Blog By Keva Doyle

Friday, July 08, 2016

Moët&Chandon July Festival!

Yesterday we had a jam packed day, we got up early and headed to Newmarket in the UK for a day of racing. All glammed up we headed off for a soiree filled with food, champagne and flowers, not forgetting the horses of course!! We were so lucky with the day, the sun didn't stop shining and we sat out enjoying ourselves soaking up the atmosphere.
Any of you who follow on snapchat would have gotten the first glimpse of yesterdays event. The Moët & Chandon Darley Festival is one of the main racing events in the UK during the Summer, I had never been before so I was really looking forward to it. It didn't disappoint and was a day to remember.

Usually when going racing I like to pick the colour I want to wear first and work with that. I have become very fond of blush pink and had that in mind. Of course I searched far and wide for a new dress but couldn't find anything I liked better than a dress I already had in the wardrobe.
This little Warehouse number is the perfect dress for weddings or going racing, some of you may have seen it before. To make the dress feel new I purchased a new pair of "Billey" geometric pumps from Dune see here, I changed the bag to pick up the grey stipe and added a new headpiece.

Sophie Hunter is an Irish Milliner and one I have worked with before, I love her style and pieces. I am so happy to work with her so that the best headpiece for the outfit is created and this one was the perfect piece to top off the outfit for the day. If you haven't heard of her you can check her out here or here.
The dress also worked for the amount of food consumed, come on who could resist the cheeseboard one of my vices in life! Endless amounts of food and deserts meant we left with our bellys full, washed down with a few glasses of bubbly. The flowers and table settings were divine I felt as if we were at one of the most amazing weddings.

All in all a great day had, I hope you like the post.

Love Keva xx

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