What to Wear With Red Pants

We all know that red pants are a bold, statement-making choice. But what to wear with red pants? It’s a question we hear often.

The good news is that you don’t need to be an expert in fashion to pull off this look. All you have to do is follow these simple tips:

1. Make sure your top is black or white: Black and white are classic colors and will go with any type of bottom. If you’re going for a more casual look, try denim or khakis; if you’re going for something more formal, opt for a crisp button-down shirt or blouse.

2. Don’t try to match the color of your shoes too closely: You want people to notice the pants, not your shoes! So if you wear red shoes, make sure they aren’t too similar in color (or just wear flats instead).

3. Go for neutral accessories: Your purse and jewelry should complement but not compete with your outfit—so stick with silver or gold pieces if possible (or just leave them at home altogether!).

Red pants are such a fun color, but they can be hard to wear. Here are our best tips for wearing red pants (or any color) to make sure you look great and feel good!

1. Make sure your outfit is cohesive

The first step in wearing red pants is to make sure that the rest of your outfit looks great with them. If you’re wearing a button-down shirt, don’t pair it with jeans—try something more formal like a pair of slacks instead. And if you’re going for a more casual look, go for a piece that has some texture or pattern (like an animal print). This way, your outfit will look intentional and complete—not like you just threw on whatever was closest at hand!

2. Don’t be afraid of prints or patterns

One thing we love about red pants is that they give us an excuse to put on prints or patterns that we might not normally wear—and this can help make sure that our outfits are still cohesive even when they have different styles! For example: You can pair your red pants with a striped shirt and then add some jewelry with circles or triangles on it; these shapes will still work together even though they come from different parts of the color wheel!

Pam

I am Fashion Stylist and Blogger. I'm writing about fashion trends for women, outfit ideas, and how to pair clothes, and I will help you to find wardrobe staples and must-have accessories.

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