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Ladies step out in style for races

Tash Gaiter, Marlee Mason and Holly Lubben spruce up in the new fascinators at Bryson’s Place, ready for the races this weekend.
Tash Gaiter, Marlee Mason and Holly Lubben spruce up in the new fascinators at Bryson’s Place, ready for the races this weekend. Georja Ryan

IT'S all about the ladies at Allman Park this weekend for the Oak Tree Retirement Village Ladies Day.

This season's fashion is all about bright colours, and Lynn Bryson of Bryson's Place said girls shouldn't be afraid to be a little daring.

"It's very reminiscent of the sixties this season, so orange, hot pink, purple, yellow, teal and lime greens are really in," Mrs Bryson said.

She said mismatches were still in so go nuts with your garment colour scheme, but for those a little more conservative, black and whites will always turn heads.

"You can team any of these colours with black or white, but it's just so nice to see all these lovely bright colours," Mrs Bryson said.

The gates of Allman Park will open at 11am on Saturday with free entry for ladies and $10 for gents.

There will be fashions on the field, so don your best outfit and get pumped for an exciting day. Oh, and there will be horses there too, so if you're more interested in what's happening on the track, there will be plenty to keep you entertained.

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