Celebrate in Colour for British Champions Day

Celebrate the climax of the Flat season at the QIPCO British Champions Day dressed in an explosion of colour!

Eponine London’s bespoke Tupelo dress comprises an array of bright colours. Made from upcycled handwoven and embroidered Hmong fabrics with a pompom style trim. All the fabrics were sourced during a visit to Chiang Mai Thailand in April this year.

For AW19, their couture collection was inspired by and named after remarkable events from 1940–1970. The Tupelo dress named after Elvis Presley’s birthplace and celebrates his debut in the USA on 7th July 1954. Depending on your chosen design, there will be 2–4 fittings plus an initial consultation.

Founded by Jet Shenkman as a bespoke womenswear brand and inspired by the elegant silhouettes of the ’50s and ’60s, Eponine’s fabrics are sourced from all over the world. Every look is designed by head designer Peter Petrov and made in London.

Eponine also offers a new limited edition RTW collection for a less expensive alternative; The Ruddy Kingfisher dress is named after the bright red/rust coloured bird and made from Hmong cotton fabrics. Price £565.

Headbands have blossomed out from being girlie to becoming an ultra chic padded must have hair accessory for the fashionista. From smooth satin to dazzling embellished, there is an on trend headband for every occasion and outfit.

Go plush in Kontes London dusky pink handmade headband adorned with a scattering of faux pearls. Price £35 via Etsy.

Contrast two-toned shoes are a hit for 2019 so why not go one stylish step further with the colourful three-toned Chelsea Flower court shoes from Yull. Price £195. Handmade in London and available in several colours.

Yull was started in 2011 by Sarah Watkinson-Yull whilst at university in London. Yull received help from the Prince’s Trust to set up manufacturing for high heels in the UK, and is the only independent shoe brand manufacturing high heels in Britain.

Yull creates classic designs with a twist. Their motto is ‘Style over Fashion’.

Snuggle up and keep out the chill in Jakke’s dawn blue faux fur jacket. Price £150.

Created in 2015, Jakke was founded by East London designer Nina Hopkins and was awarded the ‘Best Faux Fur Brand’ in 2017.

Top handles are still top of the list for handbag trends. Update with a pop of colour.

Ennigaldi’s structured Tiamet handbag is available in fiery orange or cool powder blue. Price £420.

Sparkle in Electra Gold blue topaz drop earrings by Emily Mortimer. These emerald cut sky blue and London blue topaz earrings are framed with a twinkling pave set of white topaz. Price £225.

Designed in Suffolk, Emily works with an ethically run jewellery workshop in India, specialising in precious gemstones and diamonds.

Have a roar of a time and add a touch of Rock Chick edginess to your ladylike outfit with Tilly Sveaas Brass Lion Doorknocker Necklace on solid sterling silver chunky belcher chain. Price £150.

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