'Personal style' was the order of the day (or should that be night?) for patrons at Hennessy Fridays, Wet Sundays and Appleton May Daze. From bright colours to hot accessories, the style aficionados were in action. (Photos:


Lady in Red: It was time to turn up the heat for this partygoer, who was red hot from head to toe in a long-sleeved mesh top with matching tights and sneakers.

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Good In'vest'ment: This lady transformed a simple black ensemble by adding a classic tailored vest. She completes her look with a gold purse and complementing accessories.

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Link Up: This red-hot body suit is sure to turn heads. Short and sassy, it features a silver hood and puff sleeves at the wrists. Who needs jewellery, when there's grommet detailing and silver chains?

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Graphic Artist: A crisp white shirt is taken to the next level with a colourful graphic print. Finishing off the look is a white straw fedora, trimmed with black and white, and the all-important "bling" on the wrist.

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That's a Wrap: This fashionable take on a wrap top is paired with chic denim cargos and black ankle boots.

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Purrr-fect: Break up a monochrome outfit by adding accessories that stand out. She finds the perfect balance with a leopard-print scarf and red handbag.

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