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White Party 2011: Bare Chests, Sexy Suspenders, and Fabulous Headdresses

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Over the weekend, Miami Seaquarium was swarmed by Care Resource's friends and supporters for the 2011 edition of annual HIV/AIDS fundraiser White Party.

As always, the dress code was "white." But this year, bare chests (both bearishly hairy and totally depilated), sexy suspenders (usually preventing flashy underwear from falling down), and fabulous feathered headdresses (mostly worn by mature men in rhinestone-studded tank tops) were especially de rigueur.

See the cut for ten chesty, sexy, and totally fabulous photos from White Party 2011.

Check out the full 30-photo White Party 2011 at Miami Seaquarium slideshow.

Check out the full 30-photo White Party 2011 at Miami Seaquarium slideshow.

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