Celebrities who wear crazy accessories and bizarre fabrics, straight from movie sets, have committed crimes against fashion on Crown Oaks Day.
Models and influencers braved the wind at Flemington Racecourse in bewildering ensembles, with celebrity stylist Lana Wilkinson moving into parts of & # 39; tissue paper & # 39; hid and accessorising with a pair of unusual plastic heels reminiscent of Cinderella.
Crazy accessories were the order of the day, with catwalk queen Rebecca Harding putting on a pair of long opera gloves and actress Olympia Valance fastening her floor-length dress with a length of curtain rope.
Stars continued to break the strict Flemington dress code by dazzling midriffs and excessive amounts of skin after dozens of Melbourne Cup breaches, with Australian rule football player Abbey Holmes showing off her abs in a half-length dress with belt that looked like it was worn to the front.
Famous stylist Lana Wilkinson (left) wrapped herself in huge parts of & # 39; tissue & # 39; and seemed to have borrowed a pair of glass slippers straight from Cinderella's feet, while former Home and Away star Isabella Giovinazzo (right) footwear advice from Lana with a similar pair of plastic heels and a fairly infantile pleated maxi dress adorned with flamingo & # 39; s
Her second appearance on the worst-dressed list of FEMAIL in two days was stylist Lana Wilkinson, who found herself in a strip of & # 39; tissue paper & # 39; tribute and put on a pair of plastic heels that looked like Cinderella's glass slippers.
Reality TV star Lorinska Merrington was embarrassed to wear the same perspex shoes as Lana, and in the same way missed the brand in a poorly fitted, extra large blazer that showed too much leg for Flemington.
Former Home and Away actress Isabella Giovinazzo also seemed to have taken instructions from the stylist by choosing a pair of plastic pumps, which she combined with a rather infantile pleated maxi dress in various shades of pink and decorated with flamingos. .
Former neighbor actress Olympia Valance wore a shapeless Greek maxi dress that seemed to be held at the waist with a piece of curtain rope and glided across her chest in an unflattering way.
Her choice of rather dated neon yellow stilettos called sartorial memories from the middle of the Noughties, while her golden Louis Vuitton handbag was a bit awkward for a day of racing.
Former neighbor actress Olympia Valance (left) wore dated neon stilettos and a shapeless Greek maxi dress that seemed to be girdled with a length of curtain rope, while Australia's favorite weather girl Jane Bunn seemed to have forgotten her dress to iron before leaving the house
Reality star Lorinska Merrington (photo) showed off too much leg for Flemington in this poorly fitted blazer, and was also confronted with the sartorial embarrassment of arriving in the same shoes as Lana Wilkinson
Model Rebecca Harding (left) tried to reproduce Audrey Hepburn's most iconic look from Breakfast at Tiffany & # 39; s (right), but her ill-fitting mini-dress full of opera gloves the entire length left her closer to a mime -act than Mademoiselle Chanel
Australia's favorite weather presenter, Jane Bunn, fell flat in a blushing floral midi dress and a picky pink fascinator on the front of her hair.
Model Rebecca Harding may have made the best-dressed list on Melbourne Cup Day, but her attempt to get Audrey Hepburn's most iconic look from & # 39; Breakfast at Tiffany & # 39; s & # 39; reproducing with opera gloves and point toilets was more & # 39; mime-act & # 39; then Mademoiselle Chanel.
Winner Pia Miranda, actress and Survivor Australia, would have been more at home in Byron Bay than the bookmakers in Flemington in her lanky bohemian maxi dress and mismatch bag with fringes, which were not at all suitable for a spring day.
Winner Survivor Australia, Pia Miranda (left), would have been more at home in Byron Bay than the gambling store in Flemington in this chic bohemian maxi dress and black bag with tassels, while Australian rule footballer Abbey Holmes (right) would certainly be warm under the collar until the last race
Australian rule football player Abbey Holmes broke the strict Flemington dress code by showing off her abs in a peach leather midi dress, with a belt with silver buckle and strategic cutouts that would be better suited for the back of the ensemble.
WAG Brit Davis looked elegant from the back in a pink and white brocade dress down to the floor, but the number was less flattering from the front thanks to a poorly cut fishtail train and a poorly fitting body that seemed a bit large for its supple frame.
Sport Illustrated model Jessica Gomes is always stylish, which made her choice for a knitted navy dress with long sleeves all the more astonishing.
WAG Brit Davis looked nice from the rear (left), but her pink-white brocade dress (right) was less flattering from the front thanks to a poorly cut hemline and fishtail train
Sport Illustrated model Jessica Gomes (photo) was dressed for the wrong season in this thick, knitted navy dress and lanky black heels with small openings around her big toes
Network Ten presenter Sandra Sully (photo) seemed to celebrate Christmas two months earlier with this red, coil-inspired headpiece shaped in a bow
The usually chic David Jones ambassador combined the seasonally inappropriate number with a lanky pair of black heels, with small openings around her big toes, and polarized sunglasses.
Network Ten presenter Sandra Sully seemed to celebrate Christmas two months earlier with a red, wrapping paper-inspired headpiece shaped in a bow.
The festive fascinator shocked with her dark floral maxi dress and black lacquer kitten heels, which were also decorated with bows.
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