Lucky Red Resort Wear For Chinese New Year Jetsetters

Lucky Red Resort Wear For Chinese New Year Jetsetters

If Marie Kondo has taught us one thing, it’s to only pack things for holidays that spark joy. Whimsical fashion jewellery, easy dresses, fabulous tops, and flattering swimwear are a few things that always make it into our suitcase. Chinese New Year is one of our favourite holidays of the year and a quick getaway is a perfect prescription for the January blues. Speaking of blues, nothing looks better against turquoise oceans, azure infinity pools and Tiffany-hued Parisian doors than a splash of vibrant red. Think statement cocktail earrings, vibrant dresses, a few chic cover-ups, and you’re halfway on your holidays already—and we’ve got you sorted with the essential shopping list of luxe red resort wear. Happy year of the pig and happy shopping.

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Scarlet Swimwear

From sultry silhouettes to frilled and fabulous, these red swimsuits and bikinis are the perfect poolside piece or seaside stunner.

See also: 15 Luxury One-Piece Swimsuits To Stun In The Sun This Summer

Crimson Clothing

Nobody forgets a red dress, whether its elegant eveningwear or a relaxed beach coverup. Edging more to vermillion over rosé? There’s a shade of red for every style.

See also: Fashion Fix: Jo Ellison’s Holiday Wardrobe Staple Is A Cult 90’s Throwback

Auburn Accessories

A little colour shy? Take a more conservative approach to your styling with a statement ruby handbag, or garnet glasses: it’ll liven up the most monotone holiday look.

See also: The Best Holiday Watches And The Wellness Resorts To Wear Them At

Dervla Louli

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Dervla Louli is the Founder of wellness travel portal CompareRetreats.com and a Digital Editorial Consultant based in Hong Kong. She was formerly the Digital Editor of Hong Kong Tatler, the Director of Integrated Content at Edipresse Media Asia and the Managing Editor of Sassy Media Group. She has moderated events at The British Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong University and Swire Hotels, and was the youngest panel member invited to speak at the Goldman Sachs' International Luxury Conference in 2013. She is a member of the Global Shaper Community, part of the World Economic Forum and a certified yoga teacher.

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