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. Think you’re worthy of being included? Post your most fashionable looks to Facebook or Instagram and tag #LSABestDressed and @lifestyleasiahk. In the meantime, click ahead to find out who made our Best Dressed list for October.
A leopard pattern doesn’t always have to be brown and black. Switch it up with a dress that comes in a rich burgundy shade like the one Faye is wearing, before adding a pair of long leather gloves for added sophistication and poise.
Stylish and very presentable, this suit jacket and bomber jacket hybrid is a brilliant option for anyone who’s unsure of whether to dress up or down for an occasion. Pair it with a patterned shirt in the same hue to achieve eye-catching results.
These statement-making thigh-high boots and sock boots hybrid by Fendi are sitting on top of every fashion girl’s wish list right now, and Feiping is showing just how we should rock them by wearing a long-sleeved crochet top with see-through elements for some understated sexiness.
A fashion stylist certainly knows best when its comes to nailing the dress code. Priscilla was looking like an Oriental princess at our chinoiserie-themed party, dressed in a beautiful floral ruched dress with elegant fringed hem, finished off with a Valentino bag and heels from Rupert Sanderson in matching colours.
Though not exactly dressed according to the ‘chinoiserie’ dress code, we couldn’t not pick out this fabulous looking dress on Vilka, featuring an eye-popping shade of metallic pink with a figure-hugging design as well as futuristic-looking details.
A simple play on texture can go a long way. Suki, pictured above, paired a red cotton tee with a glossy leather skirt in matching colours to form an eye-catching look, and then framed it all up with an oversized bomber jacket for a cool girl vide.
Simple basic pieces are, of course, essential to all wardrobes, but instead of going for the completely plain tees and tops, choose ones that have little extra details — like this fashionista on the right — which will offer a more interesting visual for your layering needs.
Nothing adds more personality and edge to your attire than the combination of black leather, silver buckles and zips, and not only did Sarah look gorgeous in this leather dungaree dress, she’s also cleverly softened it up by layering it over a grey turtleneck sweater for a stylish and sophisticated twist.
Many luxury brands have launched their own series of bag straps with distinctive designs that can highlight any outfit with ease. This elegant lady looked gorgeous in her simple sky blue dress with feminine bow details, complemented by minimal jewellery as well as a colourful strap design.