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blog | 26.09.2014

SPRING RACING CARNIVAL DRESSING GUIDE


26 September 2014
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Spring Racing Carnival is nearly upon us and Harrolds have put together the best luxury looks of the season to have you turning heads on the turf on the key dates of the Carnival.

Whichever race day events you attend this year you will be in the company of a sea of dressed up office wear, wide of the mark peacocks and also-rans. Stand apart from the pack with a luxurious individual look curated by the team at Harrolds for Spring Racing Carnival 2014.

Tom Ford


Racing staples such as checks, patterns and polka dots are a signature of the house of Tom Ford. This sartorially extravagant creation by the menswear mogul is a perfect marriage of majesty, confidence and racing season style that captures the Tom Ford man to a note. This look captures the seasonal trend toward the exploration of pattern and print with the opulence and grandeur direct from the most stylish man in the world.

Pal Zileri


Pair this eye-catching navy check suit from Pal Zileri with a check shirt from Xacus and yellow accessories to create an fresh, vibrant look that captures the essence of Spring Racing dressing. Finished with a Cinabre lapel pin in Melbourne Cup official yellow this look will have you standing out from the crowd at this year’s main event. Navy blue is the colour of the Carnival this year and Pal Zileri’s individual take on the trend is an unabashed mastery of the trend.

Harrolds Private Label Suiting


Let you accessories shine with a toned-down take on the check trend this racing season. Harrolds Private Label Suiting offers a grey window-check suit that is the perfect compliment to showcase your favourite accessories. Produced in our British Cut this look is ideal for the muted dress code of Stakes and Derby days and offers a refined, masculine silhouette that can be easily finished with accessories in your colour of choice.