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Avoid A Fashion Faux Pas: How To Dress For Ladies’ Day

Avoid A Fashion Faux Pas: How To Dress For Ladies’ Day

 

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Every April, hoards of women flock to Aintree, Liverpool for the Grand National race meeting, outshining the sport with an eclectic range of hats and frocks that seem to get more outrageous as the years go by. We love checking out the what the women wore but find it amazing how few of them manage to get it right!

This year’s freezing temperatures didn’t stop the fairer sex from pulling out all the stops, with hundreds of women vying for attention in tiny dresses while their partners covered up in suits. There was the usual explosion of colour, with many lasses opting for a rainbow style of ‘interesting’ pink, coral and yellow dresses in an attempt to get noticed.

We have to wonder, is it really that hard to find an outfit that will turn heads without making you look ridiculous? We trawled the internet for classy Ladies Day dresses and found some beautiful designs over at Designerdesirables.com. Liverpudlian lasses, take note!

A peplum dress would be perfect for the occasion, the perfect combination of smart and sultry. We love this baby pink number, with a plunging neckline and fitted waist that will show off your figure without looking too try-hard.

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If peplum isn’t your thing, an flared, equestrian style blazer is fitting for the occasion. We fell in love with this flattering pencil skirt suit, just £165 with free UK delivery.

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For elegant women’s designer clothing at a good price, this website is up there with the best of them, allowing you to shop for the style of your favourite celebs, from Kate Moss to Kate Middleton, at the click of a button. Finding the perfect dress just got a whole lot easier… now to hunt down a hat to match! Roll on Ascot…

Amy @ FashionBite xx

Disclaimer: This post has been promoted by Designer Desirables.

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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