The Breeders' Cup is two full days and dressing fashionably each day is a must. Both men and women alike use this event to showcase their best style, donning stylish fedoras and chic fascinators. And with the Breeders' Cup taking place at historic Santa Anita Park this year, there is no better place to bring back haberdashery and sophisticated daytime dressing. Since the Breeders' Cup takes place in the fall, it is an opportunity to make a bold statement with color and fabrics.
What To Wear
Christine A. Moore founded Christine A. Moore Millinery in 1994. Her wide range of styles, quality and comfort has made her one of the top hat designers in the U.S, praised for her amazing and unique racing and events hats.
Read all Christine's fashion suggestions for this year
Q: What kind of dress is required?
A: No requirements, but if you want to end up in the pages of Vogue or GQ, dress to impress.
Q: Are jackets and ties required for the men?
A: Jackets are preferred as are ties and bow ties. Oh, and don't forget your pocket square!
Q: What is the weather like in LA? Will I need a sweater?
A: Let's not gamble with fashion, check the forecast!
Q: Is headwear required?
A: Headwear is not required, but Fascinators or Fedoras are preferred.
Q: Are parasols allowed?
A: Yes, parasols are allowed but cannot be opened while at your seats.