Paddy Power reveal £1 onesie to Royal Ascot punters looking to beat the dress code | The Sun

FANCY a day out at Royal Ascot but don't want to drop your monthly salary on the required garments?

Paddy Power has the answer.

The bookmaker has launched it's very own morning suit onesie, costing just 0.05% of the average Royal Ascot race-day attire.

At just £1, the average racegoer can easily engage in the pomp and circumstance on the royal meeting without coughing up all their hard-earned pennies.

But staying between the rails and adorning the correct racing attire has caused a kafuffle for many of late – forcing ladies to measure the width of their shoulder straps and the diameter of their headpieces in advance of attending this week’s showpiece. 

Meanwhile, gents need to reassess the length of their socks, how discreet their waistcoat pattern is (except for those patriotic in nature) and the hue of their shoe as they approach the turnstiles.

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In addition, the cost of keeping up with the upper crust is proving more and more prohibitive in the midst of inflation as thousands get set to ascend on the social event of the summer. 

Spokesman Paddy Power said: “We feel like it’s about time racetracks reined their rules in a bit. It’s easier to figure out a sudoku puzzle than it is to decipher the dress code at some courses. 

“So, we have created an all-in-one answer to punters’ problems…until they need the loo.” 

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