Dubai World Cup

On 03/26/2012 by udblogger

United Designers is really excited to share style tips for the Dubai World Cup (http://www.dubairacingclub.com/dubai-world-cup) coming up next week.  The horse race is taking place at Meydan Race Course Saturday 31st of March. Dressing up and showing off your style is really important for any self respecting fashionistas, and here at United Designers HQ we are really looking forward to it. Style and originality are the most important categories to enter in the style stake and win, therefore nude, pastel colours, lime green and off white are definitely the must for the season.

A dramatic Hexagon shape clutch like the one from Black Apple Designs it is something you can carry with originality. Simple and elegant dresses like the ones from KALA are really in this season. In orange and white with embellishment on the waist, you can dress it up with a pair of heels in nude with the same tone bag.

Another suggestion is this fab yellow ANAYA skirt:  the soft fabric is comfort and style combined match with a simple white shirt to up your style credentials.  The ANAYA dress is colourful and perfect for an afternoon happening, the short skirt it is definitely what you need when it comes to the evening and the music is on, at the concerts after the race.

If you want any idea for the accessories, we recommend you something sought-after like the Gaiora bracelets or the GRIN bracelets, really bright in colored jelly with amazing stones to complete the stunning accessory that will take you naturally to the Style Stake stage.


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