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13 Feb

The colour of love

There’s a reason we wear red for Valentines Day.  Red is the colour of love.

With the longest wavelength of all the colours, the power of red releases adrenalin into your system…the wearer and the voyeur can experience higher blood pressure, enhanced libido, pulsating energy and increased confidence. But red doesn’t just represent romance and intrigue, it can also channel danger and anger.  Maybe you will play the cupid or perhaps you will you favour the devil in you. Either way, red and pink are hot. From romance and ruffle, to florals and tulle, you can take your pick.  Share your intrigue and make a statement.  She who dares, wins.  Red is the colour of love. Here are my top 5 red dresses for Valentines Day.

 

Red leopard Maxi Dress, Karen Millen, £130.

 

GINNY HYDRANGEA-PRINT SILK-CREPE MIDI DRESS | SALONI, Matchesfashion, £695.

 

RUFFLED LACE DRESS | JONATHAN SIMKHAI, Matchesfashion, £765.

 

FLOUNCED DRESS, £14.99, HM.com

 

CHI CHI LONDON RED LACE FLORAL DRESS from Chi Chi at River Island, £80.

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Charlotte Broadbent

I'm a professional, qualified Personal Stylist, helping people to look their best to be their best through styling, colour consultations, body shape analysis and personal shopping

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