Racegoers brave cool Spring weather flashing the flesh in daring strappy dresses for Ladies Day at the Scottish Grand National
- Women stepped out in daring frocks as they attended Ladies Day in Ayr today
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Racegoers stepping out at the Scottish Grand National today braved the changeable Spring weather to don daring outfits.
Today marks Ladies Day at the event, and revellers at Ayr Racecourse made the most of the intermittent sunny spells as they donned strappy dresses and sandals.
As they sought to amp up the glitz, attendees showcased bold ensembles, sporting bodycon frocks and sky high heels – with many opting for eye-catching hats too.
Among the racegoers was one woman who braved the Spring temperatures in an eye-catching scarlet minidress, with a high hemline and low cut neckline with spaghetti straps.
She was accompanied by a friend wearing a similarly daring frock, this time in a dark shade of blue.
Meanwhile, a trio of friends showed off their coordinating pink outfits, each opting for tight-fitting maxi dresses in different rosy shades.
These groups of women appeared to have coordinated their outfits in advance, donning complementary shades or similar cuts
Some took the opportunity to show off elaborate headgear, with one reveller opting for a colourful, oversized orange and pink confection.
Meanwhile another attendee, who who an orange minidress and strappy heels, matched her much smaller – but equally vibrant – fascinator to her frock.
Others decided to forego the headgear, but sensibly opted to take shades, which they used to protect their eyes from the intermittent glare of the sun.
A noticeable trend among racegoers was the colour palettes, with a vibrant spectrum of hues on show.
While some opted for pastels shades of pink, others wore colours that were much more bold.
Amid the hues on show were scarlet, navy blue, emerald green, fuchsia, magenta, and orange.
And others opted for a perennial Spring favourite, donning midi dresses made of floral print fabrics.
One trend that seemed almost ubiquitous among racegoers was high heels, with many braving the discomfort in vertiginous strappy sandals.
Hats off: This group of friends opted a different shades, but all chose mid length dresses. Two added hats to their ensembles
Some racegoers made the most of the opportunity to wear a hat, and topped off their ensembles with eye-catching millinery creations
Event goers soaked up intermittent periods of sun, donning shades that coordinated with their summery frocks
Sunshine: This group was well-prepared for the periods of bright sunshine, protecting their eyes from the glare in stylish shades
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