There’s long sleeve, short sleeve, bows, zippers, and all in the lovely shades of red. All blouses do come in other colors if for ANY reason you don’t like red. Click on the name of the blouse and it will take you right to the other color options and sizing information available. The other thing I love about these tops is that you can find them in sizes ranging from Small to XXXL; so YOUR size isn’t an issue.
Red is the color of extremes. It’s the color of passionate love, seduction, violence, danger, anger, and adventure. Our prehistoric ancestors saw red as the color of fire and blood – energy and primal life forces – and most of red’s symbolism today arises from its powerful associations in the past. 
Red has a huge impact on perception around the globe.
Red is one of the top two favorite colors of all people.
Red is the most popular color used on flags in the world. Approximately 77% of all flags include red.
Red is the international color for stop.
Red districts sell sex and pornography in every European culture.
The history of languages reveals that red is the first color after black and white. (All languages have words for black and white. If a third hue exists, it is red.) 
Most Japanese children draw the sun as a big red circle. 
Most Japanese children draw the sun as a big red circle.
In East Asian stock markets, red is used to denote a rise in stock prices. (Note: In North American stock markets, red is used to denote a drop in stock prices.) 
Red is an auspicious color for marriage. Brides in India and Nepal wear red saris; in Japan, a red kimono symbolizes happiness and good luck. 
Context is everything when using red. For example, when red is place on a black background, it glows with an otherworldly fire; on a white background, red appears somewhat duller; in contrast with orange, red appears lifeless. 
This is a great thing to keep in mind when paring these lovely red tops with pants and accessories. If you really want the red to POP then pair it with a dark shade of pants and black or gold accessories.
If you’d like the red to be toned down the best thing to do is pair it with khaki bottoms, white shoes, and nature tones accessories (tans, browns, eggshells, cremes, or even bleached jeans).