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CAULFIELD CUP DRESS CODE 2018
Caulfield Cup is just around the corner, so we've got you covered for all of your race day concerns. Add perfect pastels, feminine florals and colour blocking to your pre-races checklist before stepping onto the fields.
One of Australia's richest Thoroughbred horse races, Caulfield Cup takes place Saturday 20 October 2018 at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne. RSVP yes and make sure to step out in simple silhouettes and classic styling, as this race day calls for a chic dress code.
WHAT TO WEAR
Leave the skin-baring outfits at home and opt for soft tailoring, floaty slip dresses and structured silhouettes. Elevate your look with pastel purple or a pop of yellow. Add a romantic touch to an outfit with lace or frill details, proved to be popular on Spring racing events.
Stay cool and look chic in a headpiece this Racing season. Try a structured fascinator or jeweled headband. Plus, when you're out all day and night make sure to team your outfit with a comfortable block heel.
CAULFIELD CUP DO'S + DON'TS
ONE. CONFIDENCE IS KEY
Confidence is key to any outfit. Guarantee to turn heads in a showstopping outfit and the confidence to match.
TWO. CRUSH ON BLUSH
Pop in pastel pink! Go tonal and add a statement fascinator, or elevate the look with feminine florals.
THREE. SUITS DON'T HAVE TO BE SERIOUS
Dressing up doesn't have to mean a dress. Break the rules and step out in a pastel suit!
FOUR. ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS...
Never underestimate the power of the perfect accessories - finish off your look with classic or bold millinery pieces.
WHAT WE LOVE
The trend colours this season are pink, lilac and lemon. The structured lace dress gets a makeover with a pop of lemon, while the sultry slip dress gets a feminine touch with pretty florals.
Don't get too attached! Take on the co-ord set trend this race day with the lilac suit set. Mix and match the look with patterned separates.