Take the plunge! Glamorous race-goers opt for bold necklines and flaunt their bare legs in a colorful array of dresses for Chester’s Ladies’ Day
- Glamorous race-goers in bright, figure-hugging ensembles for the event at Chester Racecourse today
- Organizers said Ladies’ Day is an “opportunity for race-goers to don their best outfits and accessories.”
- Elegant guests pulled out all the stops and wore a selection of colorful mini dresses, leotards and jumpsuits
As Ladies’ Day kicked off in Chester today, glamorous racegoers made sure they pulled out all the stops as they went head-to-head in the battle for Best Dressed.
The racetrack was transformed into a sea of colors with bright dresses, fascinators and high heels and the guests showed their fashion skills in high hems and deep ensembles.
With a selection of bright dresses, combinations and overalls, elegant night owls outfitted with eye-catching shoes and heels, as well as extravagant fascinators and hats.
As Ladies’ Day kicked off in Chester today, glamorous racegoers made sure they pulled out all the stops as they went head-to-head in the battle for Best Dressed
Triple threat: These women seemed just as glamorous as the rest as they opted for a range of colorful mini dresses, leotards and jumpsuits
Scores of guests donned all their finery as they streamed through the gates for Ladies’ Day, which organizers described as “an opportunity for race-goers to don their best outfits and accessories and enjoy a day of luxury, fun and thrills”.
Bright colors seemed to be the look of the day as revelers opted for deep greens, bright pinks and blues as they made their way down the racetrack.
Clad in eye-catching fascinators, sky-high heels, daring hems and ruffled dresses, well-dressed women looked delighted to be at today’s event.
With Chester having a far less stringent dress code than other racing events such as Royal Ascot, revelers took full advantage of the relaxed dress code as they gathered for the race meeting.
Many contestants wore thigh-length ensembles, while others drew attention when they opted for plunging necklines.
top spot! This woman exuded elegance in a green polka dot number while standing next to two stylish men, both of whom wore smart plaid suits
To look good! Bright colors seemed to be the look of the day as revelers opted for deep greens, bright pinks and blues as they made their way down the racetrack
Think pink! Dressed in a light-colored, form-fitting dress, this race-goer beamed as she posed next to an equally sophisticated gentleman
Each stand at Chester Racecourse has a specific dress code. If you are in the Chester Members and Private Hospitality section, there is a “strictly elegant” style guide that encourages ladies to wear longer skirts and dresses, smart pantsuits and statement hats.
Winning Post and County Long Room and Concourse cases suggest a “dress to impress” mentality, recommending clutch bags, fascinators and mix-and-match color schemes.
The Tattersalls enclosure encourages guests to make a statement with their outfits, listing jumpsuits and tailored shorts, maxi dresses, and headbands and hair accessories as strong choices.
The most casual stalls are the Dee and Open Course, where relaxed sundresses, shorts and t-shirts and sunglasses are welcome.
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