A woman's dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.No matter what the occasion is, every woman desires to look her best. A red-colored dress is fabulous, breathtaking, feminine, and oh-so fierce. Matching accessories with it requires careful deliberation. But we're not going to leave you without a few helpful tips. Mentioned below are some occasions where a red dress can be worn, along with the accessories that are just right.
— Sophia Loren
No one can get the basics correct at the first go. There are always 'trial and error' moments where you develop a sense of what needs to be done while adding accessories to any outfit. But you don't have to worry about finding the right ones for your red dress. Just take the tips mentioned here and you'll be good to go.
FOR A COCKTAIL PARTY
Even though the combination of black and red is an obvious choice, it does have its own personality. With gorgeous, high-heeled black shoes and a black clutch, all you require is a killer pair of earrings and an attitude that says 'I know I look hot.'
The color gold is the theme that adds drama to the deep red dress. Include a gold clutch (if you're not into black that much) to complete the outfit.
Believe it or not, the combination of white and red is simple, yet elegant. With pearl accessories and a white flower clutch by your side, you will make heads turn all night.
For a formal wedding celebration, why not go slightly overboard with your outfit. Pair a to-die-for long red gown with red and gold accessories. Add a golden clutch, and you're all set!
Saving the best for the last, pair silver accessories with your gorgeous red dress. Keep it clean ... keep it fun; your date is going to be mesmerized from the moment he lays his eyes on you.
If you pay attention to the minutest details, you'll see how simple it is to put an outfit together for any occasion. Of course, you need to be sure about what dresses, colors, and accessories work best for you. Be the better judge, and don't be afraid to turn up the heat once in a while.