The world’s most glamorous race day- Ladies Day at Royal Ascot is renowned as the biggest day on the British social and sporting calendar- and with a strict dress code, we want to help you look your very best.
Did you know we specialise in cleaning special occasion wear? From silks to sequins our team of specialist cleaners and master pressers ensures that your garments come back feeling and looking beautiful every time.
So if you have a special something in your wardrobe that needs some attention, a full clean or quick press to help you look your best, why not drop into one of our branches to see if we can help before you splurge on a new outfit?
And after the event, when you’ve picnicked, partied and your feeling a bit pooped, let us take care of your dress, hat and shoe cleaning to get you ready for your next big event. We also take care of leather goods; so if your clutch or handbag needs some attention, why not drop that in too?
No one wants a special occasion to be ruined by the dreaded feeling that a little spilt Prosecco or Pimm’s might have ruined your silk dress- so let us take that worry away while you concentrate on having fun.
And just in case you need a reminder of the dress code for Ladies Day, we’ve added it to this blog post below- like we say- we’re here to help and we offer a full consultation with you to ensure we use the right approach to cleaning your item.
Queen Anne Enclosure Dress Code:
Ladies are encouraged to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion and are kindly asked to take note of the following:
1. A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times
2. Strapless or sheer strap dresses and tops are not permitted. Royal Ascots definition of strapless includes off the shoulder, Bardot style and one shoulder dresses
3. Trouser suits and jumpsuits must be full length and worn with a top that adheres to the guidelines above
4. Midriffs must be covered
5. Shorts are not permitted