Oaks Day tipped to draw fashionable 5000
THE hot tips have been made and the verdict is in: it all about leather and lace.
Fashionistas have weighed in on the hottest Sunshine Coast winter racing carnival trends and all bets are on for best dressed.
The fashion sense will be paramount when the fillies, such as Samantha Jade, frock up for Ladies Oaks Day at Corbould Park today.
The clip clop of horse shoe Air Max 2015 s will be drowned out by the sound of up to 5000 punters pounding the pavement at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club for the annual ladies day.
The highly contested Fashions on the Field start at 11am.
Sponsor and race wear specialist Elegant Affair has been busy co ordinating stunning winter outfits for Coast women. “People are really looking for a winter outfit this season rather than just pulling out a summer dress from the wardrobe,” owner Simone Pearce said.
“Lace has been popular with a jacket Air Max 2015 or cape over the top, depending on what women are looking for.”
Lisah n Nash Fascinators creator Gabi Cherry said lad
ies were keeping it simple with floral arrangements this year.
Aside from the fashions, X Factor winner Samantha Jade will bring a high energy live performance, Air Max 2015 following the path of past Oaks Day performers including Rikki Lee and The Potbellez.
Ladies Oaks Day will be on rain, hail or shine, with plenty of undercover areas for punters.
Free Air Max 2015 buses will operate between Noosa and the Sunshine Coast Turf Club.
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