Call us optimists but we have high hopes for the British summer this year.With reports of April being the hottest in history, it bodes well that the warmer weather is here to stay - at least for the next few months.
Royal Ascot 2019 is well underway, as racegoers from across the globe flock to Berkshire for the annual event.But it’s not just the racing which steals the headlines, as the notoriously strict dress code never fails to bring out a whole host of fabulous outfits.Famed for its display of sartorial creations, there’s no quiet day on the fashion front and with hats mandatory, it’s the perfect chance for guests to really push the boundaries with a show-stopping headpiece.Once again, the Royal Ascot hats have not disappointed with everything from a quintessentially British afternoon tea-themed creation to a feathered horse.Scroll to see this year’s most spectacular ideas above.
It’s the big day and guests have started arriving at Windsor castle.We can’t wait to see what everyone is wearing: the dresses, the jewellery and most importantly, THE HATS! Because you’re not fully dressed for a royal wedding until you put on your hat.They come in all shapes and sizes: from teeny-tiny fascinators to ginormous, not-going-to-see-anything-in-the-church floppy masterpieces.Here’s a few of our favourites so far: Oprah Winfrey in a gorgeous pale pink wide-brimmed hat, stuffed with feathers, Amal Clooney in a canary yellow Stella McCartney dress with matching hat and mesh veil, and Idris Elba’s finance, Sabrina Dhowre in a smart, blue fascinator.Let the peacock parade begin!Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Everything we’ve learned about the royal wedding this morningPrince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: LIVE on Yahoo Crowds cheer as George and Amal Clooney arrive looking fairytale perfectlooks
The first lady did not remove her oversized Michael Kors topper — which she paired with a matching skirt suit — during the national anthem.
Royal Ascot 2017 is here and with it comes a four-day-long parade of OOT outfits, mad hats, flowering fascinators and generally out-there fashion.The royals put in their appearance on day one, with the Duchess of Cambridge looking lovely in an all-white ensemble, and the Queen has already visited twice.But what are all of the ‘regular’ people wearing to the races this year? Click through the slideshow to see all of the most eye-catching looks we’ve spotted.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The best of Royal Ascot style: From the Duchess of Cambridge to Amanda HoldenJumpsuits are now allowed at Royal Ascot thanks to an updated dress codeDuchess of Cambridge is pretty in pink at Trooping the Colour parade
Just like sister Gigi, Bella Hadid has turned to the role of fashion designer. The 20-year-old model has been teasing her new collaboration with Chrome Hearts all over Instagram.But it’s not just a line of tees that the younger Hadid has designed. Her favourite hat style – the baker boy cap – is set to make a comeback if her recently unveiled pink patent design is anything to go by.Originally known as the newsboy cap, this hat style was popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among the male population. It saw a resurgence among women (particularly female celebrities) in the early 2000s but has died since then.Not for much longer, it seems. Here’s a few you can get your hands on right now.Every time Bella Hadid rivalled Gigi in 2016Nike slammed for choosing ‘too thin’ Bella Hadid as latest face
Each year, fashion at the Royal Ascot never ceases to cross a threshold of fabulousness or wackiness. But at Ascot 2016 - you guessed it - a series of incredible outfits have already managed to steal the thunder of the races themselves.Here are our favourite picks.Ascot Races: The Style Guide Duchess Of Cambridge Proves Red Is Her Colour At Garter Day Service
High fashion meets activewear. It’s becoming more visible on the runways and in the streets as it’s effortless and comfy but still cute. From pairing a jersey with high heels to matching a t-shirt dress with Nikes, styling activewear is limitless. We created some (reasonably priced) outfits for inspiration: