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Between Nana Akua, Zynnell, Juliet And Nana Ama Checkout Who Wore Red Dresses Best

Red is strong. Red is controversial. Red is fashionable. Red can look extremely stylish if worn right.

The color signifies physical energy, passion, desire and confidence. When a beautiful red fabric is used to create gorgeous styles to suit the body shape of ladies, the result have always been outstanding.


Today I will be sharing moments four gorgeous Ghanaian celebrities I selected rocked red on two different occasions. It's up to you to choose who wore it best for you at the end of it. So I will begin in no particular order please.

Nana Ama McBrown Mensah

The beautiful actress and TV host has proven overtime that she is also a fashion icon in her own way. Known to love the local print so much. She also rock well tailored English wear when the need arise. Checkout two times she stepped out in two different red dresses:

Zynnell Zuh

The goddess of beauty is hands down one of those that put Ghana out there when it comes to slaying on and off red carpet. The actress is no doubt a fashion icon as well. See two times she rocked red dresses:

Juliet Ibrahim

This beautiful and well structured damsel never disappoints when it comes to fashion. The actress, author, influencer, entrepreneur and philanthropist is also one of those to look out for whenever there is a gathering of celebrities. Two times she rocked red dresses:

Nana Akua Addo

She is not called Ghana red carpet queen for nothing. Nana turn heads at events. She wowed both colleagues, fans and even international colleagues with her top notch fashion styles. The beautiful mother of two has received several accolades at awards and red carpet events including Glitz Style and City People Entertainment Awards

Check her out in red:


That's it! So tell me who did it for you among these ladies?

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