Couturier Omar Mansoor reveals his annual Royal Ascot 2019 collection in different shades and shapes to suit every age and size of racegoers.
Omar embellishes each dress in summery coral, a shade named by Pantone as Colour of the Year for 2019. Milliner Lisa Jayne has completed the Royal Enclosure dress code look with her fabulous hats.
Which look is your favourite?
With a decidedly vintage feel, this retro-chic design features an intricate floral design lace framed with coral pelmets on the hem. The vintage look continues with a high neckline and pipe sleeves.
Touches of the nautical in navy and white colour block combination with a tactile twisted rope effect trim of coral. A boat neckline and a flare skirt falling to just above knees. Fabric used is woven hemp.
A tailored look complemented with feminine billowing bell sleeves. The soft aubergine shade is given depth with the fabric’s repeated square jacquard print. Trimmed with a coral braid design underneath the bust. The dress falls to right above knees.
Crafted out of crepe in midnight blue this dress provides a simple chic look. The box pleats under the bust create a soft feminine flare for the skirt. A dash of coral on the sleeves gives the dress a pop of colour.
An elegant pencil dress with a wrap bodice. The fabric is in a repeated square jacquard print which brings the muted earth tones alive. Embellished with a winding coral braid along the hem.
A body-con midi dress contrasted with loose billowing flared sleeves. In statement bold cobalt blue trimmed with coral braid meandering along the hem.