10 Festive Red Pieces for Chinese New Year

By Dominic Ngai, February 13, 2018

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Red is a color that stands for many things, but during Chinese New Year, it's all about happiness, good luck and prosperity. Here are some festive and stylish pieces from these top brands.

For Her

1. H&M

RMB699
hm.com

H&M Women's Fashion Red Coat

2. Zara

RMB79
zara.cn

Red striped button down shirt for Women Zara

3. adidas Originals

RMB899
adidas.com

Adidas Originals Red Sneaker Shoes for Women

4. Comme ds Garcons

RMB1,164
farfetch.cn

Comme des Garcons red white polka dot clutch purse

5. Louis Vuitton

RMB3,150
louisvuitton.cn

Louis Vuitton red scarf for women


For Him

1. Zara

RMB299
zara.cn

Zara red men's blazer

2. Nike

RMB699
zara.cn

Nike red men's high top sneaker shoes

3. Beans

RMB1,050
beams.co.jp

Beams Red Men's Jacket

4. Visvim

RMB6,690
farfetch.cn

Men's red Visvim backpack

5. Burberry

RMB2,200
burberry.cn

Men's red Burberry scarf

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