Derby Day Style Guide
The first day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival sees the crowd come out in their black and white best. Derby Day, known as the day for racing purists, traditionally sees a monochromatic dress code, encouraging race goers to keep it simple and chic in either black or white or a combination of both. If the simple colour palette leaves you wanting more from your look, try experimenting with textures and fabrics to bring something special to your outfit.
Who doesn't love the chance to dress up, have some French champagne with friends and maybe win a bet?
Here is your style guide for the 3 day event.. Giddy up!
AAMI Victoria Derby Day Saturday 1st November 2014
Dress code: Classic, stylish and elegant. Black and white is the dress code, watch the carnival go back into time to the 1950's.
Emirates Melbourne Cup Day Tuesday 4th November 2014
Dress code: It’s the race that stops the nation and when it comes to dressing, the more creative the better. Melbourne Cup is all about putting your strongest fashion foot forward. Embrace the current trends and wear your favourite colour.
Emirates Stakes Day Saturday 8th November 2014
Dress code: While the day is more relaxed, (family day) it doesn’t mean you shouldn't go in your best dressed. Think classy floral day dresses, fabulous clutches and chic heels.
Always remember individuality and style is key. Be creative, be inventive, be authentic and exude elegance.
Always With Style,
La Moda Stylist
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