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Best dressed in Hong Kong: April 2018

There’s no doubt that Hong Kong is one very stylish city — just take a quick glance around on the street and you’ll see more dapper gentlemen and perfectly put-together fashionistas than you can count. And of course, Hongkongers dress to the nines for the many parties and social functions that fill our diaries every month, catching the spotlight with their one-of-a-kind fashions. That’s why, every month, we select the most stylish ladies and gents in town. Click ahead to find out who made our Best Dressed list for April.

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Pair a velvet playsuit with ruffled pants, before topping it off with a pyjama blazer and long drop earrings like Merry So, to achieve a sexy and feminine look of effortless sophistication and elegance.

Related: IWC’s 150th anniversary pop-up store grand opening party

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Wearing two shirts in one look? Why not. We love Ivan Lui‘s choice of mixing-and-matching a white shirt with neck tie, belted and rolled up pinstripe trousers, and velvet slippers with socks, before pulling the whole look together with a second white shirt with unique detailing and longer silhouette for added harmony and visual interest.

Related: Joyce | Lane Crawford x Thom Browne’s pop-up launch party

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The rapidly rising temperature signals the time for lighter garments, and we adore this shirt dress on Nicola Cheung for its one-shoulder design and pinstripe print in mustard yellow. She chose to wear it over a beautiful beige coloured skirt with handkerchief hem, before topping off with a pair of white beaded earrings, Roger’s Vivier’s Viv’ Cabas mini bag and pointed mules, also in mustard yellow, for an elegant and contemporary appeal.

Related: Roger Vivier’s La’Bel collection exhibition launch

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A great piece of statement jewellery can work wonders. We love Esther Sham‘s choice of long pearl necklace, which instantly adds a boost of refinement and grace to her casual chic combination of black top with bell sleeves and flared-leg jeans.

Related: Joyce | Lane Crawford x Thom Browne’s pop-up launch party

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These fashionable three caught our eyes at the Alexander McQueen party, and we particular adore the lady in the middle who went for a play of fabric and texture to highlight her all-black attire, with a crystal choker and bold lip colour lighting up the ensemble.

The gent on the right also did a good job of layering a printed camp collar shirt over a plain t-shirt, before tucking them both into his belted trousers in a strong brown shade, resulting in a strong and presentable attire.

Related: Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection launch party

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This gentleman on the left is showing us how to stand out from the office crowd by choosing a grey suit in pink windowpane lines, worn over a crisp white shirt without a tie for a stylish, slightly paired-back appeal.

Related: Joyce | Lane Crawford x Thom Browne’s pop-up launch party

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This lady on the right demonstrates how you can turn three plain and casual garments into a fashionable attire by mastering the art of layering. We also love how she highlighted the look by wearing a pair of bold red socks with pumps, before topping it off with a pair of earrings with a playful design.

Related: Joyce | Lane Crawford x Thom Browne’s pop-up launch party

Cindie Chan

Style Editor

Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.

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