We know it isn’t easy finding a dress that is on trend and on budget, while sticking to strict guidelines, so we’ve scoured the high street to find the perfect buys and they all come in under £30.
- Missguided grey ruffle dress, £28, missguided.co.uk – buy now
The ruffle detail makes this light grey midi dress ultra-flattering and is sure to get you plenty of attention.
Team it with an embellished clutch and pair of matching heels and we guarantee you'll have heads turning all day.
- New Look crochet midi dress, £29.99, asos.com – buy now
You can’t go wrong with this pretty pink dress from New Look.
The ideal length for the races, the high-neck, tight-fitted style is also perfect for summer weddings – meaning you’re sure to get your money’s worth.
- Missguided red jumpsuit, £30, missguided.co.uk – buy now
Since jumpsuits are now allowed at Ascot, why not go all out and wow in this red number!
A bold red lip and strappy heels (which the cropped trousers just allow for) are all you need to pull off this look.
- New Look side frill midi, £17.49, newlook.com – buy now
Available in a range of colours (red, black and white), you can stand out in this side frill bodycon as much (or little) as you like.
While the ruffles definitely jazz it up, we say go bold and opt for the red – after all, the races are the event of the summer.
- Navy asymmetric dress, Pretty Little Thing, £18, prettylittlething.com – buy now
For those who want something a little "safer", navy blue is always incredibly flattering and a colour that suits all.
While the asymmetric neckline adds a girly touch, the wrap-over style ensues that it’s still sexy but race-appropriate.
- Zara sateen dress, £29.99, zara.com – buy now
We know this may not be for everyone, but we absolutely love this nude sateen Zara dress.
The loose shape drapes perfectly over your waist while the matching belt clinches you in in all the right places.
A guaranteed sell-out, we say get it now before it’s too late.
For more inspiration, check out our favourite looks from Aintree Ladies Day earlier this year, where the Towie girls led the fash pack.
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