If you love romantic racewear then Oaks Day is the day for you. It is considered the most glamorous day and features the final of the Myer Fashions on the Field. The day is packed full of beautiful feminine fashion which works perfectly with this year’s pastel Pantone colours Serenity and Rose Quartz. Blue and pink are a match made in heaven!


Celebrity Style: Myer Blog


You can’t go wrong with soft and pretty florals like those available from Cooper St but you can also add some colour to a nude base or experiment with earthy tones with dresses from Acler and C/meo Collective. Choose a headpiece that contrasts with the colours in your dress like the pink Lousie MacDonald headband or go with a soft and subtle brimmed Sophie Beale hat.

Crown Oaks Day’s significance on the fashion calendar is further reinforced with the crowning of the Myer Fashions on the Field Women’s Racewear national winner.


2015 Oaks Day Winners: VRC

To make a statement on Oaks Day you can mix and match coloured accessories or pop on a lipstick that packs some punch. Keep your look classy and sophisticated and you’ll be turning heads from the moment you walk in the gates.


Dress // Millinery // Heels // Bag // Lipstick // Watch // Lashes

Dress // Millinery // Heels // Bag // Necklace

The racing highlight of Crown Oaks Day is the Group 1 Crown Oaks, a classic for three-year-old fillies over 2500m, with $1 million in prize money and a stunning winner’s trophy.

Crown Oaks Day is known for being the pinnacle of feminine style during the Melbourne Cup Carnival. Women come together in their most majestic and resplendent ensembles to celebrate and indulge in the finest fashion, food, wine and racing.

The official flower of Crown Oaks Day is the pink rose and can be purchased from flower sellers near the entrances upon arrival to Flemington.