Glam racegoers arrive at Epsom Ladies' Day as Vogue Williams turns heads in leopard print

GLAMOROUS racegoers are in high spirits wearing an array of eye-popping frocks and knocking back tipples at Epsom Ladies’ Day.

The stylist attendees have descended on the Surrey-based racecourse dressed to the nines in towering heels and some VERY flamboyant hats for the Investec Derby Festival.

Posing in their finery, women were spotted enjoying bottles of champagne, jugs of Pimm's and bottles of beers.

Although the dress code differs depending on what stand visitors have tickets for, attendees pulled out all the stops and glammed up for their day out.

Flirty frocks and outlandish headwear are clearly all the rage at the Epsom Downs racing bonanza, with fascinators adorned with flowers and feathers being paraded in the enclosure.

New mum Vogue Williams, who is DJ'ing the Ladies' Day afterparty, led the style brigade looking every inch the golden girl with a yellow cross-over top and stunning headband.

 

Aside from winning big on the horse-racing and enjoying the flowing booze, women have gone all out to compete to win the coveted Best Dressed award.

This year the title is not to be sniffed at, as it comes with the swanky prize of a seven-night stay in Mauritius.

Guests in the Queen’s Stand on Ladies' Day must wear a fascinator or hat,  and jeans, sports shorts, denim or trainers are not acceptable.

Meanwhile, gentlemen, who can also compete for Best Dressed, must wear a jacket, collar and tie, while children should be dressed smartly.

 

In the Grandstand Hospitality areas, where tickets cost from £65, ladies are required to wear a fascinator or hat and gentleman are encouraged to wear a jacket and tie.

Grandstand Enclosure guests, who forked out over £15 for tickets, are also required to dress up, with sportswear, sleeveless vests and bare tops being banned.

Denim can be worn but it must not be frayed, torn or ripped and guests are not permitted to wear sports trainers.

The gates opened at 11am this morning and the first race kicks off at 2pm.

Check out our live blog from the event today, which includes runners, results, latest news and gossip.

Meanwhile, check out the Grand National girls who got into the party spirit on Aintree Ladies’ Day.

 

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