1950s beaded bag,which was borrowed from ShopCurious. Amazingly, I didn’t spot anyone wearing anything similar…
Along with the inevitable red, white and blue, hat and dress trends on Tuesday seemed to fall into several categories: Floral hats – ranging from modern, nature inspired to old fashioned bathing cap style.
Frills (and later in the day spills) were spotted on hats and dresses alike.
Feathers were everywhere – occasionally getting in the way.
One lady couldn’t get enough of them and took a spare hat along, just in case her companion didn't turn up for afternoon tea.
And there were Far Eastern style fan-pleated numbers too.
As well as fitted trouser suits. One woman sitting under an escalator reminded me of Diane Keaton. Whilst another seemed to be wearing her pyjamas.
Then there were the fashion mavericks – like Tracy Rose, who never conforms to any style but her own.
I also noticed a couple of girls with crazy tattoos. And, from afar, saw a fabulous pair of striped-heeled sandals.
After a fun day of fashion spotting, I pirouetted back to the car park. Next time I might even watch the races..
PS check out men’s racy Ascot fashions in today’s post at The Dabbler.