So i’ve seen a lot about the Cheltenham Races lately and of The Festival…. it is going to be completely colour filled! #colourmemarch
Ive been thinking extremely hard about what I would wear to the races and how I would show off my bright and bold colour style!
As most of you know, the Races are an extreme fashion event where anything goes! I think it is so exciting to get dressed to your very best!
Here is the outfit I have chosen and if you’re going, I hope this inspires you!
AX Paris – Floral printed cut in neck midi dress – £30
I am in love with this AX Paris dress. I chose it due to its contrasting colour combinations and spring time appearance! The white background compliments the bright and bold flowers making them the main focus of this beautiful dress.
New Look – Bright floral Monet Clutch – £7.00
This clutch is inspired by Monet’s Paintings and I can see why! It is flawless and so vibrant! It has a long metal chain so it can be worn easily over the shoulder or as a simple and elegant clutch!
ASOS HOPE heeled sandal – £42.00
eek! These shoes are amazing! I love the large floral strap and would look great with brightly painted toenails! The added ankle strap will give support and comfort! I love open toed shoes – they look so elegant and make your legs look longer!
Debenham, Julian Macdonald – Dark pink mesh feather fascinator – £20
It wouldn’t be a day at the races without… THE HAT.
This dark pink fascinator would tie the whole outfit together and add that festival flare to the look! It is a headbend piece so it sits comfortably against the head. I love the feather detail and adds such a lovely touch to the hat!
Here is a bit of info about The races for those who don’t know:
——Whether it is an extra feather in your hat, the highest heels in your cupboard or, for the men, their very best tweed, it really is an occasion to savour.
The Cheltenham Festival is a meeting in the national hunting racing calendar in the UK with race prize money second only to the Grand National. It is an event where many of the best trained horses race to an extent which is relatively rare during the rest of the season.
The festival takes place annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse.
Large amounts of money are gambled during Cheltenham Festival week, with hundreds of millions of pounds being bet over the four days. Cheltenham is often noted for its atmosphere, most notably the “Cheltenham roar”, which refers to the enormous amount of noise that the crowd generates as the starter raises the tape for the first race of the festival. ———
If you guys want to look fabulous at the races, then check out the Cheltenham Races colour me march website HERE!
Thanks to etailPR for arranging our attendance at Cheltenham Racecourse!
Let me know what you guys would wear!
Speak to you all soon,