Sydney’s Moet and Chandon Spring Champion Stakes day has been deemed the ‘most glamorous’ day of the 2017 Sydney Spring Carnival.
But as the racing continues further into the afternoon, the earlier well-polished punters seem to have progressively dropped the ball on ‘keeping it classy’.
Rowdy spectators have been spotted climbing aboard the backs of one another, compromising their modesty in unladylike spills and getting into the full spirit of the day.
One quenched his thirst for a sip of his own foot-sweat, downing a beverage straight from the inside of his dress shoe.
He also seemed to have been in the wars, sporting an unfortunate tear to the crotch region of his trousers.
Another tucked into an undoubtedly well-deserved meat pie smothered in tomato sauce, surrounded by nothing but a table of empty grog bottles.
Female friends were pictured poking their tongues in each other’s direction, and clambering over each other as they attempted a clumsy embrace.
Another woman had taken a clean backward tumble, leaving her derriere on full display.
Some managed to retain their class from prior in the day as they sipped on handfuls of ‘double parked’ cans of alcoholic beverages.
One of the fashion-forward spectators donned two bright pink ‘pom pom’ accessories in her hair, matching them eloquently with a flirty floral dress and matching pale pink heals and purse.
Her male pale also slapped on a daring ensemble, featuring a brightly patterned floral shirt, cream fedora hat and ankle-baring beige trousers.
Keeping their look simple and chic, one pair of fillies opted for long black dresses, offering a hint of ink and splashes of beige.
Another duo also stepped out in black, with one certainly not shy about flashing her choice in underwear to fellow spectators.
Tongue poking quickly emerged as a favourite pose among the females at the venue, with many utilising the jolly gesture for pictures with friends.
Royal Randwick course was host to a plethora of excitable spectators dressed in jumpsuits and pantsuits, which seemed a clear favourite choice of outfit among female attendees.
One couple lept up the opportunity to pack on the PDA, shamelessly going in for a pash as they posed for cameras.
Some attempted candid shots, but looked to be struggling against the pull of gravity as they tried, and failed, to stand straight.
Like any spring racing event there was no shortage of eye-catching fashions on the field.
Women led the way with a mixture of block coloured statement ensembles, many opting to ditch the traditional fascinator in favour of keeping it simple with boater hats and sunglasses.
Feminine prints, frills and floral patterns seemed to be the order of the day as ladies stepped out dressed to the nines.
Thigh-skimming dresses were also a major theme, with some forced to battle the breeze to keep their modesty intact.
Tall strappy black and nude coloured high heels complemented the outfits of women wearing wrap dresses, jumpsuits and playsuits.
While some ladies strutted the fields with their gal pals arm-in-arm, for others, their mobile phones demanded their attention.
The ladies weren’t the only ones to put the extra effort into their appearance, as men embraced the day looking suave in a variety of pant and suit combos.
Taking a leaf from their female counterparts, male punters accessorised with groovy head-wear and stylish sunglasses.
Some women protected themselves from the gusty conditions with the addition of a blazer, but most chose to brave the chilly weather in minimal clothing.
A pair of ladies were pictured looking particularly jovial, with one expressing her enjoyment of the day with a cheeky tongue poke and a thumbs up sign.