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It’s one of the world’s richest horse races and a highlight of the UAE’s social calendar, but let’s be serious. We’re mostly interested in the Dubai World Cup for the style game.
While Dubai isn’t short of opportunities to dress to the nines, this is one of the big ones, and we thought that was worth celebrating.
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You can check out more of the cup day action over here, or you can keep scrolling and enjoy our picks for the best of this year’s Dubai World Cup style.
Hey, why not both?
Fresh out the runway
Hey, if there’s a time to wear a head-to-toe Dolce & Gabbana look, complete with tiara, this is it. This is slightly over the top and so, so pretty.
More is more
We love these clashing metallics – and the turban instead of a hat. Gorgeous.
Do it yourself
This beautiful embellished number is of Rhea Jacobs’ own design. Bit clever.
Black and gold
Statement belt, statement bag and statement hat? Check, check, check.
Two for one
These two Ted Baker dresses are the definition of race-day ready.
Pop of colour
Monochrome maxi looks are always going to bring some elegance to proceedings – and how good is that red bag?
Fresh & clean
We’re loving this pale peachy number. The texture brings some interest to a sleek silhouette.
Do we spy a little cape on the back of this flowy embroidered number? Beautiful.
Best for last
Let’s finish off with the official Meydan Style best dressed lady. Stunning.
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