I am excited to a judge in the inaugural Virtual Fashions on the Field Competition.
About the competition:
These are very tough times of uncertainty for everyone around the world, people and businesses as COVID19 continues to change life as we know it.
In light of recent advice to cancel all non-essential events, there will be significant impact to our racing fashion community, especially small businesses, as this may mean no races and FOTF competitions for a while.
No races = no selling of racing fashion products and services = no income
There are so many businesses that will be impacted (milliners, dress makers, accessory shops, stylists, make up artists, hairdressers etc., the list is endless) so we decided to come together and support one another, our sport and the associated businesses by continuing on with our outfits and spreading joy through our love of Fashions on the Field, in a virtual form.
We know that many people have already purchased and planned their outfits and it would be a shame for these not to be seen. So, get involved, take a photo of your outfit and send it to us for a chance to win some amazing prizes and to be part of something very special.
Check the Terms & Conditions page for more information.
Since 2014, Get Racy has been making racing fashion enthusiasts “race day ready” and looking stylish. Choose from a wide range of beautiful and affordable hats, fascinators, handbags, gloves, jewellery and other racing fashion accessories
Milano Imai is an Australian racing fashion blogger and founder of Millinery Market. Starting her blog in 2015, she shares style tips, DIY idea, interviews, race day updates and trend reports. Milano has also judged numerous FOTF competitions throughout Australia and Internationally.
Bethany is Fashions on the Field blogger, competitor and judge from Western Australia. Bethany formerly ran her own Fashions on the Field styling and accessories business creating award winning outfits for women all over Australia and New Zealand.