Looking immaculate to attend Ladies Day at Aintree Racecourse on Friday, the 40-year-old royal looked gorgeous in a striking emerald blazer as she enjoyed a romantic day out with husband Mike Tindall and friends. Zara rocked her double-breasted ‘Quintin Blazer’ from Mango with a satin collared shirt from Zara, donning a striking coral headpiece to complete her look.
The former Olympian wore a £360 ‘Gala’ headpiece from Camilla Rose Millinery, accentuating the pearly cream cap with delicate pearl drop earrings from Laurence Coste.
Zara styled her signature blonde hair into an elegant updo, allowing the twists of her sleek chignon to peek out from beneath her statement headpiece. She added a rosy blush, a lashing of mascara and a glossy pink lip to complement her natural glow.
It’s no secret that royal ladies have access to a seriously enviable archive of designer fashion and bespoke designs from some of the world’s most exclusive fashion houses, but occasionally the likes of Zara, the Countess of Wessex, and even the Duchess of Cambridge look to the high street for their fashion find.
Refreshingly, Zara’s stylist Annie Miall opted to source her bold, beautiful jacket and swish satin blouse from the high street stores – and their total comes to less than £100.
Buttons Tweed Blazer, £79.99, Mango
Satin blouse, £32.99, Zara
An Instagram post read: “Another great day in The Green Room for ladies’ day! Lovely to welcome some new friends of The Green Room! Thank you all for coming! Only one more day to go!”
Royal fans were quick to comment on Zara’s exceptional Grand National attire. One penned: “She always in modern fashion,” adding a string of heart-eye emojis. “A classy and contemporary look for Zara, her features are perfect for Camilla Rose’s designs, sophisticated elegance!” read another comment.