The Best Red Accents from PFW 2107
I can't remember the last time red was the hot colour of the season but I'm all over it for fall 2017. My wardrobe has always been sprinkled with red accents for as long as I remember and most recently, I just picked up a beautiful bright red Celiné bag that I can't get enough of.
During the Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018 shows, editors and models were also feeling the red vibes as they rocked some pretty unique looks.
⭐ Pernille Teisbaek went for pops of red in her sunglasses and in the lining of her plaid trench instead of going full-on with the colour.
⭐ Gilda Ambrosio paired red pointed toe boots with a pink silk dress for an understated glam look.
⭐ Anna Dello Russo also went for the red pointed toe boots, but opted for a knee-high version paired with a mini black ruffle dress that suits her personal style amazingly.
⭐ Model off duty, Romee Strijd, took a more casual approach while remaining to make a bold statement with red lace-up skinny pants, a red cap, and Balmain graphic tee.
⭐ Caroline de Maigret, one of my personal favourite fashion icons, went for a more classic and comfortable look with her red and pink shearling bomber.
Break up the intensity of red by pairing it with neutrals. For this look, I mixed and matched textures with these modern Balenciaga pant/boots with a embroidered cotton Celia Dragouni frock. Layer in a Loewe shoulder bag and a wool Isabel Marant scarf and you're fall ready.
Red is one of my favourite colours to play with. I love orange-reds because it's a warm shade that compliments my olive complexion nicely. My aesthetic is very rock and roll inspired so I love the idea of a red band jacket paired with some badass ankle boots and a glossy red lip.