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Fashion on the Field 2023

Wagga Gold Cup - Autumn Carnival

Kristopher Graydon Jewellers Fashions on the Field Information:

Registrations open at 11am at the Fashion tent located next to the MTC Office (closest to Travers St entrance)

Judging to commence from Race 2 onwards

Kristopher Graydon Jewellers Fashions on the Field Dress Code 2023

FOTF Judging Criteria

Best Dressed Lady

Judges will be looking for a standout race day outfit that references current Autumn fashion trends while showing off the entrant’s personal style. Both classic and contemporary styles are equally welcomed.
Millinery is essential and must be seasonally appropriate regardless of temperature on the day. Headwear should be made of leather, felt, wool, velvet, metal or any heavy material. No straw or sinamay.
Shoes should be closed toe.
Stockings and gloves are preferred but not essential.
Accessories should complement the outfit.
Grooming, make-up and deportment will also be considered as part of the judging process.

Best Dressed Gentleman

Judges will be looking for a standout race day outfit rather than a business look. It should reference currently Autumn fashion trends while showing off the entrant’s personal style.
Gentlemen must wear pants and a jacket however it doesn’t have to be a suit. Trousers and chinos are appropriate. Jeans are not.
A hat is not essential for gentlemen but if they choose to wear one it must be made of a seasonally appropriate fabric such as wool, felt or leather.
A tie or bowtie is essential.
Accessories should complement the outfit.
Grooming and deportment will also be considered as part of the judging process.

Contemporary Award

Fashion forward is the key – with judges on the lookout for fashion with an edge.
Entrants must display a clever use of accessory co-ordination.
The hat must be of winter influence.

Millinery Award

Judges will be looking for statement millinery that complements the wearer’s outfit.
Millinery must be seasonally appropriate regardless of temperature on the day.
Headwear should be made of leather, felt, wool, velvet, metal or any heavy material. No straw or sinamay.

Stylish Couple

It takes two to tango and judges are looking for a couple whose styles are in sync.
Their outfits must complement each other, with co-ordinated styling and colouring.
The couple must be well groomed and show attention to detail

With thanks to our generous sponsor Kristopher Graydon Jewellers, and all of our major prize partners Ruby Tuesday, Custom Car Care, Harvey Norman, Specsavers Wagga, Blowes Clothing Wagga, Get Racy, Avis Wagga Wagga, Food I Am, Silk Laser Clinics, Evans Shoes, With Love Bespoke Styling, Irvin Day Hair & Beauty, Ella Bache Wagga, The Oak Room Kitchen & Bar, William Farrer Hotel, Romano’s Hotel, Zacharia Naumann, Wagga Workwear and Treasury Wine Estate.

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