Dress to impress
Racing season is upon us and if you are lucky to be attending one of these events, but you not sure what to wear to look appropriate and stylish, it’s time to change it. Royal Ascot Hospitality has unveiled news about all exciting events for this season, so book your tickets and start looking for your dreamy outfit.
What are your options?
I always love a bit of fun when it comes to fashion, but I also respect traditions and believe in appropriate dress code for the occasion. Racing = classy, so forget all your casual pieces in your wardrobe. Racing outfit doesn’t have to be a tasteless affair, you can still wear flats and smart trousers, but you have to make sure that in the end of the day, you look and feel like a lady!
Dress is a first and probably most common (and obvious) option, but not the only one you have. I think that loads women today like to experiment and swap fancy dress with equally elegant suit, jumpsuit or trousers. My favourite ideas for this year are pastel or neutral suits and wide leg trousers worn with delicate blouse.
We are lucky enough to have racing events in summer season, so we can wear wedges, mules and as well as classic heals to complement your look. Nude sandals and heels will add confidence and class to your style, but for more comfortable option, ballerinas and beige wedges are still my favourite picks.
Over the years racing became a well known place for wearing the most beautiful and over the top hats. I would personally love to wear one of the Philip Treacy designs to complete the look, but in general good hat can make your look for this occasion. If you have an opportunity to add this extra bit to your outfit, you should go for it.
Dress – Net-a-Porter, Fascinator – Coast, Bag – Chloe, Shoes _ Jimmy Choo / Dress – Net-a-Porter, Fascinator – Philip Tracey, Bag-Coast, Shoes -Gianvito Rossi
Jumpsuit – Reiss, Fascinator- Coat, Bag-Clare V, Shoes- Karen Millen / Jumpsuit – Reiss, Clutch – L.K.Benett, Fascinator – Coast, Shoes – Alexandre Birman