Our Community Shows You 6 Perfect Derby Day Looks

The Kentucky Derby kicks off this weekend and those swift stallions aren’t the only ones with style and grace! Allow me to show you the necessities for a weekend at the races. Luckily, these equestrian-observing essentials are likely already in your closet, not to mention they are as comfy as they are cute! See how our Community embodies these three tips, below:

Daring Designs: Picking a print that’s right for you is a surefire way to stand out at The Derby this year! Whether you’re donning dainty flowers in sunny tones or crisp geometrics in stark contrast, let your dress be as full of personality as you are!

Cozy Cardis: Keep your skin protected and your temperature regulated with a matching cardigan. This additional layer is the perfect accessory to any A-line frock and its versatility is awe-inspiring.

Merry Millinery: You can’t go to The Derby without a hat! Whether you stick to the traditional floppy fabric or go with a fanciful piece with flower details, this darling accessory is ‘the cherry on top.’

About Elisa L.

Using her love of antiquity, romanticism and classic fashions as collateral, Elisa considers herself an honorary European. When she's not blogging for ModCloth, you can find her indulging in cultural cuisines, vegging out to the H2 channel or twisted up in pretzel-like yoga poses.

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One Response to Our Community Shows You 6 Perfect Derby Day Looks

  1. Rachel Lauren 04/30/2014 at 11:19 am #

    Gorgeous! If you’re looking for some great vintage fashions for the derby, check out my Etsy store at http://www.vintagepod.com!

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