Eager fashionistas had their chance to show off their glamorous, or quirky, outfits in the hopes of winning a prize at the MTC Gold Cup.
Fashions on the Field is an integral part of the race day with five categories for racegoers to compete in Lady of the Day, Man of the Day, Stylish Couple, Young Contemporary and the Millinery Award.
Staying true to her own sense of fashion saw Viera Macikova take out Lady of the Day.
"I really wanted to showcase fur, even though it is a beautiful and sunny day and I am a bit hot," she said.
"I like the unmatched outfits which is why I went with different colours and patterns.
"I thought the deep orange shirt was well suited to an autumn race and the hat is mismatched, but I love the style."
Ms Macikova was shocked to win but was so thrilled with the honour.
A mum and son duo tour Australia taking part in various race day fashion competitions, and this year the son took out the Man of the Day.
"My look is inspired by checks because I really wanted to go with something different," Sam McGlone said.
"I got my suit from M.J Bale in Canberra and the feel of the suit is nice.
"I wanted to do something different by going with a grey and a blue stripe to it."
Best friends Erica Davis and Paul Galvin decided to go into the running for Stylish Couple bringing tailored suits to the runway with splashes of bright pink.
"My outfit is inspired by an American Instagrammer who wears a lot of spring suits and I wanted to tailor that to the winter fashion," she said.
"That's why I have a felt hat and the gloves and then his tie and pocket square came from eBay."
Mr Galvin said hasn't taken to the catwalk in a couple of years, but loved what his friend picked out for him.
Elizabeth Paterson, from Griffith, decided to make her own hat and boldly chose to mix orange and blue - a choice the judges loved.
"I found the fabric first and designed the outfit around it," she said. "I wanted something, headpiece wise, that was out there but unique and contemporary.
"The orange was a hard colour to match so had night after night of figuring out how to make it."
Considering millinery is a hobby, Ms Patterson was overjoyed to win the category.
Brooke Coady's sleek, black pantsuit paired with an animal print hat, saw the judges award her the prize for Young Contemporary.
"My mum is a milliner so she made the hat," she said.
"I wanted to go for the pant suit rather than a dress and keep it simple with black and red. It's exciting to win."
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