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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

There's always one: While most of the Cheltenham crowd covered up in fur hats and thick coats one racegoer braved the chill in a VERY little black dress

By TONI JONES

Style over substance: One glamorous racegoer decided to leave her shirt at home despite the freezing temperatures

The Cheltenham race meet is famous for having no dress code, and one brave filly took full advantage of the relaxed wardrobe rules today.
The brunette racegoer arrived at Prestbury Park on day one of the meet wearing a little black dress that left very little to the imagination.
While the rest of the crowd had dressed for the occasion in elaborate fur coats and Cossack inspired hats this pretty punter had chosen a skimpy dress held together with bikini straps for her day at the races.

Cosy: More fur hats on show during Champion Day at Cheltenham racecourse

The barely there outfit wasn't completely impractical though.
The racing fan had remembered her coat - an equestrian style blazer in a rich orange-brown that featured navy detail.
And she had made sure that she had applied fake-tan all the way down her stomach so that there were no white bits on show through the plunging top.
Chandelier earrings and a dangerous looking choker covered in bling topped off the look.

The display of cossack hats included these two brightly coloured designs

Elsewhere around the track most women seemed to have taken fashion inspiration from racing presenter John McCririck, favouring oversized fur hats to fight the freeze in style.
Although nobody could have predicted the biting cold of today the dress code section of the Cheltenham Racecourse website advises racegoers to think about the weather conditions.
It says: 'There is no dress code at Cheltenham. As we race largely during the winter months, the weather can be unpredictable, so we would advise you to dress accordingly.
'At The Festival, many ladies wear hats, but with the weather rather than high fashion in mind.
'Gentlemen usually wear a suit or similar in the Club Enclosure and in restaurants and hospitality facilities.'

Zara Phillips, who attended the meet with husband Mike Tindall chose a smart cream coat in wool and a pretty purple velvet hat finished with pheasant feathers

source: dailymail




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