The Spring Racing Edit

Melbourne Cup 2021 will look a little bit different in terms of the location you’ll be at but race day fashion has always drawn just as much attention than the race itself. Whether you’re off to a work luncheon, bottomless brunch with the girls or just to your local pub with friends, we have you covered.

Melbourne Cup is well-known for its exciting and vibrant spectrum of colour used throughout fashion accessories and we have used this as three race day looks that will have you covered for all the events this year. 

We love this year’s trend of bright colours anchored with a neutral. Think versatile and easy to wear again dresses contrasted with (mandatory) elegant hats or fascinators providing an elegant look for the fun and relaxed atmosphere.


For the Corporate Luncheon

A little white dress is the perfect race day workplace dress for a luncheon - think a dress that is fun and fancy but also conservative for a workplace setting. We suggest pairing a little white dress with a pop of zesty lime green or a peachy pink. Bright and trendy colours will add subtle elegant excitement to tie your outfit together. A little white dress is a versatile dress to invest i as it can be worn to the races and then many other events hereafter.



Bottomless Brunch

Navy is always a good idea and is a popular mother of the bride dress colour as well as for your race day dress. Try combing navy with a pop of vibrancy such as a contrasting amber. They really bounce off each other whilst presenting a fun play on the vibrant colours of day.  



Drinks at the Local

You can’t go wrong with a little black dress, it is perfect for your race day fashion with friends. The little black dress is flattering for all. Pair this number with a bright blue accessory that we think you’ll see everywhere this race season.



You can shop our full races edit here, or for more styling tips or information on our products, contact us at to be in contact with one of our digital stylists or shop our new arrivals now!

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