Paint the town red for your Valentines day in red outfits as seen on these 12 style influencers

Wahala for who no rock red for Valentine’s day 2021 because it’s going to be a pretty memorable day for most girls.

The fashion gurus have a few tips and tricks on their sleeves on how to rock the colour red for a night out with a special person or maybe your tribe.

READ MORE: Class of 2020: The 40 best dressed women of the year

Whatever the case, make the evening special by picking a look that accentuates your body and gets heads turning.

Joselyn Dumas, Chioma, Jackie Appiah, Serwaa Amihere and Sharon Oja are all featured in this crash course on how to look irresistible for your date on the 14th.

Check out the looks and get inspired rocking your red.


Queen_serere

Dress @prettylittlething
Shoes @sheinofficial
More details on my @liketoknow.it
πŸ“Έ tonton @yvestassy


Chiomagoodhair

πŸ‘— @trishocouture
πŸ’πŸ½β€β™€οΈ @goodhairltd
πŸ“Έ @kgpixels

Duta_atem

Dress: @jarlolondon
Visuals:@tellysvision__ @r.vibes95

Sharonooja 

Stylist: @dahmola
Dress: @somobysomo
Makeup:@makeupkwin
Hair:@cmhairbyhills
Hair:@adefunkeee @patricksbeautyzone
Diamonds:@bozdiamonds
Photography:@olasunkanmi_iroko



Ashwaaqfidar

@inqlude_


Khlara_styled_it

Top @sheinofficial
Leggings @fashionnova
Wig @wigclub

Akai Kotei

Dress: @vivaboutiquegh
Stylist :@thestylennovatorteam
πŸ“Έ : @sonyaddo

Miiimiii_e

ofuure


Jackie Appiah

Hair @rosietheglamfactory
Outfit @lokita_official
Styled by @bveystyling
MUA @cheeks_nbrows
Picture @gregdomphotography_official

Joselyn Dumas

@shebybena

Serwaa Amihere

Estaregrams

Dress: @ohpolly

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