Newlywed Connacht WAG Lorna Muldoon stuns in monochrome jumpsuit at Galway Races
It takes a lot to stand out during Galway Race Week.
Among the sea of sartorial experimentation always emerges the unofficial uniform, which changes minimally from year to year: a bright coloured ensemble, a wide brim hat, preferably with ornate floral detail and nude or gold court heels.
But a post-racing event means a more relaxed dress code and usually sees some of the more adventurous looks. Enter Lorna Muldoon (née Byrne) the newlywed wife of Connacht rugby captain John Muldoon, who turned heads in a strapless flared jumpsuit, keeping her accessories minimal with a leather tie waist belt and monchrome fascinator.
Fresh fro the couple's Mexico honeymoon, Lorna joined her mother Sandra and sister Alex at the Salthill Hotel for the Prom to Paddock event raising funds for Enable Ireland.
The event began as a fundraising initiative in 2012 with just 65 people in attendance and last night saw its biggest numbers yet with 300 guests.
Fashionistas have descended on Galway en masse this week to attend the dozens of parties around the city after taking in a day at Ballybrit Racecourse, where tomorrow's overall Best Dressed Lady winner will take home a prize worth €10,000.