It’s possible you simply need to determine whether you can wear cool colours or are a warm colour person. Then you can choose the type of red that will suit you. Unless of course your skin’s base tone is a strongly ‘red.’ For me, i can’t wear any yellow because my undertone is yellow and I look jaundiced!
I do like the top photo, especially the skirt, but the second one is what I love. Her short hair and bold red dress with the folds is something I'd love to wear! Plus the shoes and jacket complete it so perfectly.
Both of these are really nice photos. I like what both women are wearing. Very simple, but any thing but plain.
The framing, pose and colors are wonderful in the second shot. There are some really nice lines and shapes to the overall composition. The bold colors are eye-catching but sit well in the photo. Once again, nice work!
I dig both jackets shown here. They have a more boxy kind of style that Im feeling right now. It seems like all the new jackets in stores I can afford are still cut in the style of the past 10 years which is overtly feminine and embelished with some annoying extra thing. Time to hit the thrift stores.
the best thing about these pictures is the relation of the person to the background. in the first, it looks like that chair was placed there just for her! in the second, her red skirt against the blue and grey-blue colors of the background is amazing.
How can aynone respond reasonably to that question? Cheap shoes aren’t going to last very long. Remember the old adage, You get what you pay for. You have to chose whether you want to spend $ 15 a month on shoes or over $ 100 and get a pair that will last a few years. Don’t buy shoes made in Asia or Latin America.