08 Jun An Easy Way of Adding Style And Glamour – Table Linen
The Gold Coast Turf Club was glistening from all angles on Saturday 11th January 2014. It was another beautiful day on the Gold Coast and the crowds were starting to arrive.
The crowd were ready for the day with their form guides in hand and bowties on. The day was promising to be a day to be reckoned with. Celebrities were frolicking through the gates, the tents were getting the final once over and all of the final touches were being made to the table linen.
Attending a race day like this means different things to different people. Some go in the hopes of winning money whilst others come along just to enjoy the entertainment and soak up the atmosphere. There were first timers to the track and there were the seasoned veterans. Whatever the calling card was for you, this Gold Coast event was sure to for fill everyone’s expectations.
There is a certain stigma when it comes to horse racing. The mere thought of heading to a carnival triggers your brain into thinking about the fashion and the glamour. It’s a universal understanding that attending a race day calls for high heels, fascinators and bowties. It’s an event that not only allows for primping and posing, but it encourages it. The media are always out in force and there is a chance you will be snapped by a photographer at any point so it’s a good idea to put your best heel forward and shine.
This year saw some amazing event styling throughout the tents. Having the chance to dress a VIP tent at a high profile carnival such as this one allows for stylists and linen companies to showcase all of their best pieces. A stand out from this year was Covered Linen. They are a large, reputable linen hire company on the Gold Coast and this year they shone with their pink and grey pintuck linen.
Covered Linen also offers the luxury of speciality linen and will custom make pieces for certain events. At the 2014 Magic Millions you would have been able to see their coral coloured cushions made to order for this years Race day.