RACES READY: Need a last minute races outfit or stuck for inspo?

The annual Mekka Races are on this Wednesday, so saddle up and let’s go through some of the most popular styles for Brisbane’s winter racing event of the year!

 

So, with the Ekka winds you’ve got to stay warm, but also look super cute and races ready. That’s why long sleeve dresses are our number one pick.

 

The Bel dress is a perfect option. Throw it on and your outfit comes together without even trying. Pair with nude or black heels, statement earrings and loose curls and you’ve got yourself a killer outfit. 

 

The stunning red is our go to shade for winter and you can still feel confident while staying warm! What more could you want?!

 

Bel Dress

 

The V-Neck wrap style dresses are back this winter and we can’t get enough. The VANIA dress is one of our most popular and for good reason. The delicate details on this dress make it one that is perfect for the races. It’s got long sleeves and a stunning tie at the front, which is super flattering for all shapes and sizes!

 

Pair this incredible dress with white accessories, add a few gold clips in your hair and you have got yourself a jaw dropping winter races outfit!

 

Vania Dress

Now, if you’re not afraid to brave August’s harsh winds, our DAISY DREAMS dress is your go-to. This absolutely stunning dress sits perfectly, with a slit in just the right spot to make you feel comfy and confident! 

 

Add a white denim or leather jacket and pair with black or white accessories and this look will GO OFF!

 

Welcome spring with this gorgeous number that you can totally dress up or down depending on the occasion. Pair with heels and statement earrings for the races, or dress it down with sneakers and a denim jacket to go out for brunch.

 

Daisy Dreams Dress

 

So now you are ready for the best racing season yet! 

 

Psst got FOMO because you didn't get tickets? Tickets are still available here.

 

Have fun and stay safe,

 

Love the Sparrow and Finch team x  

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