We saw Autumn Phillips return to Cheltenham today for the Gold Cup, and she looked chic in a green palette with a pop of pink!

Peter and Autumn Phillips arriving for the Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival. Autumn wore a Really Wild coat and Camilla Rose fedora

Her coat was another piece from Really Wild. This is the ‘belt shawl collar coat’, which costs £445 here. The wrap coat features a small shawl collar, large patch pockets at the hip, a hemline that falls to the knee and a self tie belt. There is a single tortoiseshell button to help keep the coat closed a few inches below the belt, and matching smaller buttons at the cuff. It is made from a woollen tweed created in Scotland.

This is an excellent match at £40.

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Really Wild green belt shawl collar coat

Autumn’s chose a teal printed shirt, and what looks like a black mini skirt. More on that when we have it.

UPDATE: we have been told it is also from Really Wild. This ‘Classic’ shirt is created in a black and blue fabric; We have found this shirt (the same style) and a blouse in similar colours to give you an idea of what the piece might look like whole.

A close up of Autumn’s shirt today
Really Wild Classic shirt, and blouse in a blue/black willow print

Autumn wore a new pink fedora from Camilla Rose, a custom version of the ‘Dawn’ hat. The fur felt hat is trimmed with a green and pink braid, while the wide brim gently slopes down. It costs £240 here.

Autumn Phillips wears a Camilla Rose fedora at Cheltenham

She carried a William & Son ‘Bruton’ clutch bag, costing £850 here. In a teal leather, the flap clutch is created in a trapeze shape.

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Autumn carried a teal leather clutch from William and Son, the ‘Bruton’

She chose a pair of black leather knee-high boots, probably a good idea with the current weather! We think these are an older pair –  a stacked wood-effect heel and round toe; updates when we have them.

Autumn Phillips chose black knee-high boots for the Cheltenham Gold Cup

This is an unusual colour combination but it really works, and looks great on Autumn. What did you think?

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