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Winner Interview - Roxby Downs

You can't forget the famous Roxby Downs Cup, with bright red dust as far as the eye can see and just about the entire town turning out for the annual Cup event. This year's Cup was no different, albeit a fairly gusty today, but plenty of stylish locals nonetheless.

The competition featured plenty of bright colours and winter trends, but in the end local teacher Emma Turner impressed the judges with her well coordinated look and incorporating current trends. Even more impressive is her self made millinery from her business Cherry Bloom Boutique.

Emma is the 2nd to last qualifying State Finalist of the competition, with only 1 to go! If you love Emma's look make sure to vote for her for the People's Choice on the Vote page!

Where is your winning look from?

The skirt is from Asos, top from Makenze Made, Accessories from Collette and Cherry Bloom Boutique, Shoes from target and my fascinator is made by me, Cherry Bloom Boutique.

Emma Turner

What brought you to the Roxby Downs Cup?

It's my favourite day each year, we always hit up the Roxby races! I also love to see all of my creations around the track. Everyone enjoys the day!

Have you entered Fashions on the Field before?

I entered last year at Roxby and won best fascinator!

Who's your style icon?

364 days of the year I am a jeans, boots and mum bun type of person. I take inspo from those around me!

What item of clothing could you not live without?

A good pair of jeans.

What do you love about The Races?

The atmosphere, the excitement, the weather (usually it's beautiful!), everyone gets caught up in the day and festivites, For us up here it is the perfect opportnity to get together and enjoy some good times.


We couldn't have said it better ourselves! There's one more event in the Fashion at The Races competition for 2016-17 before the State Final, the Quorn Cup on September 2. Make sure to enter for your last chance to win this year's competition!

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