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CLEAR HEAD FOR FASHION: Jess Coad relaxing after the Crown Oaks Day Fashions on The Field competition in Melbourne yesterday, wearing millinery by Burnie milliner Susan McArthur.ELEGANT and classic, Jess Coad opted for a wide-brimmed cream hat for yesterday’s Crown Oaks Day.
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Teamed with an all-cream ensemble of a textured skirt, with ribbons sewn into flowers, and a sheer top, with an embossed detail on the shoulders – Ms Coad got into the top 10 of Fashions on the Field.

The former North-West Coaster, who now resides in Carrick, wore millinery by local milliner Susan McArthur for this competition, and also for Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup Fashions on the Field.

“My Crown Oaks millinery was a wide-brim, cream hat, with the crown inspired by the open-cut mines of Tasmania,” Ms Coad said.

“I think the fact that it was wide-brimmed made it different from other people’s millinery, as most wore more compact headwear.

“I always look for millinery that stands out from the other pieces, and has high quality materials.”

Susan McArthur herself made it into the preliminary finals of the Millinery Award at Crown Oaks Day, an invitation only competition.

Ms Coad also enjoyed taking part in Fashions On The Field at the Melbourne Cup.

“I wore a burgundy, magnolia-bud hat. I also wore a classic, navy blue, fringe-dress,” she said.

Ms Coad said trends for both Fashions on the Field competitions were in line with the traditional styles for each, but featured modern twists.

“For Crown Oaks Day it was very feminine. The winning girl wore a classic outfit with a full skirt, in pink and yellow,” she said.

“Melbourne Cup is more about colour, with the winning outfit in bright greens and blue, more tropical colours.”

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