TRACK­SIDE FASH­ION’S BLOOM­ING

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - The Everest - ALI­SON STEPHEN­SON

FUN, flirty and flo­ral frocks are the favourites in the fash­ion picks at Royal Rand­wick to­day.

With no set rule on dress length at the Aus­tralian Turf Club, shorter styles and on­trend minis are set to be track­side win­ners at the TAB Ever­est.

While the dress codes of our Bri­tish rac­ing coun­ter­parts at the pres­ti­gious Royal As­cot for­bid frocks that sit above the knee, Royal Rand­wick al­lows a more re­laxed ap­proach to racewear.

Mem­bers are sim­ply asked to avoid wear­ing “gar­ments which show midriff, leg­gings worn as pants, torn or ripped cloth­ing” and in­ap­pro­pri­ate footwear or jackets such as wind­cheaters, denim and track­suit tops.

From a trend per­spec­tive, Myer am­bas­sador model Jen­nifer Hawkins told The Satur­day Tele­graph that flo­rals are set to be a fea­ture this Syd­ney spring car­ni­val.

“I’m lov­ing the flo­rals this sea­son, it’s a lot of flo­ral on flo­ral,” the reg­u­lar race­goer said. “The beau­ti­ful crowns and head­bands are also on trend.”

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