Fresh, Fun & Vibrant Style Wins Out at Ladies Day at Naas Racecourse

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Fresh, Fun & Vibrant Style Wins Out at Ladies Day at Naas Racecourse

Sarah McEvoy, native of County Down, beats off stiff competition in style stakes to scoop coveted prize

Sunday 21st May 2017; The more modern take on Ladies Day by Naas Racecourse proved hugely popular amongst style mavens who descended upon the Spring Summer Ladies Day in association with Kildare Village and Palmerstown House Estate. With no rules to abide by, and hats and headpieces not essential, attendees were free to mix up their looks to catch the eye of the fashion forward judges.

Sarah McEvoy, native of County Down, wearing a brilliant red Savida dress from Dunnes Stores, a headpiece by Aimee Farrell Designs and her shoes and bag from Dorothy Perkins was declared the best dressed lady on the day.  Sarah won an overnight private hire & stay in the Manor House at Palmerstown House Estate for herself and 19 friends inclusive of a buffet evening meal for the group & €1,000 shopping voucher for Kildare Village.

Judging on the day was actress Aoibhin Garrihy, digital fashion influencer Lisa McGowan, TV3 Red Carpet Stylist Laura Mullett and Anna Fortune of the Kildare Post.

Winner, Sarah McEvoy said; “I’m thrilled to pick up the award, I really can’t believe it. My style inspiration for the day was associated with the theme of fun, fresh and vibrant. I am over the moon and can’t wait to enjoy the prize.”

Marketing Manager for Naas Racecourse Catherine Murray said; “With the alternative take on the traditional Ladies Day, we were aiming to attract some first time ever entrants, and attendees who might otherwise not enter because of what is deemed “traditional Ladies Day looks”. We were thrilled by the number of entrants and I would like to thank our great sponsors Kildare Village and Palmerstown House Estate.”