Join us at one of our style days at The Curragh racecourse in 2020. Style days combine great racing & fashion with some fantastic prizes available for ladies and gentlemen. As well as high style, you can guarantee to experience first-class racing.
Style competitions celebrate the age-old tradition of trackside style and celebrate modern trends, exuberant millinery and head-to-toe style and grooming. The Curragh has continued to evolve its style competitions to see them become highly anticipated events on the fashion social calendars for ladies and gentlemen, Take a look at the best dressed competition days for 2020 in which race-goers are actively encouraged to get involved and dress smart;
There is no formal dress code in The Curragh racecourse but we recommend smart dress befitting of the occassion. Gentlemen usually wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie but it is not compulsory wear ties or jackets. Smart casual is good and is the norm on most days. We encourage smart dress so feel free to dress up and enjoy the occasion.
For gentlemen, racewear may include:
What to wear - Ladies
If you're coming racing, get excited! Racing & fashion go hand-in-hand, offering you one of the best opportunities to get dressed up and make the most of an occasion like no other. Ladies generally like to dress smart for the occassion. Whilst there is no formal dress code for ladies at The Curragh racecourse, it is advisable to dress accordingly for the occasion and the weather. Most people will be in raceday attire, i.e. suits and dresses with headpieces on major days.
For ladies, racewear may include:
Kerrygold Irish Oaks Winner 2019 - Eimear Elsted from Newbridge
Judges; Ciara O’Doherty, Marty Morrissey and EVOKE.ie’s Sybil Mulcahy
The Kerrygold Fashions on the Field competition was open to both ladies and gentlemen & the top prize was a luxury weekend for two at the exclusive 5 Star Ballyfin Demesne worth €5000
Eimaear's outfit: ASOS stone-blue midi-dress with flower pattern detailing, a pair of gold heels from Penney’s, matching bag from TK Maxx & headpiece a golden crown hired from local shop Hat’s Amore.
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