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How to not look like everyone else on Melbourne Cup Day

Look 6: Bec & Bridge dress $240.00  Morgan & Taylor hat $69.95  Aquazzura heels $899.00 Nadia Fairfax wears Bec & Bridge dress with Morgan & Taylor hat and Aquazzura heels

You deserve more than blending in with the Cup Day crowd

You don’t always get the chance to push the limits with your look, which is why we love the Melbourne Cup. Sure, it’s the race that stops the nation, but it’s also your chance to embrace your inner style icon. Forget everything you thought you knew about what you like to wear, the Cup is your opportunity for a complete sartorial reinvention.

Be whoever you want to be, dress however you want to dress, and do it with abandon.

This year, Cup Day is all about bold and bright ensembles – think colour, print and timeless, textured lace.

Keep reading to shop our edit of Melbourne Cup Day dresses…   


V I B R A N T  C O L O U R S

It’s time to stand out. Abandon your sartorial inhibitions at this year’s carnival by wearing unforgettable, vibrant colours. There’s nothing worse than a jockey’s riding shirt standing out more than you do! This season we’re loving the return of canary yellow at Versace, and Thurley’s playful hot pinks. Keep reading to explore the colours of the season…

L U C K Y  L A C E

Wearing lace to the races works pretty much every time. No matter what the colour or shape, it immediately puts you in the mood for sipping champagne, mingling on the lawns, and placing your race day bets. This season we’ve fallen hard for Red Valentino’s breathtaking black lace maxi – did someone say divine? Keep reading to shop a few of our other favourite pieces…


S T R I K I N G  S I L H O U E T T E S

Opt for an architectural aesthetic on Cup Day by wearing a striking silhouette. Classic pencil cuts and playful A-line styles are joined this season by a variety of diverse styles, from one-shoulder to trapeze, asymmetric to empire, and pretty much every other shape you can imagine in between. To get inspired, browse a few of our favourites below…

F I N I S H I N G  T O U C H E S


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