Valentine's Day: From Massimo Giorgetti to Oscar de la Renta, here are five little red dresses you should wear on your dinner date
Valentino's knotted bow dress
What's a better to kickstart your V-day celebrations but with this beautiful number from Valentino. REDValentino's crepe dress is detailed with a knotted bow at the cutout back. White topstitching frames the pretty fluted hem and rounded neckline.
MSGM's oversized ruffle dress
Did someone say ruffles? Massimo Giorgetti named MSGM's Spring '18 collection 'Hue/Saturation' after the key you hit on Photoshop to manipulate and enhance the image's colors. Modeled on the runway in Milan with matching shoes and socks, this red dress is so vibrant that it looks like the editing bar has been turned all the way up. It's made from broderie anglaise cotton and has oversized ruffles at the sleeves.
Galvan's red silk-satin dress
"A desire for a new kind of eveningwear – modern, clean, cool – lies at the heart of Galvan," say founders Anna-Christin, Sola, Carolyn and Katherine of the inspiration behind their collections. This 'Valletta' gown is made from lustrous red silk-satin and cut on the bias in a '90s-inspired silhouette. Highlight the décolletage-framing neckline with oversized earrings.
T by Alexander Wang
Part of the label's 'Wash & Go' collection, T by Alexander Wang's red satin dress is an effortless style that - as the name suggests - you can simply slip on and go. It has flattering corset-inspired seams that accentuate the slim fit and falls to a fluid midi hem. Wear yours with pared-back accessories.
Oscar De La Renta's Tie-back wool midi dress
Oscar de la Renta's dress is spun from pure wool that's structured enough to sculpt your silhouette without feeling too heavy. This midi style is balanced by the gently fluted skirt while the open back is punctuated by a knotted panel at the waist. Complement the bold red hue with gold accessories.