Our 2015 Melbourne Cup Fashion Winners + How To Steal Their Looks

Our favourite ladies in fashion have come through once again at the 2015 Melbourne Cup! This year was all about going bold – the fabric, the styles and the colours were all about making a statement! Check out our favourite looks by these leading ladies and get a few sneaky tips on how to rock their looks your way.

The trend: All Lace Errything with Megan Gale
How to pull it off: Can’t do the whole thing? A lace set is a gorgeous way to break things up! If you’re going with a white, pink or pastel coloured piece, pick nude accessories to match and contrast with some lipstick.

LACE

The trend: Shine Bright with Kate Waterhouse
How to pull it off: Keep accessories to a minimum as the dress is enough! Complete the look with strappy heels, your trusty clutch and a splash of lippy if you’re feeling daring.

sparkle

The trend: Prints on Prints with Ash Hart
How to pull it off: Keep your accessories minimal and matching – the dress is a statement in itself! Bold Aztec and shaped prints are totally killer right now and are a match made in heaven for layering boho-style jewels and heeled boots.

prints

The trend: Chiffon with Rebecca Judd
How to pull it off: Chiffon can be a difficult fabric to dress, so stick to a mini dress in your favourite colour so you concentrate on celebrating and dress it up! Go bold with the accessories. We love gold with orange and red fabrics, or silver with khaki and navy.

chiffon

The trend: Stripes with Rachael Finch
How to pull it off: Shake up the traditional stripes with colours or an asymmetrical print! If you’re sticking to the safe side with black and white, rock it with silver accessories and lace up heels (totally hot right now) for classic style.

STRIPES

Who was your favourite on the fashion field? Let us know!

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