Skinny and structured

There’s nothing we love to see more at the Spring Racing Carnival than non-traditional outfits that deny the frills and flutter, but still feel right at home. Saturday’s Caulfield Cup was filled with examples, from Bambi Northwood-Blyth’s races outfit to this easy combination of super-skinny pants and a smart structured top, both by Scanlan & Theodor. The wearer, Emma, brought the ensemble into Spring Racing territory by way of a traditional piece of headwear made by milliner Liza Georgia.

See the full outfit after the break.

spring racing liza georgia hat

skinny pants racing outfit

For spring racing fashion ideas for the upcoming Melbourne cup, follow that link.

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