Start small. Piping on your shirt, pair of socks, a coloured placket, or even a rich, red pocket square is all you need to spruce up your look and sport this trend. If it’s accents you’re after, a red watch strap or belt make for good accessories.
A red trench coat isn’t a subtle addition by any stretch of the imagination, but it does make a striking statement. If the weather permits, opt for a thin one this summer, or accent your look with a summer jacket in this rich hue.
Give navy-, beige- and khaki-coloured chinos a miss and opt for a jewel-red pair. They are extremely stylish and look great, whether you’re dressing to impress on a date or simply updating your Friday dressing look.
Before you dismiss red as a colour that’s too strong to wear to work through a solid shirt, give this section a read. A red textured tie, a pair of simple cufflinks, a satin-finish tie or even a fine, checked shirt—make your choice depending on how conservatively your office requires you to dress. If you can get away with quirky dressing, we highly recommend a striped or polka-dotted shirt—it’s chic and offers a glimpse into your personality.
Red sneakers can make you look like someone who’s desperately holding on to every shred of his youth, but red loafers or leather lace-ups have an effect that’s quite the contrary. Whether it’s a suede pair for weekend wear or a leather pair in a deep, burnished red to complement your suit, pick up red loafers and you’ll thank us later.
Written By : Shirley Mistry