovers this season. Whether you pick deeply saturated hues or tomato tones, there's something for everyone.

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Coming Up Roses

Trendy, colored jeans are still in fashion. Pair the attention-grabbing bottoms with a plain white or gray tee and let your bottom-half do all the talking.  

 

A.P.C dyed standard jeans, $195; apc.com
 

Photo courtesy of A.P.C

Hot, Haute Color

Find the sex appeal in a simple sweater. Try it in siren red with a relaxed cowl neck.

 

Ann Taylor cowl neck sweater, $78; anntaylor.com
 

Photo courtesy of Ann Taylor

Scarlett Sleep

Bring the color of love into the bedroom with this red sleepset. It's a still-comfortable alternative to oversized sweats. 

 

Gap Red striped sleep set, $54; gap.com
 

Photo courtesy of Gap

Sweet Sweater

This cozy cold-weather coat jacket wanders off the beaten track, and includes pops of rosy red along with typical blacks and oranges.

 

J.Crew ombre mohair coat, $495; jcrew.com
 

Photo courtesy of J.Crew

Cherry Bomb-er

Forget thinking that the only appropriate coat colors are camel and black. We love this transitional field jacket done in a cheery, cherry red.

 

Lauren Ralph Lauren quilted down jacket, $75; ralphlauren.com
 

Photo courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Double Trouble

Black and red is a seriously sexy color combination. Try the dangerous duo in a classic cardigan, perfect for throwing on over casual weekend wear.

 

Milly Boyfriend cardigan, $295; milly.com
 

Photo courtesy of Milly

Strips and Stripes

 

Ride the red train without going all in by including a pop of color via this loose vest. 
 

Nanette Lepore Cardigan tunic, $272; saksfifthavenue.com

Photo courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

Peasant, Please

We're used to seeing hippie dippie, off-the-shoulder tops in linen and lacy whites. The style is refreshing and new in a vibrant lipstick shade.

 

The Limited Off the shoulder top, $34.90; thelimited.com
 

Photo courtesy of The Limited

Red Riding

Break up a sea of black blazers with this blood red cropper. Bonus for the razor-sharp tailoring (pun fully intended.)

 

Topshop Flannel crop jacket, $145; topshop.com
 

Photo courtesy of Topshop

Red All Over

In a sea of prints and patterns, solid-hued looks are fabulously refreshing. A strong, saturated red looks great in a simple swing dress.

 

Tucker tie-neck dress, $318; shopbop.com
 

Photo courtesy of Shopbop

Lady in Red

Red dresses have captivated the male species since, dare we say, color was invented. Keep it classy with a demure hemline and lady-like cap-sleeves.

 

DKNY cap-sleeve dress, $245; dkny.com
 

Photo courtesy of DKNY

Saucy Suiting

Simple peacoats are usually done in classic colors like navy, beige or black. Flirt with fashion this season and try it in a cheeky red. 

 

Victoria’s Secret Cropped double-breasted peacoat, $78; victoriassecret.com
 

 

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Photo courtesy of Victoria's Secret
First Published January 18, 2011

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