Jordanne Burnett

Jordanne

Meet Jordanne, Buying Team Assistant at Coast!

What is the one word that describes your personality?
Bubbly

Where can we find you on a weekend in London?
Either at a Bills restaurant or taking a trip down Covent Garden market and most probably shopping!

What do you love about working at Coast?
The fashion, the people and that every day is different!

What is your favourite season and why?
I would have to say spring! I love the look of dress and skirts with thick tights and boots and to also style these with oversized knits! I also love that you only need a leather or denim jacket!

Who is your ultimate style icon?
Fashion blogger The Beauty Crush… she has amazing style!

What is your favourite Coast item from AW15?
The Cassia spot skirt, can dress this up with heels and a bandeau/off shoulder top or down with a woolly knit

Jordanne

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  • Mrs. Meade (left) and Mrs McClure wearing identical fur jackets, waiting for a train to Ascot.   (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

    A History of Race Day Fashion

    Dressing up for the races has been a summertime British tradition for over one hundred years. A much awaited occasion for ladies to demonstrate sartorial prowess; mastering the balance between race course etiquette and being on trend is crucial to getting the look just right.

    From hem-lines to hat sizes there are certain style rules that must be adhered to. Royal Ascot generally tends to be the most formal of all the Race days, with the strictest rules – ladies have donned their finest dresses and hats for the royal occasion for years, inspired to create standout, celebratory outfits.

    We’ve looked back at the colourful history of race day fashion for some style inspiration for the season…

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