The social event of the summer, Royal Ascot, is famed for oozing upper-class and screaming snobbery.
But staying between the rails and adorning the correct racing attire has caused a kafuffle for many of late – forcing ladies to measure the width of their shoulder straps and the diameter of their headpieces in advance of attending this week’s showpiece.
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Meanwhile, gents need to reassess the length of their socks, how discreet their waistcoat pattern is (except for those patriotic in nature) and the hue of their shoe as they approach the Royal Ascot turnstiles today.
In addition, the cost of keeping up with the upper crust is proving more and more prohibitive in the midst of inflation.
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So, while tracks try to keep a step head of the latest fashion faux-pas with their ever changing dress codes, Paddy’s here to rescue racegoers on route to the track as we reveals the £1 onesie.
It’s about time racetracks reined their rules in a bit. It’s easier to figure out a sudoku puzzle than it is to decipher the dress code at some courses.
So, we have created an all-in-one answer to punters’ problems… until they need the loo.
A typical morning suit and top hat (required to gain access to the venue’s Royal Enclosure) would cost racegoers approximately £1,845.
However, today Paddy Power will offer punters an affordable limited-edition all-in-one must for the upper crust.
And, at just 0.05% of the price of the standard racing attire, this onesie aims to help keep punters keep up with high society without coughing up high prices.
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