Grand National attendees are dressed to impress this year
Grand National fans have flocked to Aintree Racecourse for day two of the British event, which will see the Mildmay Novices’ Chase unfold this afternoon. Glamorous guests have been pictured arriving at the track, wearing brightly coloured dresses and fascinators to match.
Guests step out for Ladies Day
Six brightly dressed women have set the tone for the day, pictured wearing spring shades of pink, green, and yellow.
Form-fitting dresses and floral accessories are the styles for this year’s Grand National Ladies’ Day, with thin, strappy heels also a clear favourite.
While one guest opted for an elegant, flowing green dress, others matched the wide pink runway in their on-trend belted frocks.
Channelling their inner Royal style, bold color-blocking and pure white ensembles have also been donned by racegoers.
Bodycon style dresses have been sported by glamorous guests
There were lots of colourful looks on display
A younger crowd of visitors also opted for bold shades, with tousled hairstyles and bold fascinators.
Figure-hugging dresses with interesting necklines are popular among racegoers this year, with several women seen sporting one-shoulder styles.
While many attendees opted for more classic looks, others confidently arrived at the race track in unmissable ensembles.
Styling a pure white, puff sleeve dress, a smiling racegoer donned cobalt blue accessories, including a large a-symmetrical headpiece.
Bright pink and purple outfits were spotted as guests arrived
There were some bold looks
Other fashion-forward Ladies’ Day guests showed off their unique flair in detailed outfits.
A young woman pictured outside the Royal Stand was hard to miss in a mix of bright yellow, green, blue and pink fabrics.
The intricately detailed top was made of a sheer lace material, finished with corset-style bone details and bright jewels.
While the see-through outfit was a daring choice for the occasion, the racegoer looked glowing in vibrant shades.
Women donned their best looks
To top off the one-of-a-kind outfit, a long, satin green skirt traipsed behind the woman’s exposed legs.
A striped, ruffle detail could also be seen, with a headpiece to match the busy dress.
Other guests sported earthy shades of green and blue, with elegant satin pictured again on another guest.
The dark-haired visitor covered her exposed shoulders in a floral wreath to complete her springtime look.
Others dressed to impress in red and bold spotted patterns
Young racegoers also dressed to impress in bright colours and out-there styles
Sporting her own take on the seasonal racing style, another racing fan showed off her toned legs in a 60’s style mini dress and long overcoat.
The blue, pink, and purple-tone outfit was a nod to another spring-time symbol – butterflies.
Seen fluttering at the top of her bowed hat, the woman styled silver-heeled sandals and a sparkly butterfly-shaped bag to match.
With many other guests also opting for a similar colourway, it seems that statement shades of pastel colours are the style of the season for racegoers this year.