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Tartan dress and cute accessories in lead for fashion poll

Jo Winters at the Magic Millions Race Day at Ferguson Park.
Jo Winters at the Magic Millions Race Day at Ferguson Park. Christopher Chan GLA120113FASH

GLADSTONE ladies donned their most fabulous outfits for the Magic Millions race meeting at Ferguson Park on Saturday, January 12.

In celebration of these women and their ability to beat the heat while looking stylish, The Observer took photos of six women to provide examples of race wear fashion and created an online poll to find out the general public's favourite outfit.

Currently in the lead with 43% of votes is Jo Winters who revved up the 'it' factor of a tartan number with some great accessories.

The poll closes at 12pm on Friday, January 18, so make sure your opinion counts by voting today.

 

Topics:  gladstone races, gladstone turf club, magic millions race day, races fashion




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