Celebrities always look stunning in their red dresses. Here are some of the most iconic red dresses worn by celebrities of our times.
Audrey Hepburn, 1957
Hepburn insisted that Hubert de Givenchy design all her clothes for Funny Face, saying simply, “His are the only clothes in which I am myself.” Good thing the producers agreed, because the designer’s red gown lent itself to the most unforgettable wardrobe moment of the film.
Bella Hadid, 2016
Granted, it was just week’s back, but we’re still thinking about the red dress ELLE’s June 2016 cover star wore at the Cannes Film Festival. It’s silk, it’s Alexandre Vauthier, and it laughs in the face of wardrobe malfunctions.
Marilyn Monroe, 1956
What a lady! What a dress! Monroe always looked best in her red dresses. Gentlemen prefer blondes!
Jennifer Lawrence, 2011
2011 was one of those rare years when Jennifer Lawrence wasn’t nominated for an Oscar, but she still stole the headlines in this Calvin Klein Collection gown. Sleek, minimal, all-American greatness.
Michelle Obama, 2013
The first lady made a bold move by wearing the same designer for her second inaugural ball as she did for the first (Jason Wu). The second time around, she chose a standout shade of “victory red” that’s carved a spot out in our memory for good.
For the 2013 Grammys, Rihanna chose an Azzedine Alaïa gown that’s ladylike and elegant but also wonderfully dramatic and showstopping with that train.
Princess Diana, 1995
While married to Charles, Diana used to wear British designers exclusively. But post-separation from Charles in 1992, she wore Italian labels like Versace and French designs.
Elizabeth Taylor, 1987
This look. Those shoulders. Pure ’80s gloriousness.
Find Stunning Red Dresses On Amazon
Here are some truly awesome red dresses you will find on Amazon.
Round Neck Short Sleeve Pleated Lace Slim Dress
This dress is so cute and feels and looks expensive! You are sure to fall in love with this instantly. This is a lace above knee mini from Amoluv. It has O-Neck. You will also find this dress in Black and Blue.
Taffeta Retro Cocktail Dress
This is a stunning 1970s solid red cocktail dress that features a princess cut bodice in taffeta fabric. The simple retro design is perfect as a prom dress, evening dress, bridesmaid dress and formal dress for any kind of classy and stylish occasion. The full gathered skirt can fit a petticoat underneath. Concealed back zip fastening. Dress is fully lined to keep you comfortable all day. It also has two side pockets to keep your necessity handy.
Casual Deep- V Neck Sleeveless Vintage Maxi Dress
This long style dress with sexy see though back designing is sure to make you a head-turner. Wear this for your evening parties, in the outdoors and for casual occasions. It is 100% nylon. Hand-wash only and temperature below 68℉!
Halter Tops Sexy Dress Floor Length Evening Dress Red
This long sexy dress is made of polyester fibre. The dress draws the eye up and flatters features like your arms and collarbone. It weighs about 300g.
Sleeveless Double Spaghetti Strap V-Neck Chiffon Casual Waist Dress
This dress really works for petite women and it’s easy to wear and not see-through at all. You can dress up or dress down. It looks great with a lightweight blazer/cover up, necklace, and high heeled sandal shoes. Excellent value, especially for the price!