4 years. Wow, that time has flown!
It’s about the people. I have met some of my closest friends through FITF and they beat any sash, it really is an incredible group of women who are super supportive always.
It is also a wonderful way to be creative, expressive, and daring.
“I have met some of my closet friends through fashions in the field and they beat any sash, it really is an incredible group of women who are super supportive always.”
It was a dress with a base of white with red and pink flowers, some of which were 3D, and quite a full skirt.
I had red and black accessories and a Belinda Green red floral headpiece.
We are so lucky to have so much inspiration in New Zealand and abroad. I adore Yoanna Hanbury’s classic and chic approach to racing style.
Love your outfit, nobody else is wearing it and when you love it that really shines through and gives a new level of confidence.
There is such a talent of people in New Zealand – milliners, designers, vintage-hunters and family who are helping.
There is a sense of Kiwi ingenuity and boldness. I myself have superglued earrings on and have worn no.8 wire to keep a bow crisp! When we commit, we are all in!
A great group of friends, a fabulous outfit and a glass of bubbles is all you need.
Bold! It was inspired by jewel tones, a modern take on a classic.
I couldn’t pick one day as every day at the track is special.
I do love Derby Day in particular as it’s always so exciting to see how people put a spin on black and white.
I like to think my love of racing stems from my grandfather who had horses running at Ellerslie in the 1950s. Racedays there are particularly sentimental to me.
The Ned Prix de Fashion is New Zealand’s national fashions in the field final. There’s still time to enter the opening round with entries closing on the 23rd of April.