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16 All-Red Looks To Inspire Your Chinese New Year Outfits

#1: Do boyish chic with a matching top and pants, like this Moncler Gamme Rouge look demonstrates.
#2: This pleated off-the-shoulder frock from Valentino is a breezy piece that's suitable for Singapore's hot, humid weather.
#3: Embroidery and peter-pan collars, as seen at Miu Miu, will take your outfit up a notch.
#4: Get in on a streetstyle trend - vinyl separates - with this Lacoste shirt dress.
See: Why vinyl is the ’80s look you’d actually want to own for Spring 2017 #5: This look from Salvatore Ferragamo shows us how to do sports-luxe for Chinese New Year - red platform boots included.
#6: A red jumpsuit, like this Sportmax number, makes a great alternative to the usual dresses.
#7: A sleek, sculptural dress like this Mulberry piece is perfect for a more formal event - just keep accessories minimal.
See: Minimalist heels that will go with any statement outfit #8: This ruffled dress from Jenny Packham makes for a comfortable outfit, especially when matched with a pair of flat sandals.
#9: Make an oversized sweater more polished - like in this Rag & Bone look - by pairing your look with patent boots.
#10: This Marni dress gets a modern spin with its belted waist and elongated sleeves.
See: 10 ways to elevate your CNY look instantly  #11: A flowy dress (as seen at Celine) can be dressed up or down depending on your choice of footwear.
#12: Be the coolest girl in the room by teaming a red leather jacket with a tulle skirt and sneakers, as this Dior look shows.
#13: This classic Emilio Pucci dress is matched with hot pink boots for a fun twist.
#14: Miu Miu shows us how to rock retro with a patterned midi.
#15: Play with textures and layering, as seen at Stella McCartney, to make your outfit more interesting.
#16: Go for romantic, girly looks like this Valentino halter-neck dress.
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