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When in doubt, wear red

Fashion

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In order to have a functional wardrobe, I always try to have no more than five colors in it. Four of them are constant – black, white, beige and blue, and the fifth color changes sporadically. What determines the last tint in my wardrobe is not the trends, nor my mood, but my current obsession with a certain color.

That obsession changes every 1-2 years since I was a teenager. I’ve been through orange, purple, green, pink, but the most common color I’m obsessed with is red. The color that has always dominated my choice of lipsticks has now comfortably settled on the hangers in my wardrobe in the form of dresses, shirts, bags and shoes.

Red is the most emotionally saturated and bold color and whenever I wear it I feel more attractive, feminine and confident, and we all know that confidence is what attracts attention.

I bought this dress for an occasion that I never showed up for, but I still wore it all summer, and the combo with a basket tote and sneakers is my favorite. Also, in case you haven’t noticed yet, bandanas are back and will take us back to the 2000s, when life was sweeter and music was still good.

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