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Fashionista NOW: Little Red Dresses For 2014 Chinese New Year Fashion Inspiration

CNY outfit idea series #3 continues with modern little red dresses.

The color red, according to Chinese tradition, corresponds to the fire element and symbolizes good fortune and joy.

Besides wearing traditional red cheongsam or qipao dresses on the lunar new year’s day, you can also opt to don modern red dresses.

For those looking to spruce things up a little bit this year, look for dresses with trending silhouettes.

From skater style dress styling with lace embellishments to full skirt styling rendered in classic pleats, you are bound to find a dress style or two that will flatter your natural form. The key is to experiment.

And since the old is now new again, look out for red dresses in modest pencil cut hemlines, ruffled peplums and classic full skirts with below the knee length.

If retro isn’t your thing, find red frocks with charming detailing like heart-shaped studs, cutout features and even something as subtle as puff sleeves and scallop neckline/hemline.

As always, please scroll down below to find your perfect modern red dress to wear for CNY 2014:

red strapless bandeau party dress – Bqueen

red dress – Persunmall

lace peplum dress – Furor Moda

red lace skater dress with heart studs – Dahlia

red dress – BB Dakota

red one shoulder cocktail dress – Liza Nay

red lace dress – Tadashi Shoji

Adore any of the red dresses shown above? How would you dress up for the lunar new year’s day? Do you plan to go traditional, modern or both? Share below, it’s FREE!

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