Cheltenham 2018: Ladies bare legs and midriff for first day despite cold UK weather
Cheltenham Festival is a meeting in the National Hunt racing calendar in the UK, with race prize money second only to the Grand National.
As well as exciting horse racing enthusiasts, the event has become a spectacle for those wanting to flaunt outlandish style.
Alongside an array of extravagant hats on the day, many ladies decided to welcome spring by flashing some flesh.
There were hundreds of bare pins on show, and some women were even brave enough to expose some midriff.
One woman decided to stand out in a red and silver sequin number.
While her arms were covered up with long sleeves, her legs and stomach were on show.
The dress featured a diamond shape cutout on the front of the waist, and fell into a triangle shape at the bottom.
She finished off the look with a pair of nude peep toe heels, and took the cold temperature in her stride.
Another race-goer flashed her pins in a pair of fishnet tights.
She wore a pirate-inspired dress with frill sleeves, a brown fitted jacket, and flung a pale pink scarf round her neck as an accessory.
Other ladies at the event dressed up for the occasion but opted to wear a few more layers.
While she had her legs out, one woman covered up her black lace dress with a brown coat featuring a large fur collar.
Her friend wore a navy knee-length coat over her black polo neck jumper and check skirt, and also slipped on a pair of black knee high boots.
Cheltenham Festival ends this Friday on March 16.
Ladies Day will take place on Wednesday 15 March which will give female race-goers the opportunity to enjoy the very best in jump racing as well as dressing up in their most fashionable finery.
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