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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Gifts for Party People

Late night outings require stamina and a few party essentials. Here are some fun ideas for your nocturnal friends.
 


For the Party Girls



Sanjoy metallic tiered dress ($69), Valerie Joseph, Ala Moana Center, Level 1.

 

1. 

A party girl can’t go anywhere without the basics: a great dress, high heels and a glove-box-friendly Benefit Cosmetics Her Name Was Glowla makeup kit ($36, Macy's).

Nelson Pumps ($140), Betsey Johnson, Level 2. (right)

 

 

 

2.

For serious girls nights out, faux wedding rings will keep the boys away.

 

3.

Not just for birthdays, this hat will grant you free drinks on any night of the week.

Birthday Girl Flashing Lights Tiara ($6.99) partycity.com. (right)

 

 

 

4.

After the party, bottles of makeup remover are a necessity. So is Bed Head’s After Party, which makes your blow-dried and flat-ironed dry hair look surprisingly healthy.


 

 


For the Mac Daddy’s


 

 

1.

Let him read about Tucker Max’s shocking and hilarious misadventures in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell ($15.64, amazon.com), or help him organize his own adventures with the “My Little Black Book” iPhone app ($3.99).

 

 

 

 

2.

He’ll be humming Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe on all of his dates after you gift him Barry White: All-Time Greatest Hits ($13.98, amazon.com)

 

 

 

3.

Who says it has to be sunny in order to wear a hat and sunglasses inside the club? Pimp his style with a trendy hat from Abracadabra (Ala Moana Center, Level 1), and match it with a pair of Von Zipper aviator sunglasses (Local Motion, Ala Moana Center, Level 3, $115).

 

4.

Pimp his ride with a big subwoofer that will make the ground shake like an earthquake. It’s certain to make any girl feel weak in the knees—or run the other way.


 

 

 

Posted on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 in Permalink

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This Kamehameha Schools and UH graduate manages the website for HONOLULU. In her free time she researches Hawaiian genealogy, when she’s not out and about or taking care of her 5-year-old son. She blogs about Honolulu bars, Hawaii nightlife and entertainment.



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