Top marks for primary school teacher Ann Marie Phelan as she wins Best Dressed title at Punchestown
Kilkenny woman Ann Marie Phelan came out on top of the style stakes for the third day of the Punchestown racing festival.
The primary school teacher, who is a regular at the Kildare race track, said she was "thrilled" to win and will be fast tracked to the final tomorrow where TV personality Vogue Williams will help select the overall winner.
"I'm absolutely thrilled, I didn't think I was going to win. I suppose the jumpsuit was weather appropriate and (judge) Derrick Montgomery is a milliner so maybe the hat helped," she told Independent.ie.
"I have a new outfit for tomorrow, I planned on coming tomorrow anyway so I'm really looking forward to that now."
Anne-Marie (31) previously won Best Dressed at the Curragh last year and recently returned from her prize trip to Las Vegas.
"I won in the Curragh last summer and I actually won a trip to as Vegas, I was just there two weeks ago. We got flights and accommodation and a helicopter trip. I really made the most of it," she said.
"A gang of us teachers come to Punchestown every year, we make the most of it, we absolutely love it. Punchestown is always brilliant craic, of all the festivals, I really love Punchestown.
Anne-Marie's jumpsuit was by Self Portrait and her hat was hired from Hats Amore in Newbridge, Co Kildare.
Her bag is by Lulu Guinness at Kildare Village and her shoes are from Penneys.
Look through our gallery below for all of the style from Punchestown so far.