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Paint the town red

Fashion stylist Marisa Grima picks three party outfits for the upcoming festive season. Complemented by the make-up and versatile hairstyles that seal the deal, here’s the complete guide to your perfect party look.

Elegant but edgy

Marisa on the clothes
This List Roma look is elegant and edgy at the same time. The black fur-lined dress, teamed with leopard-print stilettos, makes this party outfit a must for an A/W wardrobe.

Lara Steer from DSalon on the hair
This is a Chanel-inspired, softly waved bob to complete the pretty black dress and give a posh finish to the vintage party look.

Cute and demure

Marisa on the clothes
This Suiteblanco look is cute and demure. The neon colour, teamed with black edging and studs (on the shoes), combines two trends beautifully.

Lara Steer on the hair
This is a 1960s-inspired, soft, tousled and wavy Bardot look, with a side fringe. Bardot hair is very on trend for girls with long locks, plus it works well with the make-up and fun fuchsia party dress.

Not for the fainthearted

Marisa on the clothes
This Miss Selfridge look is daring and not for the fainthearted. The bare midriff, coloured lace and bling-bling collar makes it sexy and fun.

Lara Steer on the hair
The elaborate, baroque-style hair was inspired by the sophisticated elegance of the dress, and particularly the necklace/collar that brings to mind old English crown jewels.

Tips... Shasha on the make-up

This is a pin-up look, with a twist, thanks to the application of very dark lipstick, which is the latest trend this winter.

Fashion stylist Marisa Grima picks three party outfits for the upcoming festive season. Complemented by the make-up and versatile hairstyles that seal the deal, here’s the complete guide to your perfect party look.
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