Last Saturday I courted Dejavu. We met down Memory Lane at Toni & Guy where another favourite Paula Walden headpiece was fixed onto my head. (The only downside to having a bob during the Races is that you need the professionals to help secure your fascinator or it will be gone with the wind) Dejavu grinned at me as I donned another dress by a London label. This time, instead of resembling a giant highlighter (courtesy of Roksanda Ilincic) wearing a bow, I channelled a vase from the Ming dynasty (thanks to Coast London), with butterflies on top. So I took Dejavu by the hand and headed to BECK Caulfield Guineas Day, where fine fashion, fine food and fine company awaited our return.
[spoiler title=”中文版”]上个星期六我似乎回到了一年前的同一天。一早起来去了理发廊Tony & Guy，她们将这顶Paula Walden 蝴蝶头饰固定在我的头部。短头发唯一的缺点是跑马节时你必须由专业人士来协助你。今年我再一次套上了一条伦敦设计师的裙子，但这次我仿佛是盆明朝的花瓶（Coast London裙子），不是 Roksanda Ilincic 的“荧光笔”。我们再一次参加了一年一度的BECK Caulfield Guineas赛马节，精美的食物，精彩的服装和秀丽的人物让我们不愿意离开。。。 [/spoiler]
Of course Dejavu convinced me to enter the Chadstone Fashion Stakes again this year. Thanks to my dear friends who nearly gave me a heart-attack with their loud cheers. Although I didn’t make it to the finals, I was so humbled by their support. Guess Dejavu and I must part ways after all. I hope this ensemble has inspired you a little for your very own race outfit. Very special thank-yous to Style Counsel for having me, Cassandra for the Coast London dress, Habbot for my new favourite pumps and Paula for the heavenly head-creation. If I got a dollar every time someone asked me who made my fascinator, I would be sitting in my castle on a remote island buying everything on my wish-list from Net-a-Porter for me and my friends…
Next Up: Caulfield Guineas Day Social Snaps!