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What are the dress themes for the main race day events for Spring Racing?

Rosie Hegarty

What are the dress themes for the main race day events for Spring Racing?
There's four main race events in Melbourne over the Spring Racing Season. Each has its own tradition on what to wear. Read on to learn more.

What is Vintage?

Rosie Hegarty

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What is Vintage?
Are you a retro lover? Want to incorporate vintage into your day to day wardrobe without looking like you're going to a costume party? Then read on to learn more about vintage vibes.

Don't leave your racewear outfit to chance.

Rosie Hegarty

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Don't leave your racewear outfit to chance.
Want to be the Belle of the Racecourse? Then check out our top 3 Stylists who can give you the confidence you need to wear a rockin outfit to Melbourne Cup.

Millinery Trends for 2018 Spring Racing Season

Victoria Gardiner

Millinery Trends for 2018 Spring Racing Season

What a year 2018 has turned out to be!  So much inspiration for this year's Spring Racing Carnival that I almost don't know where to start. First off was the Met Gala with the most beautiful elaborate headpieces that got everyone talking.  Is it a crown? Is it a costume? Is it Jewellery for the hair?  So many discussions but one statement got me thinking.  It's a 'Work of Art for the head'.  Indeed, I have always considered my passion for Millinery an art-form and I take every opportunity to play with new themes.  We'll certainly see plenty of Baroque-inspired headpieces...


Is a Fascinator Worn on the Left or Right?

Victoria Gardiner

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Is a Fascinator Worn on the Left or Right?

Almost a daily question I hear.  Which side of the head should I wear my fascinator?  Left or Right and why? Well, it is part tradition, part practicality. Historically a woman always stood to the right of a man as his sword was always carried on the left, how gallant, I hear you say.  In order for her face to be visible, she would tilt her hat to the right ensuring her beau or husband could see her beautiful face and engage in polite conversation easily.  Thankfully men do not carry swords any longer and conversation is mostly a little less...