Home Australia Glamorous racegoers go all out and brave the gray skies as they attend the final day of Royal Ascot.

Glamorous racegoers go all out and brave the gray skies as they attend the final day of Royal Ascot.

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Saturday marks the fifth and final day of Royal Ascot, and racegoers pulled out all the stops when it comes to their outfits.

Racegoers put their best foot forward today as they headed to Royal Ascot for its fifth and final day.

As one of the highlights of the racing calendar, the event in Berkshire is as famous for its fashion as the horses.

And although the weather at Ascot today is not ideal and the skies are cloudy and not perfectly clear, that did not stop the revelers from putting on their best.

Extravagant headpieces and vibrant dresses were the order of the day, with many opting to wear bright hues like fuchsia and scarlet.

While some opted for long dresses, others chose more daring numbers, and some racegoers sported sky-high hemlines.

Saturday marks the fifth and final day of Royal Ascot, and racegoers pulled out all the stops when it comes to their outfits.

As always, statement headpieces were the order of the day, and this attendee opted for a statement hat.

As always, statement headpieces were the order of the day, and this attendee opted for a statement hat.

One woman opted for a daringly high hemline, pairing her fuchsia minidress with a pair of pointy gold heels.

One woman opted for a daringly high hemline, pairing her fuchsia minidress with a pair of pointy gold heels.

These ladies seemed to be enjoying their party and were photographed laughing as they took part in the action.

These ladies seemed to be enjoying their party and were photographed laughing as they took part in the action.

IN GOOD SPIRIT: These women were photographed holding their drinks and laughed together and soaked up the atmosphere.

IN GOOD SPIRIT: These women were photographed holding their drinks and laughed together and soaked up the atmosphere.

This lavender dress worn by Antje Battersby was accessorized with a bold and eye-catching hat.

This lavender dress worn by Antje Battersby was accessorized with a bold and eye-catching hat.

This trio smiled as they posed for photos in their brightly colored ensembles, opting for pink, blue and red pieces.

This trio smiled as they posed for photos in their brightly colored ensembles, opting for pink, blue and red pieces.

ITV Racing presenter Charlotte Hawkins dons a luxurious purple jumpsuit for her appearance at the event.

ITV Racing presenter Charlotte Hawkins dons a luxurious purple jumpsuit for her appearance at the event.

PICTURE PERFECT: This stylish race fan opted to wear a long skirt and a statement hat today

PICTURE PERFECT: This stylish race fan opted to wear a long skirt and a statement hat today

While some attendees opted for vibrant hues, others wore pastel and light colors for their outing.

While some attendees opted for vibrant hues, others wore pastel and light colors for their outing.

Radio and TV presenter, talent show judge and PR agent Nicki Chapman was among the revelers at Ascot today.

Radio and TV presenter, talent show judge and PR agent Nicki Chapman was among the revelers at Ascot today.

The couple subtly coordinated their outfits, with the woman opting for a green dress, while the man wore a tie of the same color.

The couple subtly coordinated their outfits, with the woman opting for a green dress, while the man wore a tie of the same color.

And some groups chose to coordinate their outfits, combining them with their friends, instead of opting for solo looks.

Royal Ascot, the crown jewel of the UK racing calendar, began on Tuesday with the Queen Anne Stakes and ends today.

This year’s meeting will have a total prize money of £10 million. This is a record amount for Royal Ascot. Minimum winnings for the eight Group 1 races will be £650,000.

It was founded by Queen Anne in 1711 after she declared that Ascot was ideal for “horses galloping at full speed” and today it has become a major social event as well as a sporting attraction.

For the first time in its 313-year history, Ascot Racecourse announced the appointment of a creative director this year.

British fashion designer Daniel Fletcher was responsible for creating the annual Lookbook and Millinery Collective in 2024, which set the style tone for the year and often inspired racegoers’ outfits.

He is known for his classic silhouettes and modern gender-fluid clothing; Their Spring/Summer 2023 collection included corset designs for both men and women.

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