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    hahaha. long time lurker here, I love the aintree threads :-) carry on
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    ^^Join in on the fun! You have to pick out your "gun to your temple" outfit tomorrow

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    Here come the girls! Glamorous runners and riders line up to win the fashion stakes on Ladies Day at Aintree | Mail Online

    Dressed to thrill! Glamorous revellers pull out all the stops as they vie for the title of best dressed racegoer (and a £10,000 Caribbean holiday) on Ladies Day at Aintree

    • Racegoers vied to win the title of best dressed racegoer on Ladies Day at Aintree
    • The winner of the prestigious prize will get a luxury holiday worth £10,000 in the Dominican Republic
    • Despite the chilly weather, summery sleeveless frocks and open sandals proved popular with the style set
    • Other trends to win the approval of the Aintree crowd included monochrome and summery floral print
    • The highlight of today's on-course action is the Melling Chase which comes with prize money worth £200,000

    By Ruth Styles
    Published: 05:31 EST, 4 April 2014 | Updated: 05:33 EST, 4 April 2014

    Chic in monochrome, a rainbow of bright colour and in pastel blooms, the style set was out in force for Ladies Day - the highlight of the Grand National Festival for the nation's fashion fans - as they went for glory in the sartorial stakes.

    In true Aintree style, local ladies pulled out all the stops in a bid to take home the title of best dressed racegoer, which comes with a top prize of a £10,000 luxury holiday to the Dominican Republic.

    Perhaps with the prospect of a Caribbean trip in mind, guests flocking through the doors at Aintree proved a colourful sight in their flowing maxi-dresses and gorgeously embellished frocks, many of which were topped with chic fascinators.

    Colourful: A cheerfully dressed group of racegoers show off their take on summer dressing as they arrive at a rainy Aintree for Ladies Day




    Lovely: Wedges, as worn by this pair of racegoers (left) offered an alternative to platform heels. Cream and white proved particularly popular (right) with the style set


    Looking good: Fashion blogger Prince Cassius (centre) and two glamorous friends make their way into the Aintree racecourse for a day out at the races

    Highlights included a pink trouser suit that one stylish racing aficionado teamed with chic flat pumps, a textured cream dress enlivened with a colourful bloom-embellished clutch and a structured coral dress toned down with black accessories.

    Print and colour are an Aintree staple and both were present and correct, with the majority of ladies opting for a glamorous take on summer's floral and pastel trends.
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    As always, female racegoers cranked up the glamour with fake tan, voluminous waves and elegantly manicured talons proving especially popular with local style-setters.

    Later, local style icon Coleen Rooney is expected to put in an appearance with bookmakers Coral offering odds on the colour of her frock with purple currently the favourite with odds of 4/1 and the colours of Manchester United bringing up the rear on 100/1.


    Cheerful: A racegoer teams her jolly pink dress with a pair of minimalist black court shoes


    Classic coral: A stylish racegoer proves matchy-matchy still has legs in this cheerful ensemble


    Chic: A beautifully dressed racegoer shows off her elegant pink suit and sensible silver flat


    Pretty: While platforms remain de rigeur at Aintree, not everyone is wedded to sky-high heels - as this group of smartly dressed racegoers prove




    Dressed to thrill: Colourful ensembles are an Aintree staple and this year's event proved no exception with racegoers opting for outfits in a rainbow of hues


    Place your bets! A trio of racegoers show off their elegant frocks and fascinators while checking the form as they prepare to place their bets on Ladies Day

    Although Mrs Rooney has taken part in the best dressed racegoer competition in years gone by, this year, the winner of this year's best dressed racegoer prize will be chosen by style spotters from local boutique Liverpool ONE, who will be donating gift cards worth £250 to Aintree's most fashionable filly every month for a year.

    'All eyes will be on Aintree in April,' said Donna Howitt, marketing and business performance manager at Liverpool ONE.

    'There’s no greater event that profiles Liverpool as one of the most stylish cities in the world.

    She added: 'We are delighted to partner with The Crabbie’s Grand National Festival, which is a fantastic experience for racegoers and fashionistas alike.'

    Ladies Day at Aintree is one of the biggest events on the fashion calendar and pulls in vast crowds of up to 40,000 people every year.

    Unusually, however, tickets for the day were still available as racegoers arrived this morning - an anomaly put down to the cost of prepping for the event by race organisers.

    Others, however, have put the drop in sales down to the increasingly risqué frocks on show, with etiquette consultant William Hanson telling the Telegraph that organisers risked 'putting off' potential racegoers because of the 'lax' dress code.

    Despite Mr Hanson's warnings, fears that racegoers might fail to turn out on Ladies Day proved unfounded with guests dressed in their best thronging the Grandstand.

    Although nearly all eyes were on the fashion, some did manage to watch some of the racing action; kicking off with the Aintree Top Novices Hurdle, which comes with a £60,0000 prize.

    Other highlights include the Melling Chase, which has a top prize of a whopping £200,000, the Alder Hey Handicap Hurdle and the last race of the day, the Aintree Mares Only Standard Open NH Flat Race.


    Dressed to impress: A pair of racegoers show off their stylish shoes - a pair of shiny patent brogues for him and skyscraper platforms (and pretty blue pedi) for her


    Winner! A happy racegoer celebrates as his horse gallops to victory on day one of the Grand National Festival at the Aintree racecourse in Liverpool


    Rainy day: Racegoers take shelter under their umbrellas as the heavens open at Aintree. The inclement weather did not, however, manage to spoil the racing


    That's how it's done! Sam Waley-Cohen and Warne, a chestnut thoroughbred gelding, clear the Chair on their way to winning the Fox Hunter's Steeplechase


    Dramatic: Runners thunder over the Chair, a 5ft 3" hurdle preceded by a 6ft open ditch. The narrowest fence on the course, the Chair is also the highest


    Ready for action: A worker cuts the grass at Aintree as the racecourse gears up for the Crabbie's Grand National Festival which opened yesterday

    FALLING AT THE FIRST HURDLE! BOOKIES HOPE TO CASH IN ON FASHION FAUX PAS

    While there's no shortage of glamorous girls at Aintree, not everyone makes the grade.

    Now bookmakers Coral are hoping to cash in on fashion blunders and are offering odds on everything from accidental breast exposure (2/1) to getting stiletto heels stuck in the grass (1/5).
    Ladbrokes are also hoping to take home a trophy in the fashion stakes and are allowing punters to bet on the colour of local style icon Coleen Rooney's frock.

    Purple is the favourite at 4/1 while Manchester United colours bring up the rear at 100/1.

    MEET THE FILLIES IN FLASHY FROCKS AND FAKE TAN: STYLE SECRETS OF THE AINTREE CROWD REVEALED

    While Cheltenham is famous for pearls and fur, and Royal Ascot for its hats, Aintree has become synonymous with fashionable girls out to have fun in the highest heels they can find.

    Eschewing cosy coats and tights in favour of goose-pimpled bare legs and delicate frocks, Aintree girls are almost as famous for their ability to withstand the cold as they are for their colouful approach to style.

    As with the Cheltenham Festival, organisers refuse to impose a dress code on guests and, beyond exhortations to dress smartly and avoid anything that might offend, say anything goes.

    But perhaps a warning isn't required: Liverpudlians are famous for their glamorous approach to getting dressed and love nothing more than the chance to strut their stuff in the most eye-catching outfits they can find.

    And more is definitely more when it comes to make-up and grooming too, with glossy long locks, honey-toned skin and lashings of lipgloss among the most popular beauty choices.

    Male racegoers aren't immune from the pull of equestrian glamour either, with the majority plumping for dapper suits or a blazer, although some decide to up the ante with a spot of fancy dress.

    Despite the presence of the infamous Becher's Brook on the course, the colourfully dressed Aintree crowd are enough to ensure that as many people watch the Grand National for the fashion as they do for the race itself.

    Here come the girls! Glamorous runners and riders line up to win the fashion stakes on Ladies Day at Aintree | Mail Online
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I would TOTES wear this dress, btw. She ruined it with her hugemongous boobs and horrible shoes + cankles. (The cankle-ry here is the biggest tragedy.) I, however, could rock it in proper tacky-classy fashion.
    she REALLY did... that COULD have been a cute dress - just not on her! and jebus at the cankles this year!!!
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    ^^Join in on the fun! You have to pick out your "gun to your temple" outfit tomorrow


    gun to temple, I'd choose this one... but to be fair, I have it in white and it's a Halloween costume...
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    That dude with the black thing on his head,is that a hat?is it his hair?is it a dead animal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougie View Post



    I love the dress on the broad second from the left.

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    Damn these pics are downright normal today.
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    That lady in the middle with the purple sheath and gray accessories looks downright demure. Minus the hat, I might be caught dead in it.
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    I live for this thread every year and while the dresses might not be as bad as in previous years, we can all rest easy knowing the teeth are still busted.
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    Perhaps with the prospect of a Caribbean trip in mind, guests flocking through the doors at Aintree proved a colourful sight in their flowing maxi-dresses and gorgeously embellished frocks, many of which were topped with chic fascinators.
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    Spectacular: A pair of racegoers go all out to win the £10,000 Dominican Republic holiday via a pair of incredibly elaborate architectural fascinators




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    In bloom: A racing aficionado shows off her black and pink skater dress and matching hat

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    Pretty: A racegoer demonstrates how fashion at the races should be done in an elegant outfit


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    Racing fun: A pair of racing fans giggle as they inspect a photo while walking past the stands

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    Glamorous: A pair of racegoers show off their spangled outfits and skyscraper heels

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    Having fun: A lady in an eye-catching purple ensemble giggles as she enjoys the sunshine


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    Bloomin' marvellous: A racegoer shows off her poppy print dress and cream fascinator, while another plumps for an ethereal ensemble complete with a parasol


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    In bloom: A racegoer opts for a stunning floral ensemble topped with an eye-catching hat

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    Matching: Everything in this lady's ensemble, from hat to shoes, is designed to co-ordinate

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    Short and sweet: A lady arriving at the races combines a white playsuit with bright accessories


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    Looking lovely: A group of smartly dressed racing fans demonstrate how to do racecourse chic Aintree style on Ladies Day at the Grand National Festival

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    Enjoying themselves: A flock of colourfully dressed racing aficionados give the photographers a thumbs up as they stumble past the stands at Aintree

    The ladies were joined by Aintree stalwart Danielle O'Hara, who was elegant in a chic coral frock and nude patent heels. But not even her glamorous get-up could eclipse the stylish ensembles worn by other racegoers, with bold blooms and bright colour proving popular.
    Highlights included a pink trouser suit that one stylish racing aficionado teamed with chic flat pumps, a textured cream dress enlivened with a colourful bloom-embellished clutch and a structured coral dress toned down with black accessories.

    Others plumped for ensembles that were a riot of print and colour, both of which are Aintree staples, with the majority of ladies opting for a glamorous take on summer's floral and pastel trends.
    As always, female racegoers cranked up the glamour with fake tan, voluminous waves and elegantly manicured talons proving especially popular with local style-setters.
    Later, Liverpool's favourite style icon Coleen Rooney is expected to put in an appearance with bookmakers Coral offering odds on the colour of her frock with purple currently the favourite with odds of 4/1 and the colours of Manchester United bringing up the rear on 100/1.




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    Big day out: Colourfully dressed ladies make their way onto the course on the second day of the Grand National Festival race meeting



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    Dressed to the nines: A racegoer arrives in a bold dress embellished with pretty silk rosebuds while another keeps it simple in a coral frock and straw hat



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    Now that's what you call a hat! A racegoer in a vast fascinator and fur lined boots

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    Sparkling style: A racegoer opts for a floor-length glittering gown and a cosy fur wrap

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    Flower power: A racegoer arrives in a black and white skater dress teamed with red accessories


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    Hats you win: A pair of ladies with their eyes on the £10,000 Dominican Republic holiday prize show off their feathered and ribboned headgear as they arrive


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    Bright: Summer hues such as turquoise and crimson are a staple at Aintree and contribute towards the wonderfully colourful atmosphere


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    Cheerful: A racegoer teams her jolly pink dress with a pair of minimalist black court shoes


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    Classic coral: A stylish racegoer proves matchy-matchy still has legs in this cheerful ensemble

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    Chic: A beautifully dressed racegoer shows off her elegant pink suit and sensible silver flats


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    Pretty: While platforms remain de rigeur at Aintree, not everyone is wedded to sky-high heels - as this group of smartly dressed racegoers prove



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    Dressed to thrill: Colourful ensembles are an Aintree staple and this year's event proved no exception with racegoers opting for outfits in a rainbow of hues


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    Dressed to impress: A trio of racegoers accessorise their bodycon dresses with A-lister style sunglasses and super-sized fascinators on Ladies Day at Aintree


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    Ladies Day: Queen Anne introduced the concept of Ladies Day in 1711 and, as these racegoers demonstrate, it remains hugely popular more than 300 years later
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    Having fun: Two racing aficionados, both of whom opted for co-ordinating cerise ensembles, relax as they enjoy the sunshine on Ladies Day at Aintree


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    Oh no! A racegoer shows off more than she bargained for thanks to an errant gust of wind

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    Yee hah! A lady clad in an emerald green dress puts her jockeying skills to the test

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    Ooops! One racegoer's skirt proved a tiny bit too short when she took to the dance floor


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    Fight! A female racegoer gets involved after a fight broke out during the 2.30pm race when a male racegoer got a little too friendly with another woman


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    Looking good: Two friends show off their pretty ensembles as they arrive at Aintree

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    Weather warning: The wind gets the better of this racegoer's floaty gold gown

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    Gorgeous! A lady looks lovely in a flowing white dress teamed with coral accessories


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    Unusual: While many racegoers opted for pretty icecream shades and classic summer stripes (left), others plumped for bolder choices like this lady in a lace jumpsuit



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    Enjoying a drink: A female racing fan swigs from a bottle of sparkling cava as she and her friends enjoy the sunshine and wait for the first race to begin


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    Enjoying themselves: A group of elegantly dressed racegoers pose for photographers as they make their way onto the course ahead of the day's racing action


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    Tucking in: A pair of racegoers stop for a snack as they make their way into the Aintree racecourse, while another pair fill up while on the move




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    Lady in red: A racing aficionado shows off her impressively large crimson headpiece, which was clearly chosen to match her scarlet coat and lipstick


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    Looking fabulous: A lady clutching a pint of beer shows off her elegant turquoise fascinator, while another seems to have been inspired by the racing action



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    Place your bets! A trio of racegoers show off their elegant frocks and fascinators while checking the form as they prepare to place their bets on Ladies Day


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    Stalwart: Danielle O'Hara is a regular at Aintree and looked lovely in her coral pink dress

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    Cosy: A racegoer plumps for a cosy knee-length fur wrap teamed with a bright red hat

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    Looking good: A racegoer's blond Rapunzel-like locks are set off to perfection by her lilac outfit

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    Stunning: A lady shows off her incredible feathered fascinator, while another shows off a spectacular gingham, lime, yellow and black creation


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    Stunning: A group of beautifully dressed racegoers show off their hats, including one incredible botanical creation festooned with lifelike silk flowers


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    Enjoying the day: A pair of smiling racegoers arrive for a day out at Aintree

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    Dressed to impress: Racegoers show off their elaborate updos and lavishly embroidered frocks

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    Dramatic: A racegoer shows off her slashed floor-length frock and gunmetal fascinator


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    Fierce competition: With a £10,000 luxury holiday in the Dominican Republic at stake, racegoers upped the ante on the fashion front

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    Dressed to thrill: A group of cheerfully dressed racegoers show off their collection of fabulous frocks and light-hearted comedy sunglasses



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    Looking good: Racegoers beam as they arrive for a day of racing at the Aintree racecourse in Liverpool. Today's highlight is the Melling Chase

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    On their way: A group of racegoers pick their way across the course to the stands ahead of the racing action, which today includes the Melling Chase, at Aintree


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    Pretty: A racegoer cuts a striking figure as she wafts across the racecourse in a full-length peach dress ahead of the first race on Ladies Day at Aintree



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    Getting into the Aintree spirit: A pair of policemen chat to a pair of glamorously dressed racing aficionados as they wander around near the racecourse




    Sky-high: A group of racing fans show off their skyscraper heels as they arrive, armed with a bottle of cava, for a day at the races on Ladies Day
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    Every year I scrutinize the pictures to see if there is anyone I know there - and then I remember that the people I know would rather set fire to themselves than appear in public in any of this shit.
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    hers let the champagne go to their head and were photographed looking a little on the squiffy side as they tottered through the enclosure in their platform heels, while during the 2.30pm race, a fight broke out between drunken racegoers.Scroll down for video


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    Big dresses aren't just for weddings! Some of the stars of Channel 4's My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding show off their race day finery at Aintree



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    Bling is in! The stars of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding clearly enjoy going all out on days out as well as at their weddings, as these photos reveal

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    Flashing the flesh: This racegoer (left) has chosen a beautiful crimson colour but is flashing a little too much cleavage, as is this lady in a cream dress




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    High jinks: A pair of racegoers seem a little the worse for wear after a few glasses of wine as they enjoy their day out on Ladies Day at Aintree

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    That's not very ladylike! A pair of tipsy racegoers take inspiration from Miley Cyrus after having a few too many drinks during Ladies Day at Aintree

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    Hurrah! A racegoer waves her ticket in triumph as her horse thunders to victory in the Top Novices Hurdle on Ladies Day at the Grand National Festival






    Falling at the first hurdle! Gaudy runners and riders drop behind in the fashion stakes on Ladies Day at Aintree | Mail Online

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    Dressed to impress: Liverpool girls hit the track



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    Party time: These girls look set for a fun day at the races


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    Down the hatch: This racegoer might not last the course



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    Party time: The champagne is in full flow


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    If past years are anything to go by there will be boobs falling out, bums being exposed and dresses splitting, offered at 2/1, while some of the more unfortunate mishaps include hair extensions falling out (8/1), tomato ketchup getting spilt on a dress (4/1) or even fake boobs bursting (20/1).
    And with the weather as unpredictable as ever, there’s also the chance that punters witness skirts getting blown up (3/1), hats being blown away (6/1) or heels getting stuck in the wet grass (1/5).

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    Team outing: These girls look nicely colour coordinated


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    Family affair: Georgia Newton (left) and Katie Clarke (right) either side of their mother Paula Clarke



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    Racegoers arrive for Ladies Day at Aintree's Grand National meeting


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    Dressed to impress: The fashion stakes are high on Ladies Day


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    All smiles: Rachel Green (left) and Toni Dallas looked in goods spirits on arrival this morning





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    Fashion watch: The judge in the 'best hat' competition could in be for a tough decision


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    Out in force: Liverpool ladies love a day at the races


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    Sisters Lauren (left) and Lindsey Henerdy go for the sophisticated look


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    Racegoers Jennie Cooper and Emma Bickerstaffe pose for a picture


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    Dressed to impress: The atmosphere at Aintree is bubbling up nicely


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    Cheesy: Sarah Brown, 20, from Manchester wearing a hat made from Mini Chedders!


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    Horseplay: Although this entertainer might need a bit more air in his horse


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    Tall order: Girls dressed as jockeys on stilts entertain the crowds on arrival


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    All smiles: Two fashion conscious racegoers



    It's Ladies Day! The fashion stakes are high as Aintree gears up for the second day of it's Grand National meeting | Mail Online

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    Big dresses aren't just for weddings! Some of the stars of Channel 4's My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding show off their race day finery at Aintree

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    Ouch! This lady's shoes clearly proved a little too painful to wear, leaving her barefoot at Aintree


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    Bright stuff! A racing aficionado combines her lime green dress with crimson hair




    Wobbly: High heels and wet grass don't mix as this girl discovered on a day out at Aintree


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    The lace jumpsuit is brilliantly conceived, if you are blind and insane.
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    I will wear this blue dress on my wedding day.






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