We like your style - at the 2014 Lincolnshire Show!

We spotted so many dapper folks at the 130th Lincolnshire Show this year. Showing how we Lincolnshire folks do it with style, panache and a dash of good old British eccentricity - gosh, you Yellowbellies are a well-dressed bunch! Here's one for all you fans of Barbour, Dubarry, tweed, Schoffel and traditional British gents and ladies coutrywear...
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This well-turned-out bunch were spotted at the Lincolnshire Show. Lucy and Lewis from Nottinghamshire, and Olly and Sarah from Gainsborough, were showing how good the country style can look. We love those Dubarry boots, girls!

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Kirsty from Alford looked brilliant in her Dubarry boots and tartan mini skirt. Teamed with a slimfit shirt, ruby red gilet and a gorgeous little bag, it's a cute and classic look that's perfect for the changeable British weather.

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Now this is how a suit should be worn! On the right is Mr John Lockwood, Chairman of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society and a previous High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, and on the left is Mr William Cracroft-Eley, Chairman of Terravesta, whose family have owned the Hackthorne Hall estate near Lincoln for over 400 years. Very dapper indeed...

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Fiona-Stewart Johnson from Ancaster wowed us with her Annie Hall styling. We love the constrast of a masculine tailored jacket and panama-style hat teamed with loose, long hair and a flowy, feminine skirt in natural linen. This wonderfully whimsical summer outfit makes us think of boating, cricket and gymkhanas - it's a classic English look!

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We thought this couple are perfectly dressed for a summer days out. George Pickering from Alford has got 'smart-casual' right on the button, and we love the white jeans worn by Leah Tokelove from Woodhall Spa. Similar jeans can be found in our ladieswear department at Luck of Louth.

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Henry from Normanby and Ben from Normanby Cliff were rocking the British countrywear look. We love their checked Barbour shirts with rolled-up sleeves, and teamed with classic brown leather shoes - such as a tan Loake derby shoe - it's a look that will never go out of date.

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Having fun in the torrential rain! Libby Kennedy and Emma Holgate - both from North London - were enjoying themselves despite the weather... and were living proof that Dubarry boots look great and keep your feet dry. We love your 'Dubes', ladies, and we love your style!

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Showing Dubarry boots are perfect for the chaps too - here is Dr Mark Adelman, advisor to the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, looking every bit the classic English country gent.

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Lydia from the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Team at RAF Scampton, showing great dress-sense - 1940s style. This tweed jacket looks brilliant teamed with a feminine summer dress and simple, lace-up shoes. It's a classic style we'd love to see back on our high street! Come on girls, take your inspiration from 1944... it looks great! (and well done on achieving perfect Victory rolls - we adore the hairstyle!)

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Tracy and Neil Pursglove from Kirmington were the epitome of smart-casual country style. The scarf at the neck just finishes Tracy's outfit nicely. We've got some similar Radley scarves in store at Luck of Louth.

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