We think we know what the memo for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiere party said: wear black, look fierce. At least that's what we're guessing from the photos of last night's bash that show Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster and new housewives Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson rocking lots of the fashionable color.
Kim Richards and Lisa Rinna both stunned in classic LBDs and stacked heels, with Lisa sporting a plunging neckline.
Une photo publiée par Kyle Richards Umansky (@kylerichards18) on Nov. 11, 2014 at 9:40 PST
Lisa Vanderpump went for a long, belted black dress, that she accessorized with a pale pink and rose-adorned shrug. And who would expect less from the owner of a house called Villa Rosa?
Eileen Davidson and Kyle Richards both rocked some sexy sheer panels that showed off just a hint of their abs. Kyle also posted photos of her matching manicure with gold embellishments.
Yolanda Foster seemed to be the only Housewife who wore a two-toned dress. While her dress had a black skirt, its halter top was a beautiful taupe that offset her blond hair and porcelain complexion.
Une photo publiée par YOLANDA (@yolandahfoster) on Nov. 11, 2014 at 12:02 PST
Meanwhile, Kyle also posted a sweet photo of her and former RHOBH co-star Camille Grammer, who forwent the dress code in a sassy, bright pink number.
A photo posted by @therealcamille on Nov 11, 2014 at 11:16pm PST
The new season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres on Tuesday and promises to be filled with lots of glass-throwing, face-slapping, over-the-top moments!
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