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Fashionista NOW: Red Dress Inspiration For Chinese New Year 2013

Are you wondering what to wear for Chinese New Year? Here’s a roundup of pretty red dresses worn by lookbookers that will turn heads and ensure that you look most demure in photos.

Okay, maybe all you want to do is be the focus of attention come family reunion get-together. Or perhaps your grandma won’t let you gain entry into her house unless you’re wearing your best dress. Whatever it is, all you want to do is to celebrate Chinese New Year with your family and closest friends in style as well as in a good spirit, of course.

Wearing a traditional Chinese dress like the qipao or cheongsam is the safest and most elegant way to style up your wardrobe for a day of celebration.

If you can’t find the right traditional dress at the last minute, my advice is to just get any type of dress in monochromatic red that fits you best. Pick one with a pencil cut silhouette if you want your look to exude a retro vibe.

Otherwise, a dress with a swinging A-line skirt, accented with peplum or lace does the job equally well.

For an inspiration on the types of red dress perfect for wear on Chinese New Year, do have a quick scroll down below:

dress by Clothes For The Goddess

dress by Motelrocks

skater dress by Club Couture

red dress by Banner Barrett

dress by Asos

red peplum dress by Red Stripes Boutique

So, ladies, have you decided on what to wear yet? Are you sticking with traditional costumes this year or will you wear a dress that has a modern spin? Share below.

Get in the mood for Chinese New Year with these traditional Chinese dress inspiration here.

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