Derby Day – Monochrome

Derby Day has a refined black and white dress code. Probably the easiest colour combination to nail, as monochrome is clean, simplistic and effortlessly chic. When worn top-to-toe, monochrome is most effective. When it comes to shoes you’re spoiled for choice. Black heels are always en vogue.

Derby Day – Monochrome

Melbourne Cup Day – Fashionista Mode

Make your entrance in vibrant colour blocks and bold patterns on one of the most famous race days. Think vivid colours or abstract patterns that keep it bright and classy while showing off your fashion knowledge. Be brave and wear a colored shoe; but if your outfit is your statement piece go with a nude or black heel that has an interesting textured finish.

Melbourne Cup Day – Fashionista Mode

Oaks Day – Feminine Neutrals & Florals

Oaks Day is the perfect opportunity to show your feminine lady like side. Think delicate neutral, lace, romantic, floral elements. Your shoes should accentuate on that with a classic point in a girly colour palette such as nude, tan, rose gold or play with texture such as lace or pebble print.

Oaks Day – Feminine Neutrals & Florals

Stakes Day – Chic family style

Stakes Day is the least formal of all the days on the spring racing calendar, thanks to its family-friendly vibe step out with effortless flair. Look for unstructured whimsical maxi dresses or sophisticated separates in light-hearted prints. Go with platforms to add some edge.

Stakes Day – Chic family style