How to dress for the races of 2018 with your own touch to it

Dressing for the races is a minefield.

Yearly one of the most sartorially extensive occasions on the record, the various bodies welcome a whole host of ladies decked out in their elegant summer clothes for a day ringside.

Over the years, nonetheless, it’s become less about the day itself and more about the following front-page splashes of women clutching champagne and falling out of their meticulously-preserved outfits. But notwithstanding its reputation, a day at the races doesn’t have to be a tasteless affair.

Whether you want to experiment with color or trouser suits – or are striving to find a fancy outfit that will make your 5″1′ frame look tall, not trashy -i have nailed the style puzzles encountered by so many of us.

 let ‘s take a look


I want… to wear a trouser suit
Jacket, £69.99, Mango
Trousers, £35.99, Mango
Shirt, £49.99, Mango
Mules, £345, Mercedes Castillo


I want the look of super girly and classy
Dress, £980, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
Bag, £59.99, Mango
Heels, £640, Gianvito Rossi
I want to look shorter and petite p.s ( this is my favorite look)
Top, £365, Caroline Constas
Skirt, £995, Sacai
Sandals, £495, Derek Lam
Bag, £630, Carolina Santo Domingo


I want… to look taller and elegant, though with a color statement
Dress, £370, Solace London
Bag, £15.99, Zara
Heels, £470, Gianvito Rossi


I want to look color and alive while i experiment with color
Leotard, £29.99, Zara
Skirt, £49.99, Mango
Bag, £893, Savas
Mules, £650, Attico