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Red is currently my favorite color! Whether it’s just a red bag, a scarf, red lips, or a red dress or a red sweater as statement piece – the outfit is an eye-catcher! But I know that not everyone is loving this color. But since I really believe that red, depending on the tone, suits everyone I wanted to give you lots of styling inspiration with two looks of mine and a few more looks from the ethical fashion community (Disclaimer: Almost all links are affiliate links, I’ve included at the bottom what that means).

Another quick info, the photos of the first outfit were made in Serbia, with the photographer Enki

I love chic, cute flower dresses and especially in red they are super special. However, since I’m more of a relaxed fashionista, I actually often style my dresses with my sneaker Ethletics! Of course, the look also works with chic high-heels (it’s just a lot fancier then), but it’s not so suitable for my busy running around everyday life, haha. The dress is a bit older and you have probably already seen it a few times here on the blog and on my Instagram. But I do not always want to show you new clothes. That would not represent my Slow Fashion concept. At the same time, I am very often asked for a link to the dress, so I’ve linked kind of similar (unfortunately, the selection is currently not very large, better check out second hand stores) models:



Here I am wearing a super simple and typical combo: Red & Black! For many, the contrast might be too harsh, but I really like the combination, whether for winter or for summer! I’m wearing a vegan bag by Denise Roobol, a sweater by Jan’n June (PR sample, from the new collection, but wash it before you wear it, otherwise the color will quickly stain your light clothes!), as well as a relatively old skirt by Maas nature (I just LOVE it, my all time favorite mini skirt, as it fits SO well). I rounded it all off with my Pinatext sandals, which I’ve been wearing VERY much since last summer. I had them with me in Bali and they really went through a lot! By the way, the earrings are from the ethical fashion label Kaligarh. The exact earrings can be found here (PR Sample, Affiliate Link), as well as my report on the company (I visited Kaligarh in Nepal) here!

Since these are just two simple looks and I really wanted to show a lot of inspiration on how to easily integrate the color red into your outfits, here are a few outfit more styles by the ethical fashion community: 


Kristen Leo – Red on Red

Get the look:


Kunstkinder – Red Shoes

Get the look:


Anna Laura Kummer – Relaxed LA Style

Get the look:


Dariadaria – Red all over

Get the look:


Justinekeptcalmandwentvegan – Minimalist


Stryletz – Elegant Red



Which look of all these outfits do you like the most???

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  1. Ich bin genau eine von denen, die glaubt, sie könnte rot nicht tragen. 😉 Das höchste der Gefühle, wo ich rot an mich heran lasse ist meine rote Casio-Uhr. Und die habe ich auch nur, weil ich sie richtig günsig bei ella-juwelen im Sale gesehen hatte. Sonst hätte ich das nie ausprobiert. Aber als Accessoire gefällt mir die Farbe inzwischen richtig gut. Die Outfits, die du hier zeigst sind aber allesamt wirklich richtig schön! Vielleicht muss ich mich auch einfach nochmal an die Farbe heran trauen und es ausprobieren..