For the duration of 2018, Ascot Racecourse has unleashed an alluring campaign urging ladies to don suiting ensembles in a bid to stimulate a more unconventional appearance.
For the first time in more than a decade, Ascot Racecourse has rebranded its annual Style Guide to now feature six. It has been ten years since Ascot Racecourse introduced an updated Style Guide with six fashion edits. In particular, Tailoring is an artful endeavor in which women adorning suitably-tailored trouser outfits for an alluring look come alight.
It’s time to get rid of that stuffy cliche look for a woman like a lady above. But keep the pearls like Kate Middleton.
It is all about class regarding showcasing womanly figures wearing tailored garments with grace and panache.
Watch my video of vintage Dior. Turn up in this fabulous tailoring and no one can ever prevent you from entering this horse race.
Sustainable Message Rules
Beaudiful audiences that he was seeking to invigorate an adventurous disposition and embolden patrons to be more inventive in their ensembles.
To celebrate a sustainable fashion trend, the editorial for ‘Sustainable Style’ incorporates five sub-edits. These include Pre -Loved and Rental, Vintage selections, High Street finds with an eye towards emerging designers as well as Luxe choices!
Ascot has been considered a premier venue for disseminating emerging fashion trends.
The above is Vintage Dior.
It is renowned for its demanding dress code, often evoking the timeless spectacle of a woman clad in regal ensembles – ranging from a dress and heels to an elaborate cocked hat.
It is a paragon of formality; its rigorous uniform code conjures up an iconic image of women in quintessential attire – consisting typically of a dress, heels and headwear.
Ditch The Hat
I would like to see inspired by Netflix, The Crown headband wear with lots of bling. It gives a royal aspect to your overlook. For some, the art work is within the hair. Headbands look very regal for such an event.