Zara Tindall looked her typically stylish self on Thursday as she headed to the Aintree Racecourse and wow - check out her dress coat! The mother-of-two decided to rock one of her favourite designers - Guinea London - wowing in a pastel blue dress coat. Known as the 'Piccadilly' , the £425 pretty design is made in the classic sky blue Herringbone pattern - one of the limited edition british tweeds the brands make. We love the contrasting black pockets and buttons and the royal decided to make the look her own by adding a glamorous fur stole. The wife of former rugby player Mike also teamed her look with a statement black fascinator which had netting and appliqué detail.
Zara looked stunning at the races
Last month, the Queen's granddaughter looked chic in Cheltenham, sporting her 'Navy Herringbone coat' - also by Guinea London - which was cut in the same flared shape and trimmed in navy blue velvet.
£425, Guinea London
Zara also looked to be wearing a simple dress underneath her glam coat, and added knee-high boots by Stuart Weitzman and a quilted Chanel handbag. Her bright blue hat by Juliette Botterill provided us with a burst of colour, and made a real statement to her overall look.
The 37-year-old was also spotted carrying her favourite black bag at the races - and it's from luxury brand Aspinal London. The £450 'Letterbox' design could be used for both work and the weekend as it's super roomy and has a fully adjustable strap which is detachable, meaning you can carry it or wear it cross-body.
After some serious delving, we realised that Zara is not the only fan of this bag - the Duchess of Cornwall has it too! The wife of Prince Charles has opted for the design in classic back and often carries it with her during a lot of her public engagements.