The Races: Our Style Guide
With Cheltenham Festival just around the corner, now is the time to sort your winning outfit for the occasion. The difficulty in dressing for the much-anticipated event stems from the very brief and relaxed dress code, with practicality and warmth being the extent of the instructions. Two words that can be unappealing when planning an outfit! You may believe marrying practicality with sophistication to be an impossible challenge, but we are here to prove you wrong.
We have put together four different race day looks of varying styles and colours, so you are sure to be first past the post. By opting for our boots, you can be sure they will be beautifully fitting and henceforth comfortable for a day on your feet. What’s more, you are sure to be uniquely dressed.
Haltham as a style embodies sophistication with practicality - a positive from the offset. A classic flat riding boot, this is a wardrobe staple which thanks to its fabric lining, will keep you warm as well as comfortable for a great days racing.
Heading into the hospitality areas? Firstly, lucky you, and secondly, let us introduce you to Belmore! Introduced for AW19 and now here to stay, the boot has a block heel for sophistication, with a built-in platform for comfort when cheering from the grandstands.
Feltham works perfectly if you’re keen to adopt more of a country-led look. The mid-height Cuban heel is practical, whilst also adding interest to the style, along with the stitching detail and unique textured nubuck.
Of course, an ankle boot is always a great option. Grove is a classic Chelsea boot with contrast elastic for elevation. The removable padded insock will allow you to go back and forth from the tote as often as you please.