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What to wear to Ascot | The Style Guide

The time of year is upon us, where we start getting ready for some of the biggest events of the season. The top being Royal Ascot.

With the calabre of visitors being high, so does the dress code. So here is our breakdown of what the style rules are and what to wear….

Queen Anne Enclosure
Gentlemen are required to wear a full-length suit with a collared shirt and tie, and kindly asked to take note of the following:
Jackets and trousers should be of matching colour and pattern.
A tie should be worn at all times. Bow ties and cravats are not permitted.
Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle.
Jeans, chinos and trainers are not permitted.
What to wear…


Archie & Ralph


Village Enclosure
Gentlemen are required to wear a full-length suit with a collared shirt and tie, and kindly asked to take note of the following:
A tie should be worn at all times. Bow ties or cravats may also be worn in the Village Enclosure.
Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle.
Jeans and trainers are not permitted.
What to wear…


Fletcher & Arthur


Windsor Enclosure
Whilst there is no official Dress Code for the Windsor Enclosure, ladies and gentlemen are encouraged to dress in smart daywear. It is recommended that ladies wear smart attire with a hat or fascinator and gentlemen wear a jacket, collared shirt and full-length trousers.
What to wear…


Oakley & Ellis

Please Note:

In addition to the specific guidance of the Dress Code, fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted on site.

Overseas Visitors - All Enclosures:
Overseas visitors are welcome to wear the formal National Dress of their country or Service Dress.

Serving Military Personnel:
Serving military personnel are welcome to wear Service Dress or equivalent.

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