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15 Easy Ways to Rock a Red Dress for Every Occasion

15 Easy Ways to Rock a Red Dress for Every Occasion
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Say yes to the (red) dress!

Think about it: there isn’t an occasion in your life where you won’t have to wear a red dress at least once. The color red translates to a lot of meanings: it can be lucky, festive, fun, powerful, or seductive, depending on the occasion. Red is a bold color that can make a statement all on its own, and the classic image of a lady in red is not going out of style anytime soon. Plus, you'll always have a reason to cue the Jonas Brothers' Burnin' Up in your head while you sashay down the street in your eye-catching number.

See the different ways to style that red dress hanging in your closet, inspired by these celebrities’ and influencers’ outfits!

Kryz Uy is giving us some major boss vibes in this blazer dress! The deep scarlet hue signals business more than pleasure, and we love how the fit just skims over Kryz’s petite frame. Accessorizing with minimal jewelry and pinning her hair down, it’s a casually elegant look for an important meeting or a dressy dinner.


When you have a classic red dress like Camille Co’s, you don’t need to do much. Camille lets the dress speak for itself with its thigh-high slit andoff-shoulder cut. To finish her effortless look, she teamed the dress with gold heels. A perfect pairing considering gold and red's a classic combination to try especially when you're in doubt.

Here’s another take on that old Hollywood-style red dress! Got an event to attend? Don't hold back and channel screen siren vibes like Anne Curtis, who looks divine in this halter dress with a sweetheart neckline.

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Liz Uy is known for her fashion choices that bring on maximum impact. However, for this pared-down 'fit Liz is wearing, the devil is in the details. This cherry-colored Nanushka cut-out dress is made of vegan leather and is paired with an Elleme fur bag in blush. The stylist draws all the attention to her red number with the help of a barely-there makeup.

Here’s a look that’s more ideal for daytime wear! Showcasing their collection for the___edit in Preview, Liz wore this sweet spaghetti strapped dress in a warm red hue. Definitely easy to wear on balmy Saturday mornings. Just think weekend markets and outdoor coffee dates!


There’s no doubt about it: red is Heart Evangelista’s color. So it’s no surprise that she stepped out in this crimson number, a collared frock called the Alexa dress by Mark Bumgarner that evokes all moods of sophistication and elegance. Accessorized with a red and gold Hermès belt, Heart looks every bit the refined and classic queen we know her to be.

Softer, cooler reds like cherry are shades that you can also wear in the daytime, much like this adorable polka-dotted midi dress Tricia Gosingtian is sporting. It’s a sweet yet no-frills look that can easily become your go-to.

Always one to appreciate good design, Kim Jones looks every bit a vision in this avant garde take on a babydoll dress. We love how she plays with the dress’ silhouette, pairing the short and puffy skirt with sultry thigh-high boots. Even when you’re not rocking something as haute as Kim’s, always remember that adding contrast to your outfit makes it so much more interesting.

Ready for a bright day ahead! Patricia Prieto’s look is perfect for when you need to harness a bit of that power-dressed energy without going overboard. Whether you’re going around on business errands or setting foot in another city, this look will keep you polished and poised.


Meanwhile, Lovi Poe looks postitively cheerful and relaxed in this off-shoulder maroon wrap dress, keeping it casual paired with white sneakers and a CH Carolina Herrera Insignia bag slung across her body. Her ensemble just projects that effortlessly cool and stylish look even under the California sun.

Need more proof that you can wear red in the daytime? Janine Gutierrez looks sweet and feminine in this adorable button-down dress. To complete her look, she went with curls and white barrettes adorning her hair to complete the vintage feels.

There’s just something about wearing dresses with sneakers that's so refreshing. While in Los Angeles, Laureen Uy got the street style memo, wearing an ankle-length dress in warm red, which she paired with sneakers. It’s a laidback ensemble that still has impact. Add those round specs and a purse with an interesting shape to go graphic even more.

Relaxed, light dresses like this maroon polka dotted dress that Solenn Heussaff is wearing from their collection for the___edit has a lived in, vintage feel to it. It’s a great piece to have when you want to inject a more romantic style in your wardrobe, plus the light fabric makes it easy to wear even in the most humid of tropical weather.


Bring out the ruffles! Vern Enciso just captured the perfect Instagram shot wearing a Spanish-style ruffled dress. Floor-length dresses like this one can be worn on a trip abroad, provided they’re made with comfortable fabric. After all, skirts allow for more mobility when you're out and about!

However, if you prefer shorter hemlines, then slip into something easy like this slip dress that’s perfect for tropical weather! Get ready to do some exploring with white sneakers, and layer on a denim jacket when the wind gets cold.

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