We’re big fans on polo, mostly because of the chic and relaxed style it brings out in people. Waterford Crystal’s Polo in the City at Melbourne’s Albert Park on November 29 was no exception, with ladies stepping out in pretty-as-a-picnic attire like femine laces and straw boater hats.
Scroll through to see our favourite looks from the day below, and be inspired on what to wear for your next Sunday brunch with the girls.
Polo is the best time for a cutesy twin set, with basketballer Elizabeth Cambage opting for Zimmermann’s embroidered crop and midi skirt. She made it daytime-appropriate with nude sandals, and a neutral wide-brim hat by Lack of Color.
With most polo-goers opting for minimal whites and neutrals, it was refreshing to see Megan Gale bring some cobalt-blue florals in the way of this Ginger & Smart frock. Even though it was more colourful and bold than other outfits on the day, it was still the perfect getup for on-the-grass activities.
Thurley designer Helen O’Connor won the crowd over in her white lace ensemble. We love how she’s revived the mullet skirt in a much more feminine way than we’re used to, and dressed things up with a gold clutch and nude heels.