Peter wore a camel tweed overcoat in a smart heavy wool fabric with hidden buttons. At his sleeve, you can see the silk beige liner poking through. He wore his coat over a smart black single-breasted suit with a white custom-made button-up shirt with a purple patterned tie. He opted for a darker-than-his-overcoat mid-brown hat with brown ribbon hatband.
Mike wore a smart brown heavy wool overcoat with contrasting notched lapels with half wool and half rich brown velvet (very on-trend this season). He wore a tie with a purple background and blue spots, which complemented his wife's outfit nicely.
Rich wore a classic blue single-breasted three-piece suit in a rich blue with a large contrasting check pattern in white. His suit has notched lapels and flap pockets. He wore a waistcoat with a collar, a crisp white shirt, and a pink-patterned tie (which looks to be Hermes).
Luc wore another classic suit (like Rich) but a single-breasted two-piece in navy. He also wore a crisp white shirt and a pink tie, which also appeared to be made by Hermes.
Did any racegoer outfits stand out to you?
Neutrals, tweeds, and earth tones seem to be the look of the season. Let us know in the comments which race day outfits were your favourite.
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