Laura set to frock up on Sunday

ABOVE everything else, Myer ambassador Laura Dundovic has some vital fashion advice for ladies heading to the Black Opal this Sunday: keep the heels on. 

Myer ambassador Laura Dundovic

Myer ambassador Laura Dundovic

“Don’t wear new shoes,” she warns.

“They’ll be uncomfortable to wear the whole day and you’ll end up taking them off – it’s just not a good look.”

Dundovic will judge the Myer fashions on the field at the Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes day for the fourth time in a row this year.

She says racing fashion in the capital gets “better and better.”

“I see Canberra as having that sort of classic look, with a nicely tailored jacket, lace or florals,” she says.

“I always really love seeing the looks the girls put together. This year I’m hoping to see a lot of peplum, florals and a hint of leather.”

Laura will join fashion designer Jayson Brunsdon on the judging panel for the fashions on the field, which will include a record $20,000 worth of prizes.

The day will also include a performance from Kiwi band Evermore and the Girls Girls Girls trick riding team will be in action.

Thoroughbred Park has brought together its four listed races for the day – the Black Opal (1200 metres), the $200,000 Canberra Centenary Cup (2000m), the National Sprint (1400m) and the Canberra Guineas (1400m).

Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes day, Sunday March 10, visit thoroughbredpark.com.au/ for tickets. 

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