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Best dressed in Hong Kong: December 2017

It’s the party season and Hong Kong’s most dapper gentlemen and perfectly put-together fashionistas have all upped their style game as they attended the many holiday parties and social functions this past month. Click ahead to find out the one-of-a-kind outfits that caught our attention this month.

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We love this lady’s (on the left) choice of shimmery sequin stripe top with bell sleeves, which works brilliantly as a contemporary alternative to sequin dresses. She also chose to pair it with wide leg pants for a modern, sophisticated touch, and embellish with statement earrings for added glamour.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail party

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It’s all about boldly patterned pantsuits in recent seasons, and Hilary Tsui has nailed the trend perfectly by opting for a floral tuxedo. She also balanced out the masculinity brilliantly by wearing it over a sexy silk v-neck camisole, before topping it off with an embellished choker for an extra blend of glamour and edge.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail party

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Stylish and sophisticated, the long-sleeve dress is the perfect choice for all occasions, and we’re loving this particular one on Lily Li (shown in the middle), which features embroideries and lace panels for a romantic flair. She chose to wear a belt bag around her waist, which not only helped define the waist, but also kept her hands-free for drinks and selfies.

See more: Hugo Boss’ ‘BOSS Underground’ party

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This black dress with a sheer bodice and lace panel offers the perfect balance of allure and sophistication, and we love how this lady on the right has brightened it up with an orange-coloured sequin jacket for a lavishly eye-catching look.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail party

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We love how Benjamin Yuen has blended formal and preppy by opting for a checked slim-fit tuxedo jacket, while Sammy Leung chose to wear a black smooth leather jacket over a sleek, black turtleneck sweater for an edgy yet refined look.

See more: Hugo Boss’ ‘BOSS Underground’ party 

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There’s no better time to go all in with the shimmer and shine than December, and actress Ariel Lin looked glamorous in this lamé dress thanks to its figure-flattering design and high-shine metallic red hue.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail party

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Leslie Tsang (shown on the right) looked fabulous in a sleek back turtleneck sweater and a glistening sequin skirt. She has also wore a pair of leather leggings underneath, before finishing off with sleek, black pointed pumps for a look that’s filled with glamour and character.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail party

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The wrap dress is known to be flattering to nearly any figure, and we love that this lady on the right has chosen a silver version that offered just the right amount of shimmer and poise to dazzle the crowd.

See more: Hugo Boss’ ‘BOSS Underground’ party 

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This one-shoulder dress with ruffled shoulder is both edgy and glamourous, and we love how this fashionista has styled it with a pair of long boots and belt bag for an extra boost of personality and style.

See more: Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s ‘Party with the Porters’ cocktail 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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