Your spring race fashion guide: Model Nikki Phillips lists her rules along the track – and says that ladies should have it easy with fake brown and men should avoid white shoes at all costs
- Nikki Phillips, mother of two and spring race expert, has shared the top trends
- She sees color blocking, high necklines and velvet headbands are coming back
- The 36-year-old also outlined some of the most important do & # 39; s and don & # 39; ts on the big day
An Australian spring racing expert has shared the top fashion trends that we will see outside the party tents – and the do & # 39; s and don & # 39; ts on the day itself.
Mother of two and model Nikki Phillips applaud groundbreaking for the & # 39; race that stops a nation & # 39; in her best designer, and said that we should look at romantic color patterns this year.
& # 39; There will be many soft pastel colors, flowers and neutral tones with half-long zoom lines, & # 39; the 36-year-old told FEMAIL.
Nikki Phillips has shared the top fashion trends that we will see outside of the party tents – and the do & # 39; s and don & # 39; ts on the day itself
If you want to make a statement, it's a fun way to push the boundaries with a bright color, high necklines and a tailored fit.
In terms of matching accessories Nikki, who is Afterpay& # 39; s style expert for this year's races, loves puffy and oversized velvet headbands, bows, pearl crowns and a classic wide-brimmed hat.
On the day itself, the beautiful blonde has some important tips to get the most out of the celebration – without wearing & # 39; worst-dressed & # 39; to come to lists.
& # 39; There will be many soft pastel colors, flowers, and neutral tones with half-long zoom lines, & # 39; the 36-year-old told FEMAIL
On the day itself, the beautiful blonde has some important tips to get the most out of the celebration – without wearing & # 39; worst-dressed & # 39; to come to lists
& # 39; Do not wear uncomfortable or new shoes just to look good and get some heel stoppers or a thicker heel to prevent you from sinking into the grass, & # 39; she said.
She said to keep fake brown to a minimum, not to wear a single diaphragm, and for men at all costs to avoid white shoes.
For comparison: sunscreen, hat construction and accessories, drinking water and staying comfortable are all on her & # 39; do & # 39; list for the occasion.
If you're looking to put together your outfit with a limited budget, Nikki has completed her two favorite ensembles that would easily merge with the Spring Carnival Code.
For comparison: sunscreen, hat construction and accessories, drinking water and staying comfortable are all on her & # 39; do & # 39; list for the occasion
What other trends will we see at the races?
Afterpay stylist Jules Sebastian: & # 39; This season we see streetwear style dominating the spring season. Think of exciting zoom lines, tailor-made fit for the ladies and a real game with structural fashion signals. Of course we still make sure that the course fits well, but the course looks edged & # 39 ;.
Makeup artist Max May: & # 39; Think simple, natural and very clean. We love dewy natural skin and highlights, bronzed natural shades and naked lips with shine for that natural shine. The key is to know which products give you natural coverage, but won't shift all day & # 39 ;.
You could combine the $ 99.95 Milla Tuxedo Diamante Dress from Forever New with the $ 15.99 crystal hairpins from Lovisa, the $ 29.99 Kiki Monochrome dress from Colette Hayman and $ 179.95 Sierra heels from Tony Bianco.
If you have a little more money in your budget, the $ 329 Camilla & Marc Theo pants and the $ 550 matching blazer would go well with the Seed Buckle Puch for $ 29.99, Seed Wide Neck Ploat scarf for $ 29.95 and The Iconic Spurr Ricardo heels for $ 59.99.
& # 39; My only advice is to buy something that will last a long time – something that you will wear or style for another occasion, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; If you shop well, you get the most out of your wardrobe and your money is well spent. & # 39;
. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail