TURNING HEADS: High Fashion the favourite for The Irish Grand National

Story by Gavan Becton

Thursday, 15th March, 2018 9:09pm

TURNING HEADS: High Fashion the favourite for The Irish Grand National

Picket Fence Boutique, Dunshaughlin

With the curtain falling on Cheltenham all racing fans' attention will turn to the 2018 Easter Festival at Fairyhouse and there's not long left to get that all important outfit for Boylsesports Irish Grand National day on Easter Monday.

Carton House, one of Ireland’s leading luxury resorts, is once again proud to host the Most Stylish Lady competition on the April 2nd showcase and broadcast journalist, Sky Sports news presenter, commentator and fashion-lover Olivia Wayne, will judge this year’s competition.

With that in mind, The Meath Chronicle decided to pay a couple of local boutiques a visit and see just what trends will turn heads around the parade ring on Irish racing's most exciting day.

Picket Fence under new ownership has some stunning designs that could see you impress Ms Wayne if you head along to Fairyhouse on Easter Monday.

The theme of this year’s Carton House Most Stylish Lady competition is ‘Modern Vintage’. Carton House is the perfect blend of historical grandeur and modern sophistication. This year, the competition invites competitors to take style inspiration from the Earls and Ladies who’ve graced Carton House over time, by embracing ‘modern vintage’ and blending old and new seamlessly together.  
The Carton House Most Stylish Lady winner will win a fabulous trip for two to Boston. Return flights with Aer Lingus and a 3-night’s stay at a 4-star hotel in Boston City. Plus, the lucky winner will also enjoy a luxurious stay (B&B) in the Presidential Suite at Carton House the night before they fly out.

Ladies hoping to vie for the title can register at the Carton House Most Stylish Lady marquee beside the parade ring in Fairyhouse, from 12 noon on Easter Monday.

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