How To Wear Chili Pepper - 3 Outfit Ideas
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3 Ways To Wear Chili Pepper

3 Ways To Wear Chili Pepper

Chili Pepper is a medium to deep red. It is a universal color and can be worn whether you have cool or warm undertones. If you love this color but it just doesn't flatter you, wear this red color as a bottom or accessory. 

I've pulled together 3 outfit ideas using the same Chili Pepper top to inspire you this week.

You may also enjoy the following posts that show you more inspiration for wearing red:

Outfit Idea #1

I love this pairing because it is so unexpected. There is also a trending mustard yellow this season that would be very interesting paired with this bright red.

Outfit Idea #2

This is a more monochromatic look and yet has an edgy feel to it. The pink shown here is on the cool side but you can easily pair Chili Pepper with a warmer pink.

Outfit Idea #3

Pairing bright red with a neutral is always safe. You can quickly ground this bright color with taupes, denim, greys or camel browns.

Try it out and share a pic on our Facebook Page. Look for the post with the 3 Ways To Wear Image and post your pic in the comments. Make sure to LIKE the page (thank you). Let's inspire each other to try something new!

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Jennifer Vax

Jen Vax is the founder of Your Color Style. She is a best selling author, speaker, artist and entrepreneur. She helps women learn how to wear color in a way that expresses their true nature. Take the FREE color analysis quiz to get started.
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