Thousands of excited revelers brave the cold conditions in Melbourne for the other day of the spring carnival.
Racegoers flooded Flemington Racecourse again on Thursday, ready to lower their hair for Oaks Day – also known as Ladies Day.
Despite the fact that the mercury plunged to a cool 15 ° C, there was still a lot of skin to see and a sea of deep necklines.
Dressed to impress, they were all in a good mood with wild antics on display.
Some gamblers were prepared for the temperature change and appeared with umbrellas that matched their elegant ensembles.
Happy as a punch! Despite temperatures plunging to a cool 15 ° C, many glamor-up women still opted for cleavage dresses, including this party-goer
Winner! A green woman struggles to control her excitement after a race at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne on Thursday
Show their wild side: women in elegant ensembles cheer from the stands while enjoying lots of bubbles while a man watches
Hats off! A woman in a black dress holds her hat with one hand while balancing a champagne flute in her other during Oaks Day at Flemington Racecourse on Thursday
Having fun! An excited partygoer waves to a friend while she enjoys a glass of bubbles on Flemington Racecourse on Thursday
Wild weather! Strong winds caused havoc for partygoers on Thursday. A woman holds her fascinator firmly while a gust of wind blows through it
Blown away: While these women were prepared for the rain, they fought the wind as the temperatures dropped on Thursday at the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne
Laugh! A woman bursts into a giggle as she struggles to properly raise her umbrella at Flemington Racecourse
The wind, however, created an additional challenge for racegoers, as many fought to keep their umbrellas up in the right way.
A few women also came close to closing their headwear and were forced to hold while the storm struck.
And while some received the feminine and distinctly fashionable memo, others crashed into the style bets.
Oaks Day is all about & # 39; femininity, style and grace & # 39; and is a day when both women and men are encouraged to step up their style and be creative and playful with their spring clothes.
Traditionally known as & # 39; Ladies Day & # 39 ;, the nation's celebrities diminished their bold appearance of the Cup in favor of soft silk, muted flowers and mid calf lines, with a fair number of exchange hats for intricate crystal headbands.
Happy as a punch! Despite the lower temperatures, many women did not worry about covering their carefully selected fashion choices
Hold your hats! Bright colors were seen on Thursday in Flemington while racing festivities continued, these women enjoyed the day despite the wind
Woman in black! A woman combined her lace black dress with red lips and a golden headband. And even though the sun only appeared for a short time, she was still wearing her sunglasses
Dressed to impress: many revelers were excited at Flemington Racecourse in the late afternoon, these women were ready to pose for a photo
Celebration in style: two ecstatic men see the rain brave as they watch a race unfold at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne
No problem! A man tries to find cover under his umbrella during Oaks Day 2019 at Flemington Racecourse
Many in the Birdcage were stunned in their designer threads, but some stars continued to break the strict Flemington dress code by dazzling midriffs and excessive amounts of skin.
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. .
High fashion: umbrellas were the accessory par excellence on Thursday, with many women in glamorous ensembles seen trotting along with umbrellas
The men! Two excited men embrace during a race at Flemington Racecourse on Thursday
The fight is real! The weather took a dramatic turn in Melbourne on Thursday, this woman covered herself in a yellow poncho for wet weather
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.
What is acceptable racing clothing fashion at Flemington on Oaks Day?
Kennedy Oaks Day is known as Ladies Day, and racegoers embrace a feminine palette with beautiful pastel colors and floral prints. It is a day that racers can embrace beauty, romance and wonder.
Ladies love a floral dress with ruffles and ruffles for a flirty, floating feel. Distinguish the femininity of a beautiful outfit with bold makeup, a striking headpiece and cool accessories with studs, necklaces and tassels.
If you enter the space of the members, jumpsuits must be floor length, because short suits are not acceptable.
Shortcuts, short jumpsuits / suits, torn or torn clothes, clothing with a midriff and denim are all unacceptable.
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