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(ˈɒksˌblʌd) or

oxblood red

(Colours) of a dark reddish-brown colour



a deep, dull red color.


[ˈɒksblʌd] ADJde color rojo oscuro
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Whatever the reason, it's very good news, because the shops are now full of the ravishing hue, from oxblood to tomato, in everything from shoes to suits.
Roksanda went for oxblood and crimson, at Prada it was pure scarlet, while Victoria Beckham and Molly Goddard plumped for brightest tomato.
They are available in four colours, including this oxblood red, priced PS240, add on PS40 for a webbing shoulder strap, cambridgesatchel.
The actor is seen dressed in a brown turtle neck sweater with an oxblood colour-velvet suit, along with matching velvet oxblood trousers.
While the Grand Edition of 1877-83 had its cover richly colored in red and gold, this one is in ivory and oxblood.
The signature stripes, characteristic of British education and Oxbridge colleges, are printed across fluid silk twills and crisp knits, in old-school, collegiate scarf colours: oxblood, navy and racing green, with brilliant shots of peregrine-beak yellow.
COLOR Choose a rich color palette balanced with neutrals, such as oxblood red, black and navy paired with cream and gray.
While I can't remember the name of the stain, but it has not only failed to fade, it may be a bit too reddish or oxblood in color.
AI LOVE coloured leather, navy and dark green are both great but this Oxblood A-line skirt caught my attention and it's the perfect shape for | JOANNE is a stylist and personal shopper with more than 12 years experience in the fashion industry.
Sneakers are produced with hi-shine leathers in new shades of forest green and deep oxblood.
From raunchy rouge to vampy oxblood, red has made a serious comeback on the catwalks, so take your pick of the shades.