Red with envy. It’s the way Berla Mundi is giving Valentine’s Day heat in fashion.

It’s no news that every woman should have at least one red dress in her wardrobe as it would come in handy someday for a particular occasion.

In fashion, red is associated with elegance, class, and power, but slaying in a black dress depends on how you dress up for that event. The style cut and accessories also matter when stepping out in a red dress.

When it comes to styling a red dress, the possibilities are endless. Especially in this Valentine season, the dominant color to rock is that awesome red dress.

Valentine’s Day goes farther than getting the right gift and picking the right spot for your date. You also need to lock down your outfits in case you’re going for a vacation, but if it’s just a date, you still need to look great.

Stepping out in an amazing outfit on Valentine’s Day can be confusing especially when you’re late on searching for the best styles to rock. One colour we know you can’t go wrong with on February 14 is red.

The colour, red is the representation of romance and charm. Since Valentine’s Day is almost here, you’re going to find this colour almost everywhere.

Valentine’s Day is another opportunity to dress up in a dashing outfit to impress that special someone.

Ghanaian style influencer and fashion icon, Berla Mundi is never one to shy away from making an impact in the fashion stakes.

Whenever she steps out, she makes sure all eyes are focused on her.

In her latest post, the style icon is rewriting her own fashion rules and we are glued to her page for the next post.

While most celebrities did a look for Valentine’s Day, Berla peppered us with four different looks from designer Yartel Gh.

She kept her beauty very bold yet looked simple, wearing her voluminous tresses, flawless makeup, and colour-coordinated manicure to match the dresses.

Get yourself in the mood by rocking these outfits on your date or on the red carpet the next Valentine’s Day.

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