15 Stunning Costumes from Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2017

Aren't they just gorgeous!

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1. A group of revelers enjoy the celebrations in waistcoats of yellow emblazed with fluoro detailing.

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2. Bright head pieces pull these costumes together perfectly.

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3. Two pose in long, eye catching, jackets and structured hats. One dons a pink wig. Can you guess the famous trio?

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4. A true Mardi Gras staple, the full body jumpsuit, makes this quartet stand out for all the right reasons

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5. Caps are in for Mardis Gras and matching shoulder pieces add a bit of grunge to the mix.

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6. This parade goer brought their own float and onlookers could not be more excited.

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7. The road is closed, but there’s always a detour. Industrial boots and a brightly coloured tunic add some sparkle to the festivities.

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8. Parade goer stops to take a photo while wearing a stunning fluoro jacket and muted Navy hat.

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9. These two costumers stun the night in brightly coloured sleeveless vest, with blue accents.

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10. Bright lights, big city. Can’t keep me away. I’m gonna celebrate til my knees fall off.

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11. What’s over there? It doesn’t matter, because this attendee is all we want to see.

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12. Less is never more at Mardis Gras. These two show us how to take an all dark palate it to the next level.

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13. Squad goals!

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14. Trio of blue celebrate with an homage to the tranquility peace and love of the underwater world.

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15. Berda gerda sherd and a herd a ferdagerdyderdy berd.

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