Horse Racing Fashion For You is Equally As Important As Picking a Winning Horse!
Go to Keeneland in Style!
Now that the Keeneland Spring Meet is in session, you might wish to get a new outfit or two to wear to the track. It’s a good feeling to shop local and here in Lexington Ky we have several independently owned one-of-a-kind boutiques and specialty shops. Here are a few to check out as you prepare for a day at the races:
Open year round, this store is so full of equestrian and race-themed clothing and accessories that you may not want to wait until race day to visit. You’ll find dresses, skirts, pants and sweaters for the ladies – including several stylish maxi dresses. Menswear features shirts and pants but the real highlight is the lively selection of ties and bowties.
This Clay Avenue shop carries women’s clothing and accessories that are mostly resort-casual, which would work well for a relaxed day at the track. They have some cute sandals, flats, heels and boots as well as some bright bangles and handbags.
This iconic boutique on the corner of Maxwell and Upper Streets has been keeping the local women in style for decades. They stock designer dresses perfect for an upscale luncheon at the Keeneland Clubhouse.
In the same building as Bella Rose, Stuart Mercer is a gentlemen’s shop specializing in high end designers as well as custom tailored clothing.
Howard & Miller
A selection of formal and casual high quality menswear is offered at this store on Old Vine Street. Men can find suits, sportcoats, and trousers, as well as khakis, shorts, polo shirts, and – of course – bowties.
The managers of these stores are really proud of their personalized customer service and attention to detail. Happy shopping and good luck at the track!
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