Some of the fashion on display at Royal Ascot on Day 1
The Queen cut a fashionable figure on day one of Royal
Ascot as she appeared in a fondant pink suit
|Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. Beatrice wore a belted coat of navy and white horizontal stripes, her younger sister wore a monochrome dress paired with a cropped black jacket
|Personally I preferred the outfits that these ladies wore last year. Im not sure what the "Lip" hats are all about
|This lady opted for a simple yet elegant look.
|This Lady was Laced with Style.
|Katherine Jenkins and Danielle Lineker
(Photo from Gary Linekers Twitter)
|Aishwarya Rai Bachchan opted for a classic look in
a black and white lace dress and Philip Treacy Hat
|This Lady definitely brought Glitz and
Glamour to Royal Ascot
|Keeping the Block Colour Trend alive.
|This Lady never fails to make an
Impact at Royal Ascot.
|Katherine Jenkins wearing Philip Treacy Hat
and ROKSANDA ILINCIC Dress
|Jan Theobald and her husband. Jan Wore a very colourful vintage dress from the 70's which was her grandmothers. Her husband also looked wonderful in his National Dress
|Emma Spencer opted for a simple hat
The Hats reached new heights on Day 1 with
many ladies choosing to wear floral head-wear
|Jan Theobald wearing a vintage 70's dress which was her grandmothers and a lovely colourful hat from hatsbymimi.com
Yesterday, milliner and sculptor David Schilling fell foul of the Ascot fashion police after attempting to make his way onto the racecourse sporting a huge floral wreath underneath his top hat.
And he wasn't the only one to attempt to bend the style rules. From giant comedy hats to too-short skirts and sky high platform heels, some Royal Ascot racegoers appear to need a recap of the Ascot style rules. If you're heading there tomorrow remember to view our Royal Ascot Dress code