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How to Wear Red and Pink Together (And Look More Modern!)

Red and Green may be the traditional holiday colors, but this Christmas you’ll look more modern in red and pink!

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Here’s a cute sweater I just bought to show you what I mean.

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Red and pink have been trending for a while, but if you are not used to wearing a lot of color, this may seem like a wild mix. However, it’s actually quite doable when you wear a single color blocked piece. This perky color blocked sweater combines 3 shades of red: hot pink, poppy and burgundy.  Think of it as your statement piece!

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Mixing these shades, tone on tone creates a bold, fresh and youthful look.

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Of course, the style of the sweater helps make it look modern too. The long tunic length and chunky knit also adds to the hip look and feel.

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I’ve paired this tunic sweater with jeans and my favorite Stuart Weitzman cranberry suede boots.  For a less dramatic look, just wear black boots or booties.

colorblock tunic sweater

Of course red, pink and burgundy always enhance a woman’s complexion.  These colors can’t help but give you a lovely glow in the drab winter.

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Don’t you love those bell sleeves? They’re very festive, and I think the chic mock neck is so much more flattering than wearing a high turtleneck over 40.

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Whether you wear this sweater while you are trying to untangle your Christmas lights (LOL),  or when you are going out to a friend’s for a Holiday party, you’ll look like one stylish Christmas fashionista in this cute and cozy color blocked tunic sweater!

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To shop the look, click the links above. It’s on sale now. Check it out.

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