The first thing you should get right whenever you put on an outfit is that it should fit you. That is the number one priority in fashion. The second most important priority you should be mindful of is the color of the pieces of your outfit.
Red is one of the rather bold colors that sends a lot of messages, but what does the color red mean when you wear it? Well, the three major areas where the color red is used abundantly are design, advertising, art, and (of course) fashion. Famous advertising examples include CocaCola campaigns and those of Virgin. In art, the color red is used to create attention, like in the famous painting The Triumph of Galatea.
The color red symbolizes love, emotion, and passion. But also rage, vigor, and control. It always depends on how dark, light, or saturated the red is that a person is wearing. Also, the cultural interpretations of red clothing can be very different.
Today am going to be showing samples of red Ankara gowns to spice up your week.
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