Ladies’ Day at the 2016 Cheltenham Festival

There are various major horse racing events taking place within the UK over the coming year, including the fabulous Royal Ascot as well as the Grand National. Another event that many men and women will be looking forward to is the Cheltenham Festival, which takes place from 15th to 18th March 2016. This is a hugely popular event and is one that is well attended by women as well as men, with the Ladies’ Day event being especially popular.

Next year’s Cheltenham Festival Ladies’ Day event will take place on 16th March 2016, and this is set to be a great and exciting day that women of all ages can look forward to. These are days where girlfriends can get together and enjoy a unique day out where they can take in the fun, excitement, thrills and atmosphere of the races as well as indulge in some Cheltenham Festival 2016 betting through sites such as Coral.

You will need to do a little forward planning when it comes to attending this event from planning your betting strategies to planning your outfit. In the event build up you can go onto sites such as Coral, as you can then get plenty of information, tips and advice that will provide you with inspiration with regards to picking a horse for your Cheltenham Festival 2016 betting. Another thing you will need to plan is what to wear, as Ladies’ Days are all about fashion as well as enjoying an exciting day out at the races.

As a group of women all heading to the event together, planning what to wear is all part and parcel of the excitement. This provides the perfect opportunity for you and your friends to really glam up with stunning outfits and bold makeup. Of course, you should also bear in mind that a day at the races can be a long and tiring one, so do add a little practicality when choosing your outfit. For example, rather than choosing the highest stiletto shoes you can find opt for kitten heels, as they still look glamorous but will be far easier on your feet! Also, make sure you bear in mind that the weather in March can still be pretty cool in the UK so if you don’t already have one invest in a smart jacket, shrug or coat to wear over your outfit.

If you’ve never been to the races before, it is always a good idea to get some inspiration from what other people have worn to past Ladies’ Day events. Many of the Royals and celebrities that attend these events have got the dress code down to a tee and while you might have to opt for slightly cheaper outfits you can get a good idea when it comes to style and colours by doing this.

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