It’s great to see Jennifer Lawrence back in action and we’re excited about her comeback. Her recent role in “No Hard Feelings” is generating a lot of buzz and she’s also making bold fashion statements. During a recent date with her husband, she sported a red off-the-shoulder sweater paired with high-waisted jeans and velvet slipper shoes. While some fashion critics are calling her footwear choice controversial and reminiscent of the 2010s, we think she looks fantastic.
Luckily, Jennifer was able to rescue her outfit by adding a touch of flair with the hottest trend of the season – a pop of red. While bold and vibrant hues like turquoise, lilac, and lime have taken center stage in fashion trends for some time now, come autumn 2023, classic colors like red are set to make a comeback.
Let me share with you an interesting fact: Red is the hue that penetrates deepest into our eyes. Whenever you gaze at something red, it travels to your brain faster than any other color in the spectrum (although yellow is a close runner-up.) This property makes it perfect for traffic lights and warning signs that necessitate speedy responses. Moreover, it’s a fantastic choice if you want to grab attention or create an impact with your attire.
Christopher Kane’s fashion show showcased a striking combination of red and glossy latex, creating an alluring and powerful look. The addition of ruffles at the peplum added an interesting texture to the overall design, making it the perfect silhouette for a stunning red dress. It appears that wearing red from head-to-toe will be a trend to watch out for in the upcoming autumn winter 2023 season. Bora Aksu’s signature frilly designs were seen in shades of tomato and crimson red, showcasing the versatility of the color. The use of chiffon and lace cleverly layered together made the dresses appear more intentional and purposeful than if they had been a softer shade like pink or pastel.
Dilara Findikoglu and Nensi Dojaka have both embraced the long red dress as a bold statement for the red carpet. Whether it’s covered up, featuring cut-outs or sheer fabrics, it looks like this trend is set to become a celebrity favorite in the latter part of the year. David Koma has deconstructed traditional fabric ideas by creating his own version of the classic Little Red Dress using high-shine flowers linked together with chains. He completed the look with red knee-high boots, gloves, and a flower choker. Meanwhile, Di Petsa showcased a goddess-like draped chiffon two-piece, proving that the trend is suitable for any body type. This is an exciting trend that we, along with J-Law, are thrilled to see gaining popularity.