Omar Mansoor Royal Ascot Collection for 2024

Fashion Designer, Omar Mansoor, marks his 15th year of creating his annual Royal Ascot exclusive collection.

This year he has collaborated with couture milliner Christine Campbell and Mrs United Kingdom, Leen Clive, once again becomes the muse for the house of OM.

Check out our article on the Royal Ascot dress code for each enclosure:

Ladies – What to Wear to Royal Ascot – Eclipse Magazine

The Jumpsuit

This year Omar’s collection takes on a more modern contemporary look to the Royal Ascot outfit with the jumpsuit. Jumpsuits are acceptable in the Royal Enclosure if the legs fall below the knee and the top complies with the shoulder strap requirements.

Omar’s jumpsuit designs for this year’s Royal Ascot range from the simply chic style in creamy beige to the more flamboyant in bold fuchsia pink.

His sleeveless jumpsuit in smooth dull crepe portrays a classic look to the jumpsuit which is paired with a bowler hat inspired style by Christine Campbell. 

The bright pink jumpsuit with bishop’s sleeves, cross over front and cuffed legs gives off a fun loving vibe in textured plisse fabric. To match the playfulness of the jumpsuit, Christine Campbell’s beret style hat is adorned with a large statement structured bow.

The Trouser Suit

A trouser suit is also acceptable in the Royal Enclosure if of matching material and colour. Omar’s trouser suit in lime green is perfect for a summer’s day. Tie the belt at the front or for a cleaner silhouette, tie it at the back. Push the sleeves up to the elbow for a fuller blouson effect.

This trouser suit is intended to wear the jacket buttoned up, but you can also wear it open to show off your favourite blouse or fitted top underneath. But remember even if your top is underneath the jacket, it still needs to comply with the shoulder strap requirements.

Wear with a black or navy top to let the lime green of the trouser suit really pop out whilst grounding the whole outfit. Or really embrace the bright colour by pairing with a top in pink, turquoise, orange or yellow. 

The colour palette is a mixture of bold and subtle hues of Green, Beige and Fuchsia Pink depicting elegance and femininity in sustainably sourced fabrics. 

Fabrics are silk and dull crepes and recycled polyester plisse.

Known for his campaign for sustainability in fashion, Omar Mansoor asserts that having a sustainably sourced option of wardrobe is an opportunity for racegoers, who can dress up whilst simultaneously thinking about the impact their fashion choices have on the environment.


Model: Leen Clive.

Millinery: Christine Campbell (

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