Fashion Advice: How To Wear Dark Red?
Learn how to wear dark red with fashion advice from your personal stylist. Find your best styles for work and look amazing all autumn long.
Luxurious and deep shades of red wine are huge this season and very appropriate for the office. Rich bordeaux is a very powerful color, but it’s less aggressive than scarlet red.
It suits most color types really nicely and it looks great in photos. It combines well with black, grey, white, nude, beige, cream and blush pink.
I have created you four wine-hued looks to wear this season in the office. All looks can be saved to your own style board straight from the images or from Pinterest board “Working Wardrobe”.
Whether you are heading to the local hot spot with the colleagues or curling up inside a warm blanket at home, there is certainly something magical about a good glass of red wine on a crisp autumn evening.
Fashion Paired With Wines
Wine writer, educator and champagne geek Sanna Pöyry has chosen I on Image’s fans four amazing red wines to match each look.
I have known Sanna since forever and I just love her joie de vivre. She is adventurous and passionate about wine and with her I have tasted some of the best wines I have ever tasted in my life.
Here her impeccable taste in wine meets my passion for fashion. Santé!
1. Cabernet Sauvignon: Miguel Torres Manso de Velasco, Curico Valley, Chile
2. Merlot: Château Siaurac Plaisir de Siaurac, Lalande-de-Pomerol, France
3. Chianti: Isole e Olena Chianti Classico, Chianti, Italy
4. Pinot Noir: Jean Stodden Spätburgunder Alte Reben Trocken, Ahr, Germany
More Fashion Inspiration
Did you like these looks? I have also saved these looks on my Pinterest board “Working Wardrobe”. You can go and save them on your own style board for your style inspiration.
If you would like to shop with a pro, then please don’t hesitate to get in contact with me. I offer personal shopping services -live and online. Make an appointment with me today and start improving your style right away!
Enjoy your business fashion -and your wine!
This post was originally published on 30th September 2015 and updated on 13th May 2020 with new links and embeds from Pinterest. These looks were created with Style Fruits that has since closed it’s website.