Would You Wear Head-to-Toe Red Like Heidi Klum?

12/22/2010 at 04:00 PM ET

Would You Wear Head-to-Toe Red Like Heidi Klum?Johns PkI/Splash News Online

We’re used to Heidi Klum taking fashion risks on and off the red carpet, but when she popped up during New York Fashion Week back in September wearing this bold monochromatic look, we did a double-take! The supermodel and Project Runway host rocked the vibrant scarlet hue from head-to-toe, from her three-piece suit to her heels! We love bold color (and it’s going to be everywhere for spring!), but we wonder: Is this red-hot look a little bit too coordinated, or is it a fun way to play with color? We want to know what you think. Tell us: Would you wear Heidi’s monochromatic look? Vote below!

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Kim on

Red is my favorite color, but this is a bit much. Would have looked better with a pair of black pants.

Emily-Rose on

No way. Too matchy-matchy.

MM on

Red is a color for the fierce and sexy. And head to toe red is only for those who can pull it off — like Heidi. I’d do the same thing in a hot red moment.

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Ali on

well i aint that strong but every man has some Captain in them i mean som brute tstengrh so i would use that and push Seal away to the ground (hopefully he bumps is head and goes unconcious otherwise im screwed if he gets up ) and live happily ever after, the end.Enjoy the rest of ur nite

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