Although Ascot’s famous dress code is less strict than in previous years (jumpsuits are now permitted), there are still a lot of dos and don’ts when it comes to dressing for the races. All straps must be wider than one inch, so look to our pleated dress, which offers more shoulder coverage – it’s really flattering, too! Finish the look with a beaded clutch, and espadrille wedges that won’t sink into the grass.
As with Ascot, the dress code for certain areas of Henley can be prescriptive. Ladies are required to wear dresses, or skirts, with a hemline below the knee, so opt for this midi style in always-elegant black. Add delicate accessories, as well as a classic cardigan in case it gets chilly.
While this Grand Slam is a lot more relaxed than other events, it’s still important to look the part – especially in the hospitality section. We suggest taking inspiration from Centre Court, and choosing head-to-toe white. A broderie-anglaise shift is a stylish option that will be comfortable to wear all day.
Whether it’s an extra-special birthday, anniversary, or christening, a sophisticated garden party is sure to crop up in your social calendar this season. Channel a luxe bohemian vibe in this floaty silk maxi: the beautiful silk jacquard and wrap shape will make an effortless statement, while the subtle, all-over rose print adds a romantic edge.