Ruling Fashions On The Field!

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Cue Floral Satin Spliced Dress, Murley & Co Latex Crown in Rose Gold, Swarovski Lunar Earrings, Jo Mercer Lockhart Heels (similar style here), Oroton Clutch (similar style here), Michael Kors, Michael Kors Blair Watch.

If you’ve been on the gram lately, you’ll already know that my weekend consisted of new season cue, crowns and champagne as I co-judged Brisbane Racing Club’s Fashions on the Field at the James Boag Doomben 10,000 Races. Sitting alongside Brisbane’s most fashionable, Kelly Alderman of Hunt + Kelly, Mark Ferguson of Wil Valor and 2014 Miss World Australia Courtney Thorpe, I was on the look out for a winner with a bold sense of style, a clever touch of metallics and a killer pair of shoes. To see the well deserved winners, check out @brisbaneracingclub.

As for my little ensemble, the styling of this prestigious race day calls for a tailored with a touch of metallic dress code, so naturally I turned to my favourite label, Cue who specialise in perfectly tailored pieces. This gown features an opulent floral print in a wintery colour palette, and a luxe satin fabric. The asymetrical, off the shoulder neckline and boned bodice create a flattering, feminine silhouette, making this dress the perfect statement for a fancy occasion.

Channeling a regal vibe, I chose a beautiful Rose Gold Latex Crown from Melbourne based milliner Murley & Co. A delicate leafy texture is highlighted against the brushed, rose gold hue, creating an ethereal tone – a signature of Carla Murley’s craftsmanship. If you haven’t already become familiar with this millinery queen then I suggest you follow her gram.

Are there any Brisbane fashionista’s attending Ladies’ Oaks Day at Eagle Farm this weekend? How do you plan to rule Fashions on the Field? Leave me a little tip in the comments below!


Photography by Erin Smith Photography