Race Day Ready- What to Wear
From the Royal Ascot to Ripon, Chelmsford and Lingfield, it's time to pick your horse, place those bets, order those drinks and do it all in style. But the question on many people’s minds after a long year away from it, is what should you wear to the races? Casually smart or sharply suited and booted, scroll down for our how to dress for the races guide…
First step on the list is ticking off that fine tailored suit. Find your fit and luxury style with choices from House of Cavani, Antique Rogue, Gibson and many more designers. Including checked, dogtooth, velvet and more, each suit is carefully crafted from a premium blend of high-quality fabrics ensuring both style and comfort for your day out. Hugo Boss offer three-piece suits with double breasted waistcoats along with floral ties and handkerchief sets so you can match your other half's dress or suit. Dressing in sartorial luxury is essential for race days, whether you’re head to toe in decorum or smartly toned down in chino pants and a shirt- the next on the list if you’re not feeling a suit. Both outfits tick the boxes in race day etiquette.
Next to check off is footwear; make sure it’s not only smart but super comfortable because the chances are that you’re going to be on your feet all day. Choose a colour that sits well with your suit, tan or brown is often a winner. Make it a loafer or keep it classic with a brogue.
Now ladies, it's time to glam up and look for the horse with your favourite name. For all things spring and floral, look no further than a Ted Baker dress for true British elegance. Because we all know the races are an excuse to get head to toe in class, head to the races photo ready with Jovonna or BOSS. Next is footwear; comfort and style is a must. A small yet classy heel is a sensible option. Once your footwear is chosen, choose your accessories and if you’re lucky for a sunny day, finish the glam ensemble with a pair of oversized sunglasses from some of the most luxurious eyewear brands, including Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino.
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