Zara and Mike Tindall are enjoying some time in Australia, since Zara competed in the Gold Coast's Magic Millions Polo Tournament on Sunday – and of course, the warmer weather was a chance to embrace summer fashion, too! The daughter of Princess Anne looked stunning in a lace, tiered mini dress for the more formal part of the sporting event – before changing into her whites to get into the saddle. Doesn't she look gorgeous? In fact, the royal seems to have just as much influence as the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex, since she's sparked a sell-out after being photographed in the outfit.
Zara's sell-out dress. Image: Media-Mode / Splashnews.com
The pretty dress is made by one of Zara's favourite Australian fashion brands, White Label Noba – the 'Scarlett' design costs $399.99 on the label's website, and is now unavailable in all sizes. Sob. The brand was clearly over the moon to see Zara in one of their items, writing on Instagram: "We are delighted that the beautiful Zara Phillips has chosen to wear White Label Noba, for the second year in a row, to the iconic Magic Millions Polo. Zara looked absolutely stunning in Scarlett dress today!" We concur!
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The equestrian star teamed her neutral look with matching wedges, a summery straw hat and a nude box clutch – while husband Mike looked ultra-dapper in a navy blazer, pale blue shirt and shorts.
Arriving at the Queen's pre-Christmas lunch
It's not known how long the couple will remain in Australia, though Zara was also spotted shooting a campaign with one of her brand partnerships, Land Rover, wearing a casual-cool khaki shirt, slouchy denim shorts and a pair of crisp white Adidas trainers. Talk about a laidback royal, eh?
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We've been loving Zara's outfits of late – for the Queen's pre-Christmas lunch in December, she wore a gorgeous red and white dress by luxury brand Maje, a store also loved by Holly Willoughby. The dress also sold out in most sizes – we shall call it the Zara effect...