Look at Hat Culture from Royal Ascot

Founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, Royal Ascot is referred to a British racecourse, located in Ascot, Berkshire, England, which is used for thoroughbred horse racing. Royal Ascot is a major event in the British social calendar and it is held annually. Elizabeth II and other members of the British Royal Family such as The Prince of Wales attend the Royal Ascot every year. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also attend, as well as the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Press coverage of the attendees and what royal members are wearing often exceeds coverage of the actual racing. The event also attracts approximately 300,000 people from the UK and around the world each year. The Queen’s horse also competes in the event and it won the 23rd victory in 2016. There is no doubt that is the horse racing is accompanied by betting on horse racing and the two never seem to separate. Therefore, the Royal Ascot is also a betting horse festival, and even the Queen will be a gambler. It is said that the Queen will wear in blue for good luck because blue is her lucky color.

However, watching the horse racing and betting on one horse are not what most people care about. Some people who are not interested in the horse racing are more concerned about the major fashion event, because the clothes worn by members of the Royal Family will be bold and eye-catching. The Royal Ascot is a royal traditional event that strictly asks members who attend the event to wear classy. Accordingly, most of the audience are dressed gracefully and elegantly, especially the royal family members and other gentlemen and ladies. The gentlemen have to wear a suit and the length of ladies’ dress has to reach knees from 2012. Bare shoulders are not allowed.

Royal Ascot reach its climax on the third day because it is not only the day for the “Golden Cup” but also the “Ladies Day” that is renowned as the biggest day on the British social and sporting calendar. All ladies will wear the most stunning and bold hats this day. In Britain, the role of hats goes far beyond protection from the sun and warmth. It is also a fashion accessory which is suitable for many occasions. In addition, it is a symbol of religious beliefs and social status. It is precisely for this reason that the historic horse racing has become a “hat event”.

There are some photos about ladies’ hats in the 2017 Royal Ascot. Princess Anne chose green for Ladies Day. A pink hat and coat made the Queen Elizabeth look resplendent. Jessica Hart carried a Bertoni 1949 Black Soft Calf Regular Bertoncina Bag and wore a black hat, which looked elegant. Laura Whitmore, an Irish television presenter and model based in London, wore a floral lace midi dress from Karen Millen and wore a floral hat. Milliner Ilda Di Vico, dressed in blue.

Girls can also use a fashionable hat to become pretty and confident. Choose your favorite beret hat, and we will provide you with the best service on the berethat au.

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