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THE EDIT: Spring Racing

Whether you're heading track-side for a race-day or watching the Melbourne Cup with friends at a BBQ, here are our favourite maternity looks to help you raise the style stakes this Spring Carnival.

 

 

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing Style

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing Style

Above: Days Like This Top, Stay Up Late Skirt, Headpiece: stylists own, Shoes: Witchery

Derby Day comes with the most widely adhered-to dress code of all the race days with classic Black & White still a strong tradition. Our tip for the most traditional of racing days is to mix it up with a skirt and top combo like the 'Stay Up Late Skirt' & 'Days Like This Top' above. Add some modern headwear to compliment the clean, asymmetric lines and you will be ready to race!

 

 

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing Style

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing StyleAbove: The Only One Dress, Headpiece: Morgan & Taylor, Shoes: Witchery

The highlight of the Spring Racing carnival, Melbourne Cup day is as much about the fashion, as it is the horses. Our pick for the main event is 'The Only One Dress'. Also a great option for Oakes Day (known as 'Ladies Day'), the Khaki will make for a feminine yet contemporary race-day look and to top it all off; we love a gold crown to make sure that you stand out track-side for all the right reasons. 

 

 

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing Style

Spring Carnival Fashion | Maternity Racing StyleAbove: At First Sight Pantsuit, Hat: stylists own, Shoes: Witchery

Stakes Day is the least formal of all of the race days, with a family friendly vibe it is a day for the whole family. We love the 'At First Sight Pantsuit' for its chic yet relaxed look, it's a great option for Stakes Day or a Cup Day BBQ with friends. Pair it with a wide-brim hat and you will be looking good, and feeling great.

 

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