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What to Wear to Ascot The Royal Enclosure

What to wear to the races?

The Racing season is almost here. Which means, it is time to find the perfect dress to wear to the races.

If you are invited to the Royal Enclosure at Ascot, you want to make sure that you’re dressed appropriately and follow the Ascot dress code.

Girl Meets Dress stocks many beautiful dresses to hire that you can wear suitably to the Ascot Royal Enclosure dress code.

All of them are above the knee length dresses or longer and they all have straps of one inch or greater.

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Tamika Shift Dress

This Body Con dress is very classy and a useful below the knee dress. A blue dress is perfect for the spring and summer.

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Caroline Dress Coral

This midi pink dress is perfect for a race during the hotter months.

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Red Isadora Gown

This long sleeves long dress is great when it is a little bit cold, but you do not want to wear a jacket. This red dress looks good on every skin tone.

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Beatrix Snowflake Dress

This midi dress is very classy and perfect for an Ascot race.

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Paint Effect Dress

This body con dress from Alexander McQueen is a beautiful designer dress to hire. A printed dress is perfect for a race.

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Vienna Floral Dress

This Floral printed dress is a great dress for the Royal enclosure.

To pair with these gorgeous dresses, here is a headpiece which is a perfect hat to hire for the races >

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GMD Stylist’s Outfit for the Races

Who needs dresses for the races when they can look jaw-droppingly fabulous in a jumpsuit?? That’s what GMD’s main stylist thinks.  Which is why, top of her dresses for the races list, is actually, not a dress, but this fantastic Halston Heritage Lilac jumpsuit.  A statement outfit for the races, flattering both slim and bigger frames, the jumpsuit is available in sizes 6-16. Hire from £129, instead of buying your own (that would cost a staggering £315!).

Outfit for the Races Accesories – GMD Stylist Picks

And let’s not forget, an outfit for the races needs to be properly accesorized! Top your outfit for the races off perfectly with these Blaguette Eleonora earrings(right) (buy them here from our designer dress hire website) and this Angel Jackson clutch (available to rent here with your outfit for the races too!).

Dresses for the Races- Nude Conquers All

Pale and interesting has never been hotter, and when said p&i object is a Soft Folds dress by Miu Miu the statement couldn’t be truer.  Go for bold in the accesory department and team one of the nicest nudest dresses for the races we have to offer with this black and white Elvira Sazesh bracelet and a Wilbur and Gussie Charlie clutch.

Grey Dresses for the Races-This Dark Horses of this Year’s Races Fashion Stakes

Grey dresses for the races are GMD stylist’s colour prediction for the races this year.  Temperley London’s divine stone grey Astrid dress will have you a cut above all other dresses for the races! Rent this silk dress with cut-out detailing for £129.  (Original RRP: £380).  Accesorize this outfit fit for the races with this Blaguette Queen of Sheba cuff and Blank London Pupa chain necklace.


An Outfit for the Races – Designer Dresses to Hire

With June not long away, any girl ahead of the game this year will already be on the search for her outfit for the races.  What to wear to the races is one of the most trying dilemmas with which any girl can be confronted.

Avoid Unwanted Outfit for the Races Attention

Dresses for the races are highly scrutinized; every good and bad outfit for the races is afforded its own critique by fashion press and media at the event.   Put simply, the whole of our national press and fashion media jury takes what to wear to the races, and what you are wearing to the races very seriously.

Dresses for the Races in the Television & Press Firing Line

What’s more, their exacting fashion eyes don’t look solely upon dresses for the races worn by royalty and celebrities, but at those coveted by mere mortals too.  Those of you who have ever watched the races on television, and borne witness to the fashion criticism aired nationally will know what we mean.  For those of you who don’t, picture a girl whose outfit for the races she quite liked, unbeknownst to her, becomes centre stage for a whole host of fashion criticism.

An Outfit for the Races that Gets it Right – Don’t be a Fashion Victim

Just how excruciatingly humiliating the camera lens and commentators can make a day at the races for innocent members of the public  we can only imagine, as their outfit for the races is declared a fashion crime to the nation. And it is this kind of eventuality we seek to help you avoid with the following designer dresses. Hire them directly from us, and make sure your outfit for the races gets you talked about for all the right reasons come race day.

An Outfit for the Races – Ask Anna

Just how far in advance should you get your outfit for the races?

Unless you have a clear idea of what your outfit for the races is going to look like, I’d say start looking at least a month in advance.   We usually hear from women needing dresses for the races at least 3 or so weeks before their event.  Talk to friends about what they’re wearing- you don’t want to turn up wearing the same dress!

Dresses for the races vs. trouser suits/skirts?

Call me old fashioned, but the races as a sport are deeply entwined in tradition and the etiquette that accompanies it, down to behaviour, rules and of course dress code.   So, I’d always say dresses for the races over trouser suits or skirts for women. Of course trouser suits can look chic, but why not embrace tradition-dresses for the races are almost a given! Leave the suit-wearing to the chaps on this occasion.

What with the strict dress code that’s usually required at the races, how can you ensure an outfit for the races ticks all the right boxes without the risk of looking too prim or perhaps even over-the-top?

For starters, when picking an outfit, ignore trends and go with what suits you.  Think about what you can wear and not what you can’t.  If you are going to go for a particular trend in terms of your outfit, it needs to be worn in a classic way.

What are the style predictions in terms of dresses for the races this year?

If the British weather continues to surprise and the sunshine and St Tropez temperatures prevail, I think you’ll see a lot more dresses for the races in brighter colours- brights being a big catwalk trend anyway this season.   Expect to see colour blocking, floral prints, and fruit prints – another hit for Spring/Summer ’11.  In other words we can expect dresses for the races this year with a little more chutzpah!

What kind of dresses for the races end up making the biggest fashion faux pas?

Both hats and dresses for the races built on the premise that ‘more is more’.  What ensues is fashion disaster and fashion victimhood on an epic scale.  Hats that are too big end up looking out of proportion and detracting from the dress.  Make sure it’s dress over hat when you consider your outfit for the races.  Many do it the opposite way round, but it’s much easier to find a hat to complement your dress, than a dress to complement your hat.   And of course, it goes without saying; too much flesh on show is one of the biggest crimes of which many dresses for the races are guilty.  The dresses featured here are available in our designer dress hire dresses for the races section.

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