We are delighted to bring you our 2018 Royal Ascot Style Guide, in Association with Cunard. Pivotal in predicting key trends for the summer season, we hope this guide will help inspire you with what to wear this June whilst assisting guests to remain in keeping with the tradition of the Royal Ascot dress code.

Our dress code is traditional, woven into the very fabric of our history. It was Beau Brummell, perhaps Britain’s first fashion icon, who at the turn of the 19th century dictated the dress for men in the Royal Enclosure. His sense of style is still reflected in Royal Ascot fashions today.   

In 2017, Royal Ascot successfully welcomed the jumpsuit as an acceptable item of clothing for the Royal Enclosure. Ascot continues to recognise key trends in the ever-evolving world of fashion. Additions to the official dress code in 2018 makes socks a requirement for gentlemen and specific necklines detailed as acceptable, or not, across all Enclosures.

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