Zara Tindall wears blue palette for first day of Cheltenham

The Cheltenham festival began on Monday, and Zara Tindall of course was in attendance with husband Mike, as their own horse out for the day. Princess Anne also joined them for the day.

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Zara wore a bespoke Guinea London coat. Hers is a version of the ‘Piccadilly’ coat, which costs £425. Get one here.

The original is a three-quarter-length coat with a flared skirt created from a weighty wool tweed. The turned-back cuffs are trimmed in velvet, as are the diagonal welt pockets and the four buttons are created from this fabric too. Zara has had hers made into a funnel neck coat, adding more buttons up to the neck.

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Guinea London Piccadilly coat

She teamed the coat with a pair of Stuart Weitzman ‘Highland’ boots. These boots feature a block heel of 4 inches with curve to the inside, an almond toe and a slim-fit through the leg that moves to an adjustable top section, that can be tightened with laces. They cost £695 and are available here and here.

We unfortunately don’t have any pictures to show you of her boots, but you can view more pictures of her at the event here – scroll down for a view of the boots.


A close up of the curved heel:

Her hat was a bespoke piece from Juliette Botterill, based on the ‘Beret and Bow’ cocktail hat. The original is available to purchase here for £450. Zara’s hat is made instead of felt in a lovely teal hue, and features a sculpted bow with seam-edge detailing, and with two cut arrow feathers in navy, to pick up the colour of the coat.

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Juliette Botterill Beret and Bow cocktail hat

Zara carried a bag from Russell and Bromley, the ‘Quince Large Chain Shoulder Bag’, costing £245. Featuring a gunmetal chain strap threaded with navy suede, and quilted body in navy suede, this mid-sized bag also has a flap opening with the brand’s turn-lock closure. Get one here.

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Russell and Bromley Quince chain strap bag

Calleja ‘Coronet’ earrings from her own collection launched in 2015, made of diamonds and platinum. Zara has a large number of pieces at the label, all with an equine influence of ‘unbridled elegance’. These small huggie, double-hoop lattice earrings are set with brilliant cut diamonds. Get a pair for £4500 here.

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Coronet earrings from Zaras collection at Calleja

Here’s a look at more items from the collection; all larger items feature the brand name and Zara’s somewhere on the piece. The range is now much smaller years on, but features rings, cufflinks, necklaces earrings and bangles. It is comprised of the ‘Saddle Suite’, emulating the shape of a saddle, and the ‘Coronet Suite’ as seen above.

A selection of items from Zara Tindalls jewellery collection at Calleja

Zara also wore a pair of light navy gloves.

This is not the first time Zara has sported the teal and navy look; she did the same at Cheltneham in 2017.

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You can get Zara’s style here:

Thanks to @polkapopp for the boot ID and @RoyalSpectator for the bag

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