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Fashionista NOW: Red Tropical Print Blouse Ideas For Your CNY 2018 OOTD

Red Tropical Print Blouse Ideas For Your CNY 2018 OOTD

To welcome the year of the Earth Dog with style, let’s punctuate your LOTD on top with some hot red stamped with tropical motif!

Celebrating the love for Mother Nature and the highly-attractive color red, what better way than to wear a blouse that nails both.

Scouring for statement red tops that carry a splash of tropical leaves and petals, I found FOUR with distinct designs that can make for the top part of your party OOTD for the Lunar New Year as well as throughout 2018 and beyond. Being able to wear something on repeat is a vital consideration when I shop and because mindful consumption truly matters, I chose to highlight versatile red printed tops you can wear anywhere and anytime!

The red tops you will see down below has little design details that I love and I hope you will enjoy the selection.


Boat Neck Red Asymmetric Floral Top


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Red Floral Cold Shoulder Top


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Red Floral Front Knot Blouse


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Tropical Leafy Print Red Off Shoulder Top


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Which patterned red blouse would you love to wear to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018? Share below – I’d love to know.

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