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NEWCASTLE FASHION: What you wore at the Newcastle 500 Supercars event

Style and glamour were everywhere to be seen!

Forget fashion on the field. Last weekend we were all about fashion on the track, and there’s no denying that Newcastle turned it on for another great supercars weekend. Fast cars, big jets and well-dressed spectators were not in short supply.

Whether they were strolling past Pitt lane, taking it all in from a rooftop party or tucked away in the comfort of one of the many trackside bars or restaurants, it was clear that supercars in Newcastle doesn’t just mean blokes and beer. Style and glamour were everywhere to be seen!

First stop was dropping by Pitt lane where we found that simplicity was the word. These girls did it in all the right ways! What better way to take in all the weekend had to offer than in comfort and style. Denim, Stripes, block colours and sneakers, you can’t go wrong.

Front and centre and taking the day on in white, these ladies had not a worry in the world. Enjoying all the sights from the comfort of the corporate box. High waisted and wide legged seemed to be their go to and how could it not be? Tailored, simple and clean.

Even the guys kept up with their appearance and kept the standards high last weekend. There’s no denying a linen button down can be a wardrobe hero piece. Lok has mixed this staple with a neutral pair of shorts and the classic leather brogue; a look translates to any outing and is the perfect pick for the day.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Neutrals are in, this was made very apparent with these girls’ choice of outfit. If you were lucky enough to be enjoying the view from one of Newcastle’s trackside restaurants, why wouldn’t you dress it up and go all out? Clean pressed linen, plunging necklines, these picks are sure to stand out in the crowd and we’re in love!

What better way to watch all the action than from above? Guests who joined the Lord Mayor at Fort Scratchley were treated to a bird’s eye view of Newcastle looking its best. Jumpsuits, bright colours and casual glam were the order of the day.


Gabe Robinson is owner and Director of Hunter Institute of Fashion. He has been immersed within the fashion industry for over 14 years.

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