Everyone loves an excuse to dress up for the races but ever wondered what the exact dress code is? Worry not, this is where we step in to make sure you're up-to-date for your visit to the Epsom Derby Festival.

Queens Stand Dress Code (Derby Suite & Chex Roux at Blue Riband

Ladies' Day
    - Gentlemen must wear a jacket, collar and tie
    - Ladies are asked to wear a fascinator or hat
    - Jeans, sports shorts, denim or trainers are not acceptable
    - Children should be dressed smartly

Derby Day
    - Either black or grey morning dress with a top hat, service dress or full national costume is obligatory for gentlemen
    - Ladies must wear formal day dress, or a tailored trouser suit, with a hat or substantial fascinator
    - Children should be dressed smartly 

Grandstand Dress Code (Silks Pavilion, Tattenham Straight Suite, The Winning Post, Downs View Suite, Private Boxes

Ladies' Day & Derby Day 
- Gentlemen must wear a jacket, collar, ties are encouraged
- Ladies are asked to wear a fascinator or hat
- Children should be dressed smartly

Now that the dress code is all cleared up, all that's left to do is to book your official Epsom Derby Festival hospitality packages. Take a look at our Epsom Derby hospitality page and ladies' day hospitality pages for more information.


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