From extravagant fascinators to outlandish dresses, Ladies Day is an opportunity to stand out from the crowd in something a little different.
However, this year’s event at Aintree has seen more than five attendees parading through the Merseyside course in the same PrettyLittleThing dress – styled almost identically.
The e-tailer’s popular deep v-neck dress with white peplum and frill detail was a clear winner at the Grand National Festival, where racegoers predominantly paired it with white or nude accessories.
More than five women have worn the same frilly dress from PrettyLittleThing to this year’s Grand National races, including this woman who paired the look with grey court heels
Another woman (pictured second from right) wore the peplum detail dress with a cream mesh fascinator, nude heels and a matching nude cross-body bag
The plunging midi dress is advertised on PrettyLittleThing.com as a ‘sophisticated’ outfit for winning best dressed
The plunging ruffle dress which is available in UK sizes 4-16, costs £70.
In keeping with race day tradition, one woman paired the dress with a statement cream hat, which matched the ruffles on the dress, and grey platform court heels.
Another, teamed the item with a white clutch bag and matching stilettos.
PrettyLittleThing, which has gained a reputation for taking inspiration from luxury designers for budget styles, describes the dress as ‘totally sophisticated’ online.
Stepping out in stilettos, a racegoer beamed as she modeled the dress with white cross over stilettos, faux fur wrap and a white clutch bag
Another fan of the e-tailer styled the popular dress with an oversize zig-zag print clutch bag and nude barely-there heels
One trend follower (pictured right) wore the frilly frock with a peach fascinator, nude heels and a chain clutch bag, meanwhile her friends matched in red
Opting for simple sophistication, another racegoer paired the plunging dress with a silver necklace and headband
The brand’s model is pictured wearing the dress with beige barely-there stilettos for a simple, elegant look.
More than 150,000 people are expected to attend this year’s Grand National races which takes place over three days in Liverpool.
Ladies Day is naturally the most stylish outing of the three-day festival with glamorous female attendees pulling out all the stops for the big day.
However, those who were hoping that a unique look would win them the best-dressed accolade may have missed out by accidentally coordinating their showstopping look.
More than 150,000 people are expected to attend this year’s Grand National races which takes place over three days in Liverpool
Ladies Day is naturally the most stylish outing of the three-day festival with glamorous female attendees pulling out all the stops for the big day
A group of glamorous racegoers look worse for wear after an afternoon at Aintree on Friday