The Denver Polo Classic has come to an end and it was definitely a weekend to remember. The Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation manages to outdo themselves every year with an amazing experience that is unmatched. For three days, some of the Mile High’s best and brightest take over the legendary Polo Reserve. These ladies and gentleman come dressed to the nines and then some. Here are some of our favorite looks from Night One, The Tempus Jets Black Tie Dinner.
Sarah Battani opted for a black, crochet gown from her closet since she ran out of time. The look was both edgy and elegant.
As for Ashley Buderus, this red Cache gown was perfect for the Polo Classic since it’s fun, social and classy. “I had been eyeing this dress for a while.”
We loved the pink Badgley Mischka gown that Stephanie Richards donned. Richards told us, “I am very honored to help raise money for a great cause. “
Representing for the fellas, Justin Wheelock donned a Ted Baker suit making for an instant head turner.
Going for sophistication with a hint of fun, Elizabeth Hester opted for a classic black dress from Rent the Runway and timeless jewels.
Meredith Fishering rocked a unique, asymmetrical frill detail dress from Solace London. She was so excited to attend the event because it gave her a way to express her style in a way other events don’t.
“Rent the Runway, best experience ever!” Miranda Halberson exclaimed while looking stunning in this key lime Badgley Mischka gown.
This floral hi-lo dress was a winner on Nellie Rose. She says that it is the perfect combination of spring time and beauty.
Lauren Giblin left us awestruck in this Carolyn Herrera number. The gorgeous gown also had pockets and that is exactly what sold Giblin.
“I chose this look because it felt very Polo,” Natalie Kies told 303. She snagged this gorgeous coordinate set from Nordstrom.
Keiven Cosgriff was 100 percent GQ in his Kenneth Cole suit and snazzy tie.
All Photography by Kyle Cooper.