Cheering your horse on the home straight doesn’t get more chic than with pretty pleats on your cuffs; just accessorise Finery London’s peony print dress (below) or LK Bennett’s Cecily with a glass of plonk for the Instagram shot of dreams.Straps aside, the dress code at the annual event has galloped into modern territory in recent years - trouser suits and jumpsuits are both now welcome attire in the Royal Enclosure - so Mango’s navy all-in-one (below) is ideal for a day when the weather is good and you don’t need a cover-up.) Dating a member of one of the biggest bands in the world may have its perks, but it can also lead to being hounded by fans and media outlets alike.Still, here's your guide to living vicariously through these 18 lucky ladies.It's an impressive figure, especially given the fact that they spend at least 9 months of the year on the road.
And whats even weirder is she was born on July 23 2010 at exactly Pm!
A longer option - such as Rejina Pyo’s puffed confection (top) - will negate the need for a jacket or (heaven forbid) pashmina, since your arms will be toasty warm already.
It also comes with the added bonus of being THE colour of the season, yellow, and an easier-to-wear-than-lemon shade of marigold to boot.
There’s no getting away from the cold shoulder this summer when three of the most fancied frock trends are Bardot dresses, one-shoulder shifts and Nineties-style slips with skinny straps.
Which is all well and good for your cousin’s wedding in the Cotswolds and that trip to Ibiza in August, but if you find yourself trotting off to Ascot later this month it’s anything but a winner.