The Style Issue, November 9, 2023

Although there's no specific dress code for brunch, most women aim for a classy, chic aesthetic that balances between being casual and dressy. And several stylistas at Sunday's Jamaica Food + Drink Brunch In The Hills did just that, sweeping across the lawns in airy fabrics of the brightest whites and the season's top colour trends.

Page 2 The Style Issue shares highlights.

<strong id="strong-56b84514a1b1b9e483d760fbf69a93b5">Leaf of Life</strong> - Blaize Petroleum Manager Britney Williams was a scene-stealer in a sheer, palm-printed skirt set. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-786a88f6404519deef48651d543894d0">A Jolly Good Time </strong>- Guardsman Group General Manager - Marketing, Sales &amp; Customer Service Roxan Wais-Shirley played on the orange trend in this Jae Jolly number. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-5bd82514ebdf5c84d0fe0cc45c0ee852">Tier-Jerker </strong>- Myers, Fletcher &amp; Gordon partner Simone Bowie Jones wowed in a lively shade of green.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-cc38f6ae6032c1a65101e04dcf477ff7">Daily Dose Of Fab </strong>- You can always count on Consultant obstetrician-gynaecologist Mandi Elliot for a megawatt smile and stylish 'fit. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-30c5b3565fe63b79bc0aab5b1476defa">White It Is </strong>- CEO of My Time Investments Sonia Tomlinson stuck with pearly white for brunch. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-2c0dafcbe04ba53a0c0b6d3fe3e64b38">Sitting Pretty </strong>- Is it dangerous to wear an all-white outfit to brunch? Perhaps. But does this crisp Cult Gaia-inspired dress on Market Me Consulting Co-Managing Director Lyndsey McDonnough absolutely slay? Hell yeah! (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-171195aa3cd7eef073f3dccf3a5558d3">Easy breezy </strong>- NCB Digital Marketing Specialist Chantol Myers paired a PLT top with flowy pants for an easy-breezy look that flattered. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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