There are many upcoming events this season to get excited about with occasion menswear being at the focus of attention to dress and impress. With that in mind, we have Weddings, Sporting days out, not forgetting that Awards Season is upon us. Are you going to the Races for the first time, but not sure what you should wear on the day. Here’s a trend forecast to provide some styling inspiration in your closet to elevate your formal sporting attire.

What to Wear to the Races

What to Wear to the Races

What to wear to the Races

What to Wear to the RacesWhat to Wear to the RacesWhat to Wear to the RacesWhat to Wear to the RacesWhat to Wear to the RacesWhat to Wear to the RacesJust out of interest, what is your favourite Raceday of the year. Did you know The Jockey Club is Home to 15 of the best racecourses in Britain including Sandown Park, the Randox Grand National, Cheltenham Festival and The Derby.

For me going to the races is a bit like going to fashion week where style and glamour take centre stage is just as important as the horse racing sport itself. Each year I look very forward to attending some sporting events in the English Social Calendar just because it’s become an annual tradition for myself and my friends to get together while enjoying a thrilling day of excitement at the races.

It goes without saying that any sportswear is not permitted under any circumstances and don’t even think about turning up in a morning suit, full tuxedo or any suiting that bright including patterns. Play it safe, but still sophisticated and opt for summer hues in pastels instead. Most importantly, breathable fabrics are most suitable for this period of the new spring / summer racing season. To find out more you can read the official dress codes guide here on the official Sandown Park Website here

Blazer – ZARA MAN (sold out similar here)    Shirt – Ralph Lauren Chinos – ASOS MAN (Sold out similar here) Belt – Polo Ralph Lauren     Shoes – United Colors of Benetton (Sold out similar here)   Pocket Square – Tom Ford

Editorial Disclaimer: Please note this post contains some affiliate links which I may make a small commission from the sale of products I recommend at no extra cost to you from personal style recommendations as reviewed in this blogpost article.

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