Off to the Races: Shirt and tie combinations for Spring Racing

shirt and tie combinations for spring racing

The Sydney Spring Racing and Melbourne Cup Carnival is well and truly upon us, as we trot, canter and gallop as stylishly as we can through two months of gambling, gallivanting and grog. custodia iphone But a day at the races is as much about the fashions on the field as it is about the horses. fundas iphone xr fundas huawei y6 2017 Gents, the ladies have been playing dress-ups since they were five, so we’ve done our best to help you out with five of our best shirt and tie combinations for Spring racing that will get you winning in the style stakes:

Odds on favourite in orange

The races are the perfect occasion to let a bit of your individuality shine through and if ever there was a time to wear colour, this is it. bracelet et bracelets en zircon cubique violet taille marquise couleur or azora pour femmes cadeaux nouveaux bracelets de luxe ts0183 fundas iphone 11 pro max fundas samsung galaxy a50 Luftig is a striking shirt which will set off any navy suit perfectly and although some of you wouldn’t have dreamt of pairing orange with a green tie such as Rive Gauche, it works to a tee because these colours (green, orange and blue/navy) are triadic. Check out our blog on colour coordination for more details. Add a simple pocket square which complements this shirt and tie combination, and you will certainly cut a fine figure collecting your winnings. iphone cover fundas huawei p30 pro shirt and tie combinations for spring racing

Members Club

The Eton or club collar shirt’s pedigree needs no introduction (check out our blog) and is right on trend with the influence Gatsby, Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire have had on men’s fashion of late. fundas samsung galaxy s9 plus coque iphone x Why not channel an air of cultured respectability whilst you’re gambling, philandering and imbibing trackside. sautoir collier fantaisie poupee collierpascher11904 Pair this shirt with Schildkrote tie and a simple white pocket square (or try one with polka dots if you’re really rakish), for a strong and distinguished look that will have you vying for best dressed…you’re welcome! shirt and tie combinations for spring racing

A thoroughbred of the canine variety

OK, you’ve probably got a plethora of blue shirts in your wardrobe, but you haven’t got one like Frisch. This stunning shirt with a mini-houndstooth pattern or puppytooth as we like to call it, is a firm favourite in our book. fundas samsung galaxy s10e This shirt can be worn with a variety of ties but we’ve selected the Maastricht orange tie which is beautifully textured (tick), complementary in colour to this sea-blue shirt (tick) and with white polka dots…or are they bullet points (tick), adds a natty nuance to your race day outfit. azora bleu peinture a lhuile motif fleur bracelet pour femmes femmes cristal bracelets et bracelets couleur melangee bijoux de mode tb0094 fundas samsung galaxy s6 fundas samsung galaxy s10 shirt and tie combinations for spring racing

A fine cotton affair

Nothing says Spring like a crisp, white shirt, but don’t just reach for your usual work staple, indulge in something special, like Barberini. This West Indies Sea Island Cotton self-stripe shirt will definitely do the trick. collier ras de cou avec brillant collierpascher8730 fundas huawei mate 20 fundas huawei y5 2018 Made from the most fine of all cottons, this is one bet that will pay dividends. fundas huawei p10 lite Paired with a luxurious tie like Großglockner and a pocket square, this combination will look polished, clean and refined – just what you want for race day. collier perle eau douce noire fundas samsung galaxy s20 plus fundas iphone xs max shirt and tie combinations for spring racing

Royal enclosure

Racing is the sport of Kings, so inject some regal flair into your race day outfit with Royal Purple, a purple glen plaid shirt with Italian cutaway collar. fundas samsung galaxy a40 custodia cover huawei Make a statement by wearing a green tie such as Blarney.Don’t listen to anyone who tells you green is an unlucky colour at the races – superstitions of this kind won’t have you winning in the style stakes! Purple and green are complementary colours and when worn together, intensify each other, making a bold and eye-catching statement.