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Girl's guide to wearing red any day of the year even Valentine's Day

Hey, global fashionistas, have you ever wondered what happens when one wears red? Or better yet, why wear red?

Girl's guide to red: Dresses
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Diane von Furstenberg red dress 2014
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Feng Shui consultant Gwynne Warner of 10,000 Blessings Feng Shui recommends wearing red for protection, prosperity (Wealth) and to attract money.

How so? It’s understood red can be a challenge for some skin tones, however, red stimulates action, protection, and money.

Rodika Tchi for Feng Shui says, “Red color carries the energy of the fire feng shui element. Fire has always been a symbol of divine energy and can be both destructive and creative. Fire represents the energy of sun and life. A balanced feng shui fire element in your home and wardrobe will bring joy, excitement and strong sexual desire.”

Really? Yes, wear red to attract abundance and prosperity.

Business writer Jenna Goudreau for Forbes writes, “Corporate style consultant Jacqui Stafford says wearing a rich, deep color like red commands respect, gets you noticed and shows that you’re a risk taker.”

Truly, there are endless ways to wear red, so why not master the art. Red chiffon ball gowns, shift dress for work, red polka dots, lace and bandage wrapped evening dresses are no fashion mistakes.

Here’s an every girl’s guide to wearing red from hat to heels any day of the year, even Valentine’s Day:

  • Boots, ballet flats and pumps
  • Handbags, backpacks and clutches
  • Hats, scarves and ruby red jewelry
  • Shift dresses, cocktail and ball gowns
  • Tee shirts, shorts and red skinny jeans
  • Overcoats, Moto jackets and cardigan sweaters
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