Nothing brings celebs to New Jersey like the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, but if there is a dress code for this event, it must be fairly open to interpretation. This is always a very cosmopolitan crowd, but many seem uncertain as to how to dress for a boozy daytime polo match. The pendulum usually just swings between “too casual” and “too formal,” but this year, people really decided to experiment. Let’s take a look.
Canadian model Kate Bock brought a neutral leather Senreve Belt Bag. I believe this is the first “bare midriff and pants” combo I’ve seen at the Polo Classic, but as I dig deeper through the event photos, I see that bare midriffs and skirts and bare midriffs and shorts were also in play this year. (Scream face emoji.)
Grace Bol brought this eye-catching Rosantica Beaded Tote. She wasn’t the only celeb who opted for something silky and simple on a summer day.
Nicky Hilton Rothschild
Nicky Hilton Rothschild was basically born knowing how to dress for such occasions. Here she is carrying a black and white Mehry Mu Fey in the 50s Bag.
Ingrid Vandebosch brought along this teensy Hermès Kelly Mini Bag. I don’t recall seeing a ton of tulle at past Polo Classics, but it was somewhat trendy this year.
Model Aamito opted for a bold, billowing white dress with tiny polka dots and accessorized the hell out of it with a fringed Jacquemus Espelho Micro Bag.
Fashion blogger Danielle Bernstein paired what we suspect is a new style from Shrimps with an uber-feminine satin frock.
Her fellow fashion blogger Jessica Wang adorned herself in sumptuous yellow tulle dress from Carolina Herrera and brought a Chanel Clutch.
Finally, here’s model Sofia Resing, wearing a delicate white jumpsuit paired with a white Parisa Wang Addicted Bucket Bag.