Kendall, Kylie, and Kris Jenner walked the runway in the Heart Truth Red Dress show during Fashion Week, and obvs, they all wore red dresses. Kendall, 17, and Kyle, 15, strutted down the catwalk in Badgley Mischka gowns, doing a cutesy hold-hand thing at the end; and Mama Kris wore a Badgley Mischka dress, as well -- a more covered up one.
Although they're often thought of as the epitome of sexy, red dresses really aren't an easy thing to pull off, friends. No, no, no. Trust me, I'm speaking from experience here. I had a dream I wore a red dress once. So, before you run out and buy the first red dress you see for Valentine's Day, here are some handy-dandy tip-a-roonies.
1. Don't go nutso. If you're wearing a red dress, keep it simple. Red is "look at me" enough. No need to go for something that has glitter and bejewels and zippers and chains. Let the color speak for itself.
2. Get the right red. Red isn't one-size-fits all, kimosabes. The red that looks good on Kendall won't necessarily look good on you if you have different coloring and hair. Try on a few shades -- maybe even 50 shades of red. You don't have to tell me, I know -- worst ever.
3. Wear red -- and just red. If you're going to do a red dress, go balls to the wall. Don't put a cardigan or a shawl or a windbreaker on over it. You want bold, remember.
4. But don't wear red shoes. Head to tow anything (unless black, and maybe white) can be kind of queso-y. There is such a thing as too much of a good thing. Most people reach for the black shoes when wearing red, but I say go for nude. Nude pumps a la Kate Middleton really do go with anything.
Do you have a favie red dress? Are you wild and craycray enough to wear red?
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