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Achieve IT-girl status this spring racing season by taking your outfit to new lengths.
Go from head-to-toe floral to blushing dusky tones, experiment with shoulders and stylish sleeves, or fast-track through all this season’s trends and shoot straight for powerful prints. Yes, we approve!
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Make your Spring Racing Carnival the best yet with these pointers:
Keep an eye on the weather report - you don't want to get stuck in the mud, literally! Consider a light jacket or a silk scarf to wrap around your shoulders.
Hold your head high! Traditionally women wear the fascinator to the right of the head but in recent years this tradition has been relaxed.
Fall head-over-heels in love with thick heels and wedges. Unless you're void stilettos, there’s nothing ladylike about sinking into the grass.
Remember that race-day is a daytime affair, keep your makeup clean and fresh. A bright coloured lipstick has our tick of approval.
Complete your look with killer accessories. Choose a clutch with a strap so you can be hands-free for drinks and the form guide. Jewellery is always a plus.
The spring races are all daytime affairs and the style is similar to that of a wedding or cocktail party. Don’t go overboard showing too much skin.
What not to wear based on which race-day you’re attending, and which ticket you have.
*We recommend following these guidelines in general.
Everything you need to know for the race-day calendar, from when to wear black to when you can flirt with colour.
Trackside fashion at the Caulfield Cup is full of contrasting colours and bright hues. In recent years this soiree has seen a clash of colour-blocking among the who’s who on the scene.
It’s a black and white dress-code, and a classic one at that. Wearing colour on Derby Day is a big no-no and it’s not the time to break any rules. Hello, it’s tradition! Think sharp tailoring and structured pieces, pinstripes and polka dots. A day of sophisticated glamour.
It might be the race that stops the nation but it doesn’t stop fashion’s elite from going all-out on the fashion front. Expect bright colour pops and stunning stand-out pieces. Hot tip: a fascinator is key to ticking the boxes at Melbourne Cup.
Better known as Ladies Day, Crown Oaks Day is your chance to dress feminine and elegant in soft sweet shades. Insert delicate lace and dainty florals, this is always one of the prettiest days in the Spring Racing Carnival.
Emirates Stakes Day is also known as a family affair. It’s the more casual day on the calendar with women opting for bright colours and floaty dresses.
The streets of MBFWA were filled with coloured pant suits so we're not suprised that this is one of the biggest trends for spring.
Opt for a soft pastel variety if you're planning on sporting one of these outfits at the Spring Racing Carnival this year.
One of the biggest trends from MBFWA, it's no surprise that puffy sleeves are front-and-centre on race day.
This flattering trend is one that looks great on everyone, so why not give it a go?
Pink is certainly the trending colour this year. All major Australian designers have released spring collections showing this colour en masse. Follow suit and start blushing head to toe.
We know - florals for spring, groundbreaking. But trust us, this look is everywhere. Flower crown fascinators with a flirty floral print will make a major statement come race-day.
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