The asymmetrical hem makes this dress a unique addition to your wardrobe. The red and gold print makes it all the more fitting to bring out for Chinese New Year.
Metallic skirt, $500, Kate Spade
Here’s a simple midi skirt with metallic accents for a pretty yet sophisticated look. Pair this with a white top for something light and breezy, or dress it up with a blouse.
Rosetta Getty cotton jersey wrap top, US$419 (S$565), www.net-a-porter.com
A shirt from one side, but a dress from another. Pair this top with a pair of jeans for an upgraded jeans-and-tshirt look, or wide-legged trousers for an even more dramatic silhouette. You’ll stand out in this number for sure.
Ami Muse Studio velvet bodysuit, $315, www.matchesfashion.com
Who says bodysuits have to be boring and monochrome? It’s always warm at the start of the year, so this cherry-red bodysuit makes for a cheerful base to any outfit. It’s solid colour and beaded straps also make it easy to pair with almost any bottoms.
Leather pants, price available in-store, Kate Spade
Have a play at textures with these leather pants. If you’re not a fan of the brighter cherry reds, this piece is a good way out for the CNY season too.
Mini skirt, $505, Maryling
Beat the heat and flaunt your legs with this skirt. Pair it with heels to give your legs an extra lenghtening effect.
Satin-blend dress, $390, DVF
This wine-coloured mini dress is another way out for those who don’t want to get on those bright red fits. Plus, its sleeves and chic satin elevate the look to go beyond the regular mini dress.