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Sydney Spring Carnival Kicks Off with Inspiring Racewear Looks

Spring has sprung, and that only means one thing: spring racing, of course. It’s the time of year when we have an excuse to wear outlandish head gear and doll ourselves up, and there’s no better time than the present to start thinking about what race wear you’ll be repping this season.

Check out the most inspiring looks from today’s Sydney Spring Carnival launch at Royal Randwick Racecourse below.

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Racing royalty Kate Waterhouse went feminine with a one-shoulder Maticevski dress, two-strap heels with ankle bows and a pretty white-flower crown.

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Actress Anna Bamford knows how to translate office-chic to the track, looking to tie-up pointy shoes, a textured peplum midi and tie front blazer with dramatic shoulders, all topped off with a feathered crown. All-black has never looked so good!

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Channel [V] presenter Carissa Walford looked to her preppier side, wearing an abstract Alex Perry pencil dress complete with a collar. She accessories with patent pointed-toe heels, a floral crown, and, of course, those new pink locks.

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Jodi Anasta went frilly with her frock, teaming with a fascinator, which can only be described as branch-like, and nude pointed-toe heels.

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Pip Edwards really kept it simple from head to toe, in a high-neck Maticevski frock, black-and-white heels and a messy bun. with no fascinator. We repeat: no fascinator