Watch the fashion highlights as Drogheda woman crowned best dressed lady at Punchestown

Watch the fashion highlights as Drogheda woman crowned best dressed lady at Punchestown

33,082 attended Ladies Day at Punchestown today, a remarkable 3,019 up on the Friday meeting last year.

This makes the overall attendance for the 2018 festival so far at 91,541 with another day to go.

The Bollinger Best Dressed Lady Competition was won by Eimear Cassidy from Droghea wearing a dress she bought in a boutique in the USA teamed with Penneys shoes which she customised by adding pearls and a floral detail.

She wore this with a Burberry clutch which she got for her 21st Birthday and a Suzanne Ryan Millenary hat which she also customised with floral detail this morning.

Here’s a taste of more of the amazing fashion on display at the Punchestown Festival today

- Digital Desk

More on this topic

Ruby Walsh bids farewell in style after glorious careerRuby Walsh bids farewell in style after glorious career

Why now is the right time to call it a dayWhy now is the right time to call it a day

Rain will suit Bellshill, but Photo clearly the one to beatRain will suit Bellshill, but Photo clearly the one to beat

Dortmund Park claims surprise Champion Novice Hurdle triumph Gordon ElliottDortmund Park claims surprise Champion Novice Hurdle triumph Gordon Elliott

More in this Section

Stowaway cat Izzy seeks new home after surviving 12-day voyage from IsraelStowaway cat Izzy seeks new home after surviving 12-day voyage from Israel

Shauntelle Tynan marks one year back home in Carlow without active cancerShauntelle Tynan marks one year back home in Carlow without active cancer

13 signs you’ve got festive season burnout already13 signs you’ve got festive season burnout already

Cork pupils with autism to debut Christmas film in local cinemaCork pupils with autism to debut Christmas film in local cinema


Lifestyle

I had a stand-out lesson this week. One of those lessons that grows arms and legs, wings and tentacles.Secret Diary of an Irish teacher: They label themselves vegetarian, Liverpool fans, ‘woke’ - just not feminist

Helen O’Callaghan looks at some of the fun-filled fundraisers Irish people got involved with this year.'It’s generosity in action': Charities get inventive to spark the spirit of giving

All the latest from the entertainment world with Des O'Driscoll.Scene + Heard: Festival line-ups and new albums from Harry Styles and Stormzy

A hardworking group of local supporters are crucial in helping talented baritone Dylan Rooney fulfill his dream of studying at the Guildhall in London, writes Cathy Desmond.Community in harmony with Tipp opera singer's ambition

More From The Irish Examiner