Attack of The Wags: Not for the Squeamish

PrincessMe

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The sun may have been shining on the ladies at Aintree yesterday.


But showers of snow, sleet and hail are forecast for the Grand National finale today.

Bookmakers are hoping the conditions don't put a dampener on things - because they are expecting £250million worth of bets on the big race. Scroll down for more...
On parade: The Aintree fashionistas step out in a riot of colourful styles for Ladies Day yesterday


Fashion on the field: There was more colour in the race-goers' dresses than the jockeys' silks

WAGs in residence: Coleen McLoughlin in her short floral number and a monochrome Sheree Murphy arrive at Aintree Ladies' Day

Strong tailwind: One guest has a giggle as a gust blows through



In contrast to the miserly 6c (42f) forecast for today, glorious sunshine greeted racegoers yesterday for Ladies Day. Scroll down for more...
Floaty fashion stakes: Flowing skirts and daring necklines

Licence to frill: Alex Curran put on the style to attend the races at Liverpool's Aintree racecourse

Fashionistas: Alex and her pals pitched up at the races in a flurry of ruffles, fake fur and designer shoes



Coleen McLoughin, Wayne Rooney's fiance, looked appropriately sunny in a strappy blue and yellow floral Balenciaga dress.
The above-the-knee hemline was set off by diamond earrings, a diamond bracelet from Wayne and blue peep-toe Christian Louboutin shoes.

"I wasn't going to wear this," she said. Scroll down for more...
Pretty in pink, orange and monochrome: These Liverpool lovelies certainly dressed for the occasion

Girly pink and floaty fabrics were the order of the day for these race-goers


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Day 2: WAGs Coleen McLoughlin and Sheree Murphy lead the field at Aintree Ladies' Day | the Daily Mail
 

PrincessMe

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But with the weather, I thought I would go a bit short. I went with all my mates and my mum and everyone at Aintree looks great. Everyone has made such an effort from the top to the toe."

Sheree Murphy, Liverpool footballer Harry Kewell's wife, was demure in a simple black frock, tights and matching shoes.
And she and Coleen looked positively restrained compared with some fellow revellers. Scroll down for more...
Standing out from the crowd: Some of the outfits drew attention from the action on the track


These ladies went all out in high heels and even higher hemlines


Thirsty work: One celebrating race-goer, dressed in a leopard-print dress, sips a bottle of champagne while another bets on an Australian favourite


'I thought I would go a bit short' said Coleen McLoughlin of her Balenciaga dress



Permed, primped and preened, these ladies were leaving nothing to chance - or the imagination.



Cloudy Lane's trainer is 38-yearold Donald McCain, whose father Ginger McCain, 67, trained Red Rum to three Grand National wins - in 1973, 1974 and 1977. Scroll down for more...
This duo took colour co-ordination to new heights

A group of pretty punters get into the spirit of things

Some guests abandoned conventional styles and dared to wear edgier numbers

 

Lvbabydoll

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^Wives and girlfriends (WAGS) of soccer players in the UK, as far as I know and some random people I don't recognize.
Alex and Coleen look cute, the others...eep.
 

Diorelli

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Ugh my eyes. No wonder the horses are equipped with blinders. If that's the view from the stands, I too would be spooked. :Push:
 

nataliam1976

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The sun may have been shining on the ladies at Aintree yesterday.


But showers of snow, sleet and hail are forecast for the Grand National finale today.

Bookmakers are hoping the conditions don't put a dampener on things - because they are expecting £250million worth of bets on the big race. Scroll down for more...
On parade: The Aintree fashionistas step out in a riot of colourful styles for Ladies Day yesterday


Fashion on the field: There was more colour in the race-goers' dresses than the jockeys' silks

WAGs in residence: Coleen McLoughlin in her short floral number and a monochrome Sheree Murphy arrive at Aintree Ladies' Day

Strong tailwind: One guest has a giggle as a gust blows through




Day 2: WAGs Coleen McLoughlin and Sheree Murphy lead the field at Aintree Ladies' Day | the Daily Mail

sweet jayzus...Im speechless.
 

Cat

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Looks like someone exploded a sherwin-williams paint store in a room full of hogs.Alex Curran is the only classy looking broad in the bunch.
 

debsmith

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Looks like someone exploded a sherwin-williams paint store in a room full of hogs.Alex Curran is the only classy looking broad in the bunch.
:roflmfao: OMG....funniest comment I have ever read!!! LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!