Raving Red for a dinner date
For a dinner date, bring your A-game by matching your pout with your shoes. And as we all know, nothing works as well as red for a date, so play around with the hue as much as you can for an unforgettable night.
Dress and Shoes: Asos.com
Victorian Rose for a client meeting
Looking to make a fabulous impression in front of your client? Take the colour blocking route. Pink is always ladylike. Contrast it with colours like cobalt blue, brown or light yellow in your clothes, and keep accessories subdued for a work-appropriate uniform.
Tuxedo romper: nastygal.com, Patent loafers: Chicnova.com
Magenta Magic for a night out
For a big night on the town, shine high by breaking all fashion rules. Pack a bolder punch by lending a finishing touch of magenta to your glamorous sequin dress. Avoid infusing any further colour into your outfit and let your pout do all the talking.
Sequin dress: koovs.com, Shoes and clutch: Asos.com
Tangerine Touch for a shopping day out
Brighten up your regular day by painting your lips tangerine. Choose to stick to basics while wearing the poppy hue for everyday occasions to avoid looking out of place.
Shorts: asos.com, T-shirt: shop.mango.com, Sunglasses: koovs.com, Moccasins and Bucket Bag: Freepeople.com.
Starlet Red for brunch with family
It is that one versatile shade that suits all occasions and goes with everything you wear. Take the ethnic route while out for Sunday brunch with family, pick a flowy kurta and wear it as a dress or with linen pants for a desi girl look.
Kurta and chappal: Indianroots.in