How to Wear Red if You’re a Spring

Red is the color of energy, confidence, and activity.

How to Wear Red if You're a Spring

Spring Reds are True, Clear, or Orange Reds.

Think True Red, Watermelon, and Tomato Red.

Spring Reds

How to Wear Red if You’re a Spring

If you think you might be a Spring, but aren’t sure, you can read more about Spring coloring here. Or if you’re unsure altogether, you can start from the beginning here.

The looks I’ve put together here are only examples to give you some ideas, but you can also shop the pieces shown by clicking on the links below the pictures.

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A great combination for Light Springs is watermelon paired with cream.

You might also like to add taupe, black brown, and turquoise as additional accent colors which all pair beautifully with both watermelon and cream and your Light Spring coloring.

How to Wear Red if You're a Light Spring

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For Clear Springs, true red is beautiful paired with blue and white.

You will also sparkle in black and turquoise used as additional accent colors or worn in any combination you choose as they all work well together and with your clear, bright coloring.How to Wear Red if You're a Clear Spring

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Warm Springs look amazing in tomato red paired with camel.

You can also add cream, dark brown and turquoise for perfectly put together looks. These colors blend mix and match well together and bring out the warmth in your coloring. How to Wear Red if You're a Warm Spring

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Don’t worry if you’re not a Spring, you can find looks for Summers, Autumns, and Winters here!

~ Sarena

  • It’s a really pretty color! Thanks for reading!

  • Love, love, love a watermelon red! Thanks for all the tips :-]

  • You do look good in red! I know just from your profile picture on your blog, haha! Ugh, it’s so annoying when skin doesn’t behave.

  • I do look good in red. It depends on my makeup though! Because I have rosacea in my cheeks so if I don’t cover it well, the red really brings it out. If my skin would behave I’d probably wear red more often!