The Fashions

Whether you want to dress more traditionally or go totally wild, there is no more stylish venue than Royal Ascot to do it.
Whether you want to dress more traditionally or go totally wild, there is no more stylish venue than Royal Ascot to do it. However some dress codes do apply so please read details below.

 Royal Ascot is the ultimate dress up and be seen day- actually five days- and the variety and inventiveness of the fashions has to be seen first hand to be appreciated. However it is nevertheless a Royal occasion- indeed Her Majesty owns the racecourse- so some dress rule apply.

For the Queen Anne Enclosure which we will attend they are-

MEN

  • Jackets and trousers should be of matching colour and pattern. ie a suit
  • A tie should be worn at all times. Bow ties and cravats are not permitted.
  • Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle.
  • Jeans, chinos and trainers are not permitted.
  • Overseas visitors are welcome to wear the formal National Dress of their country or Service Dress.
  • Serving military personnel are welcome to wear Service Dress or equivalent.

WOMEN

  • A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
  • Strapless and sheer dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless necklines include off-the-shoulder, Bardot and one shoulder.
  • Trouser suits must be full-length and jumpsuits should fall below the knee. Both must adhere to the neckline regulations above.
  • Midriffs must be covered.
  • Shorts are not permitted.
  • Overseas visitors are welcome to wear the formal National Dress of their country or Service Dress.
  • Serving military personnel are welcome to wear Service Dress or equivalent.

More at https://www.ascot.co.uk/what-to-wearssss/what-to-wear/royal-ascot/queen-anne

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