The Grand National kicked off today, on day three, with the revelry still in full swing.
Women were dressed up to the nines with high heels, dresses and hats, as it is traditional to dress for the races.
One blonde wore the PrettyLittleThing dress which six women also wore yesterday, quite the fashion faux pas.
At least four women were spotted wearing the exact same white midi dress yesterday – with another having worn it the day before.
The clearly very popular item was from the fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing.
The dress itself, which sells for £70, had a plunging neckline and peplum style waist.
This race-goer paired the dress with an absolutely enormous hat with a wide brim and another of feathers. She had silver earrings on and dark sunglasses.
Two young women looked stunning in blue at the event. One wore a mini dress with a skater skirt that featured a thistle pattern.
On her head she wore a blue saucer fascinator.
Her friend wore a low cut white dress, which was tight and fell to the knee.
Her hat was light blue and had a wide brim. She held a clutch bah in a similar light blue hue.
Blue and white appeared to be a popular choice for racegoers, perhaps feeling patriotic.
One woman wore a white dress lace dress with a blue hat, that had a pretty ornamental rose.
Cleavage was somewhat of a trend. One woman showed off her bosom, with an intricate tattoo on her sternum.
She wore a pair of mini shorts and a blazer with nothing underneath. Her friend wore a blue blazer dress with nothing underneath, also showing off a lot of her chest.
Yesterday the women at the Grand National Ladies Day also sported their best garments, with a prize for most stylishly dressed up for grabs.
One woman, dressed to the nines in a bold red dress, was caught out by blustery conditions which saw her nearly reveal all.
The sleeveless dress nipped in at the waist and featured a slit up the front, leaving both her legs and arms exposed to the freezing conditions.
The wind caused a number of fashion faux pas for the women.
Another guest covered up a knee-length red wrap dress with a thick cream cardigan.
Despite wearing layers, this was not enough to help her battle the weather and she looked windswept in the intense weather conditions.