|Newbury the Racecorse|
On Friday November 26th, The spectacular day began with me being interviewed by the ITV. Gentlemen’s Day was so successful and it encouraged every man to dress in their winter best with prizes including annual membership to Austin Reed’s brand new Q Club for the most fashionable fellows, a refreshing change from another Saturday of DIY or Christmas shopping. Gentlemen’s Day offered the great winter escape - a casual yet fashionable day to catch up with friends.
Newbury Racecourse are making special room for men this winter at the races. Approximately 30,000 people were expected to descend on the racecourse for the 3 day fixture which includes the celebrated Hennessy Gold Cup. One of the highlights of the jump racing calendar.
Newbury Racecourse Gentlemen's Day is a response to the Ladies Days that have dominated the summer racing season and aims to take the crown of racing style from Ladies Days by hosting the largest Gentlemen’s Day in the racing calendar.
As a judge i was seeking a Gentleman who clearly made an impression, had great details in his outfit yet looks effortless. As me and Amanda scouted for Gents around the Horserace we found roughly 10-15 well dressed men and put them forward to the competition.
|The Gorgeous Newbury Race Horse|
|Selected - among the Best Dressed Men of the Day|
|The judges of the Winter Style Competition, Amanda, Steven and Prince Cassius|
|Bloggers Charles Ampadu and Prince Cassius with Sofie Moulin, Austin Reeds E-Commerce Marketing Manager|
|The line-up for the Gentleman's Day Winter Style competition.|
|Winter Style competition winner Daniel Hull-Sieff (right) and runner-up flank Prince Cassius - today's arbiter of style. Nice work, chaps!|
|Gemma, Sophie. Amanda - Austin Reed Team|
|Prince Cassius with the winner and runner up of the Winter Style Competition|