Traralgon’s Chloe Davis was named best dressed at the Moe Cup for her white dress, which featured clashing mauve and red sections.
“I’ve been doing it for two seasons now,” Davis said.
“I love doing all the fashions and stuff – I was just really hoping I’d take out the win.
“It’s just made by a friend’s mum and the millenary is by Jack and Jill Millenary.”
This year’s fashions were judged by MARVEL Clothing’s Nikkie Dunkin, Ruby Wyntjes from Leon’s Hair Studio and hairdresser Rodney Kyle.
Davis was clear about what made a good racing outfit.
“(It’s) just when everything is clean, cut and polished – I think that either you create a piece of art or you wear a piece of art,” she said.
Tanjil South’s Phil Town was judged
Town said when he attended the races he had no intention of competing.
“My wife put me in there and I thought I’d give it a shot and all of a sudden (I won),” he said.
“I don’t know why, but they picked me.”
This year’s fashions on the field featured
With five entrants in the competition, Gawn quickly judged Erica man Gordon Casey’s facial hair the finest on
“They were all classy beards – one of them had been growing for about 20 years, so he was the clear winner,” Gawn said.
He said the key to a good beard was “you’ve got a little bit of length, a little bit of work put into it” and “not too much ginger”.
Casey said he had not been planning to attend the races and decided to stop in after attending a grandparent’s event.
He was awarded a prize pack that included an electric razor for his troubles.