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Rachael Finch and Ashley Hart attend on Oaks Day at Flemington Racecourse on November 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Oaks Day is traditionally known as ladies day during the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne. A day for frocks and fascinators and flash flooding.

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Winner of Melbourne Cup’s Fashions in the Field, Emily Hunter, in a dress made…

Spring comfy casual. Love this by Bettyblue find more women fashion ideas . more here

I love this outfit. I couldnt wear the tank to work without a cover, and I wouldnt wear a jean jacket all day.

Melbourne Cup 2016: Fashion, celebrities, Birdcage, photos | Herald Sun

Colours run wild inside the Birdcage — Herald Sun

Joseph Ribkoff Dress | Spring Racing Carnival | Melbourne Cup #josephribkoff

Joseph Ribkoff Dress | Spring Racing Carnival | Melbourne Cup #josephribkoff

Spring Racing Carnival Fashion: Thurley Resort 2015

Spring Racing Carnival Fashion: Thurley Resort 2015

Shop the latest in Thurley’s luxury clothing range for timeless pieces that are both modern & classic. Shop online or locate your closest Thurley store.

White is alright: Jodi Anasta showcased a stunning design by Toni Matičevski, which feature a daisy style print on the fabric

Rachel Finch and Jodi Anasta wear Aussie designers at Golden Slipper

White is alright: Jodi Anasta showcased a stunning design by Toni Mati?evski, which feature a daisy style print on the fabric

Proof That Nikki Is the Queen of Spring Racing Style

Proof That Nikki Is the Queen of Spring Racing Style

Reny Kestel Designer of luxurious handmade hats, headpieces & bridal millinery

Margaret Wood of Essendon at Melbourne Cup, Flemington,1964. Image © Fairfax Archive  To get our spring racing look, shop online: http://www.nostalgiccharm.com.au/womens-dresses.html #nostalgiccharm #springracing

Margaret Wood of Essendon at Melbourne Cup, Flemington, Image © Fairfax Archive

The Day Spring Racing Changed Forever via @WhoWhatWearAU

Jean Shrimpton didn’t realise Australians placed such importance on conformity – Picture: Duncan Killick

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