Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Fashion at the Royal Ascot

It is this time of the year again- the most important date in the racing calendar, the Royal Ascot.One thing about this event that breaks the headlines is fashion, and this year was so exception.

Some looks at the Royal Ascot

With guests as prestigious as the Queen herself, there is no surprise that all the guests must follow a stringent dress code. This includes the forbidding of exposed midriff, the rule of dress/tops having a strap of at least one inch, and the sure encouragement of wearing a hat.
Butterfly Hat
Ash Tray Hat

Oh the hats! Despite the quirky one here or there, the majority of the guests wore really classic pieces. 

The Princesses looking elegant at the Ascot

Princess Eugenie was spotted in a matching beige coat and trench coat with nude heels and a studded clutch. Her fascinator featured a large rose complete with black detailing. Whereas her sister Princess Beatrice wore a textured green dress and hat, the colour looked stunning on her.
The Queen

Her Majesty wore a crisp blue coat by Stewart Parvin, with a similar toned  garment underneath that matched the floral headpiece.

Some of Noel Stewart's hats 

One designer that really caught my eye was Noel Stewart. His inspiration from modern art and architecture really shines through his designs. Noel’s works show extreme skill and the colors chosen together are phenomenal.

One of Noel's designs

Noel Stewart and Martha Ward

No comments:

Post a Comment