At any polo event the fashion plays just as big a role as the horses and this year's Pink Polo was no exception. The Pink Polo is a grand and elegant affair and this year we saw lots of pastels, nudes, soft pinks and of course lace and florals that are two of the biggest trends this Summer.
Ricci Janse van Rensburg is the fabulous designer behind Ritza's Pink Polo creation and we wanted to combine the trend of lace and florals to create a fashion forward, elegant and feminine dress. The inspiration for her dress was baroque romanticism from the 18th century and it came together exactly as we envisioned it.
The Pink Polo had amazing prizes for Best Dressed Male, Best Dressed Female and Most Fashion Forward at the event and the public got to choose their favourites by voting on Val de Vie's Facebook page. Best Dressed Male went to Christopher East who went for a very fashionable polo look and we loved the way he accessorized with the sunglasses and the hat.
Best Dressed Female went to Sibongile Ntshikila (lady on the right) in a nude tutu style dress.
The prize for Most Fashion Forward at the Pink Polo went to Ritza van Rensburg and it was handed over to her by the fabulous designer, Kobus Dippenaar.
I was dressed by Fabiani for the Pink Polo in their latest Spring/Summer 2014 Collection and we combined shorts with a suit jacket to give a bit of a different edge to the normal suit. Their designs has amazing detail and the look was definitely one of my favourites I've worn lately.
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