Anna Heinrich has delivered us some of the best racing day fashion all season long, and this pale blue number was no exception. She wore a long-sleeve mini dress from Misha Collection, Tony Bianco cream pointy-toe heels and a Lisa Tan Millinery hat.
Race day royalty Kate Waterhouse went untraditional in a Dior print dress with thin straps, a deep v-neckline and a sheer skirt. A wide black leather Dior belt cinched her waist and she topped off her look with tousled beachy waves and a wide-brimmed white hat by Adelaide milliner Sylvy Earl. She also brought along her two daughters, who wore matching Burberry poplin sailor dresses.
With boyfriend Andy Lee by her side, Rebecca Harding opted for a colourful floral Dolce & Gabbana dress and strappy Dsquared2 red and pink velvet sandals. Her showstopping piece was her tiara of bright flowers and a green gemstone.
Model and fiance of AFL player Joel Selwood, Brit Davis kept things simple in a pastel aqua Misha Collection dress with Tony Bianco heels and an Oroton purse in a matching hue. She finished her elegant look with an Ezara J gold headpiece.
Another racy Dior number, Lindy Klim showed off a black bodysuit and green sparkly gingham skirt with a waist-high split. Classic black stilettos and a chain-plaited headband completed the look. Lindy attended Stakes Day with her whole family in tow.
Snezana Wood brought the drama in a custom yellow Oglia-Loro dress and a contrasting purple Chanel bag. Her George The Label shoes were custom-made, too, and her large white hat was from Morgan & Taylor.
AFL player and Survivor Australia contestant Abbey Holmes stood out in a bright green Mackenzie Mode dress with a plunging neckline, puffy sleeves and button-down front. She accessorised in black with a Morgan & Taylor fascinator, Sheike handbag and black heels.
Former Miss Universe Australia and 2019 Melbourne Cup Carnival ambassador Tegan Martin went for a laidback vibe in a long-sleeve ATOÌR frock and a Heather McDowall straw hat.