Gong hey fat Choy! You’ll probably hear a lot of that when you walk the street this February 16th. It’s the Chinese New Year also known as the Lunar new year, the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. The celebration is typically marked by parades, family gatherings, and lots of delicious food.
Like any major holiday, celebrations and traditions may vary, but a very common sight with any Lunar New Year festivity is the emergence of red and gold in decorations and outfits. Crimson is said to ward off bad luck and evil spirits such as the mythological creature, nian. Looking scarlet good is an unwritten rule for any lunar new year’s party, so if you’re still trying to figure out what to wear, we have a great idea for you!
If you’d like a modern, sassy and yet sophisticated number that sits comfortably in the middle and flatters most figures, opt for this gorgeous red stud!
Flare dress with a touch of belle sleeve give a sense of simple and fresh touch.
This fitting round neckline chic dress which comes in a brilliant shade of crimson has a beautiful fluffy shoulder sleeve to make you look both glamorous and tastefully sensuous.
Not forgetting to match with the unlimited number of shoes and accessories to inspired. Enjoy yourselves and have a happy Lunar new year!