Fashion of the ball

Published: Sunday | November 11, 2012 Comments 0
Lisa Chin looked elegant in this white one-shoulder dress.
Lisa Chin looked elegant in this white one-shoulder dress.
Michele English selected this artistic floor-length gown with beaded neckline.
Michele English selected this artistic floor-length gown with beaded neckline.
The effervescent Marilyn Bennett selected just the right gown and flashed a smile to match as she acknowledged our lens.
The effervescent Marilyn Bennett selected just the right gown and flashed a smile to match as she acknowledged our lens.
Kelly Tomblin's shimmering gown a bit too revealing, some may say.
Kelly Tomblin's shimmering gown a bit too revealing, some may say.
Novelet Moore's gown in earth-tone animal print worked well, accessorised with a red evening purse.
Novelet Moore's gown in earth-tone animal print worked well, accessorised with a red evening purse.
Barbara Barnaby departed from the traditional ballroom-type gown but this fashionable print sheath dress worked for her.
Barbara Barnaby departed from the traditional ballroom-type gown but this fashionable print sheath dress worked for her.
Ro-Yen Chin's figure-hugging dress in royal blue suited her well.
Ro-Yen Chin's figure-hugging dress in royal blue suited her well.
Linnette Chin-McDonald's gown was fabulous and she wore it well.
Linnette Chin-McDonald's gown was fabulous and she wore it well.
Danielle Brown in a fetching canary strapless gown captured the spotlight at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Annual Charity Ball at The Jamaica Pegasus on Saturday, December 3.
Danielle Brown in a fetching canary strapless gown captured the spotlight at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Annual Charity Ball at The Jamaica Pegasus on Saturday, December 3.

Flattering couture was on display at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce's Annual Charity Ball at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.

The evening dresses and ball gowns came in luxurious fabrics of varying colours and textures - from chiffon to velvet, to satin, taffeta and organza.

They also came in varying styles - full, flared skirt, strapless bodice, silhouette/sheath, mermaid, A-line, trumpet shaped, straps, strapless and halters. They were fabulous ... well those that had our lens clicking.

Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

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