Why Do People Buy and Wear Those Things? Whose Rockin’ Red In Skinny Jeans & High-heeledShoes?

Red. One of those colors that you either love or hate. It’s a color that on some people makes them look outstanding. It highlights their skin, their tones, their hair. On others, it can make them look brash, drain them or actually take away from their own coloring. But red doesn’t have to do that to you. There are many shades of red in the color spectrum. And red is hot. Really hot. The point is, to figure out how to wear it properly to accent you.


ALDO shows red.

Red is a primary color. It is one of the colors of the color wheel that cannot be created by mixing others. What should that all mean to you? It can help you mix and match your clothing. Actually, red can be mixed with many other colors for a pleasing hue. Just be sure to keep it simple.

Rockin' Skinny Red For Fall!

Rockin' Skinny Red For Fall!

You’ll need to keep your color palette simple. Black, ivory, taupe, blue…all go well with red. Green is a refreshingly good complementary color also. Take a look at a color palette for a change to see what you can match from your closet. Here’s a free online color calculator that will help you match colors not only for your closet, but for your home as well. http://www.sessions.edu/for-students/career-center/tools-quizzes/color-calculator.

Free Color Calculator

Free Online Color Calculator

Today’s collage shows some great skinny jeans in hues of red by Tripp, Hudson, Rag & Bone, Guess?Jeans and Current/Elliot. All are available either online or at your local stores.

“TrippNYC is a street fashion company based in New York City’s East Village.” http://www.trippnyc.com/. Streetwear is their specialty.

Hudson Jeans is located world-wide through retailers world-wide and online. http://www.hudsonjeans.com/.

Hudson Jeans

Hudson Jeans

Rag & Bone began in 2002 by 2 people, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville. Their concept was simple. To make clothes that people would love to wear, surround themselves with people who knew and produced quality clothing, and to give their clothing a timeless feel. You can read their story here. http://www.rag-bone.com/story.html.

Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone

Guess?Jeans are available online and in many department stores world-wide. You can see their selections here. http://shop.guess.com/.

Current/Elliot jeans website shows their choices in a very offbeat photographic array of modeling. Their site is worth the pictures. You should check it out at: http://www.currentelliott.com/. To find a retailer near you, you may contact them at their site, or google their name.



So now you have the jeans. Maybe you don’t have the courage yet to go out in red yet. How about a pair of red shoes? Aldo has a huge selection for the fall for you to pick from, take a look at their pumps:

Aldo Red Pumps

Aldo Red Pumps

Or how about their wedges?

Aldo Red Wedges

Aldo Red Wedges

Still hesitant about red, but want to add an influx of hot chili pepper? Accessorize! Add a handbag or a scarf…

Aldo Red Accessories.

Aldo Red Accessories

ALDO Shoes, handbags and accessories is available online and in stores world-wide. Check them out here:  http://www.aldoshoes.com/.

There are a lot of color choices for this fall, but red is definitely one of them. It’s a good one. It makes you feel happy. It doesn’t let you down. It perks you up. It’s stylish, and it’s classic. Wear it with confidence. You can.




One Response to “Why Do People Buy and Wear Those Things? Whose Rockin’ Red In Skinny Jeans & High-heeledShoes?”

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