I attended Royal Ascot this week and had to share my head to toe high street outfit! You don’t have to spend a fortune to stand out on Race day. The best part about this outfit, is all the pieces can be styled with so many other outfit options. I don’t think outfits that you will only wear once are the way to go anymore. Invest in some versatile pieces that will see you through many events! This blazer would make the perfect date night outfit paired with some jeans and lace cami or graphic tee.

This is the first year that women were allowed to wear a suit or jumpsuit to Ascot so it would have been rude not to make the most of the new dress code. My suit is made up of  Wide leg trousers and a bell sleeve blazer, both from Zara. Bell sleeves are a big trend at the moment and I loved how it added a feminine touch to this look.I kept my accessories muted and tied my bag and shoes in with the embellished gold buttons on the trousers. These gold block heels from H&M were perfect for walking on the grass and were so comfy! They will definitely be my new summer wardrobe staple!

I paired the suit with this red bandage top for a pop of colour, also from Zara. The top featured a sexy cross back detail. The thick bandage material gave it a luxury feel, similar to Hervé Léger designer pieces. Priced at just £14 it is the perfect designer dupe!


I absolutely love a bargain and this hat definitely hit the mark. I got so many compliments and no one believed me when I told them it was £4 in Primark. I wanted something to complete my look and immediately spotted this wide rimmed floppy hat, with clear mesh and ribbon detail. I loved how it added drama to the outfit. I finished my look with loose curls and an eyeliner flick for the perfect Ladies day worthy look.

Until next time,


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Similar trousers 

Bell sleeve Blazer

Red Jacquared Bodice

Gold Block Heels

Similar gold clutch bag

Floppy Cream Hat







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