Painting the town red! Lady Victoria Hervey dons scarlet jumpsuit with VERY daring neckline on night out at Tramp private members club in Mayfair
Lady Victoria Hervey stunned in a plunging v-neck scarlet jumpsuit as she stepped out in London for a night on the tiles.
The socialite, 46, donned the bright red outfit, paired with a shiny black blazer, on her way into Tramp private members club on Friday night.
With her blonde tresses styled in loose, bouncy curls and flowing down her shoulders, she wore simple diamond stud earrings.
On her feet, Lady Victoria opted for pointed black suede pumps and she carried a black quilted handbag on her shoulder which appeared to be a Chanel classic style.
She cut a sultry figure in the daring jumpsuit, just a day after she donned a black off-shoulder gown with a cut-out waist to attend the Dungeons & Dragons premiere.
Painting the town red! Lady Victoria Hervey, 46, donned a bright scarlet jumpsuit as she arrived at Tramp private members club
Posing on the red carpet, she showed her sense of humour stood next to a knight in full shining armour, in line with the themes of the film.
The star wore her blonde tresses loose but styled with an elegant curl with the front strands pulled forward to frame her face.
She chose to take her make-up up a level for the event, choosing glam black eye liner and a rosy lip with a sweep of blush across her cheeks.
Whereas on Thursday the socialite opted for a statement red lip, her clubbing look featured a smokey eye paired with nude tones.
The socialite, who once dated Prince Andrew, was a flash of colour in the red outfit as she arrived at the exclusive venue
Lady Victoria’s jumpsuit had a plunging neckline and a wide leg fit, with detailing across the bust
The socialite paired the jumpsuit with a pair of pointed black pumps and layered with a shiny black blazer
Layering up: Lady Victoria Hervey wore a long black dust coat on top of her black blazer ahead of her arrival
The socialite turned back to face the camera as she entered the nightclub as she carried her quilted bag on her shoulder
The Tramp private members club has hosted some very famous faces over the years, from Mick Jagger (a founding member) to Princess Anne.
And Lady Victoria’s former flame Prince Andrew was known to be a regular at the club with Sarah Ferguson while they were married.
Tramp was launched in 1969, five years after its rival Annabel’s opened its doors – but whereas the Berkeley Square establishment championed perfectionism, Tramp was known for its more relaxed vibe.
When it first opened, male guests at Tramp didn’t need to wear a tie, and female guests tended to under-dress.
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