Celebrity Fashion

Monochrome and Revealing Outfits for Marquee’s Dom Pérignon Masquerade Ball

Sydney nightclub Marquee held its inaugural Dom Pérignon Masquerade Ball over the weekend, with Australia’s favourite socialites pulling out some revealing outfits for the event. While most getups stuck to a monochromatic colour palette, the wardrobe choices didn’t fall short of complete sex appeal.

Short hemlines, exposed midriffs, harsh leathers, plunging necklines and thigh splits dominated the high-profile night, hosted by social media sensations and models Renee Somerfield and Sheridyn Fisher. See below the sexiest outfits from the event.

Felly Irvine Marquee Ball

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Former The Voice contestant and Hi-5 band member Fely Irvine showed off her amazing figure and skin tone in a slim-fitting Bec & Bridge black dress. She upped the sexy ante with revealing side cuts and a plunging neckline, taking the look to another level.

Isabelle Cornish Marquee Ball

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With that smile, Isabelle Cornish will probably always look innocent. But the Puberty Blues starlet roughened it up with a leather biker jacket over a drop-waist white mini and pointed-toe heels.

Renee Somerfield Sheridyn Fisher Marquee Ball

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With bodies like these, skin should definitely be flaunted. Models and hosts for the night, Sheridyn and Renee, stepped out in maxi skirts and matching crops. While the midriff-baring outfits are revealing, we’ve seen both of these models in much less, including the time Renee stripped down for PETA.

Tully Smyth Marquee Ball

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It’s rare to spot former Big Brother housemate Tully Smyth in anything that doesn’t show off her petite and always tanned body. Here we see the blond bombshell in a mullet dress with contrasting blacks, ensuring there’s a little bit of coverage at the back. The silver accessories polish off the look, with a statement gypsy necklace, arm cuff, rings and spike detailing on her open-toe booties.