How to Style a Spring Equestrian Look
Spring Equestrian Look:
Black and orange: two dominant shades for a perfect equestrian outfit.
Lets start from the base: The equestrian pants.
I have to say that is not always easy to find the perfect trouser. Having a high budget doesn’t always imply finding the perfect pair. Unfortunately I have tested and tried many garments, that at first glance looked fabulous and especially expensive and then they revealed themselves worst than the second-hand ones. The grip after one ride would come off and the belts would leave the color down.
Have you read my last article about my Hermes experience? Saut Hèrmes
How to choose the best garment for your Equestrian look
For this reason we have to be very careful about what we choose and how we chose it.
I’ll try to give all of you some tips for not making those annoying “shopping mistakes”. As I previously said, in this look I chose a couple of equestrian pants from the shades of black.
A color that goes with everything, but unfortunately it gets easily dirty in the stable, just a bit of dust and the pants will directly go in the washing machine. Dressed in black, I match the black Hermès under saddle with orange logo and if you notice I’m even wearing the HCE sweater that pairs with the logo. Also the accessories are on the shades of black and orange.
Spring Equestrian Look: Black and orange
I recommend to always try to INSERT two colors in your equestrian outfit. Sparingly chose the colors to match for you and your horse to wear, without making him/her look ridiculous or inappropriate.
I happened to SEE a gelding horse, dolled up to the shades of fuchsia, even I would say no, even horses Have Their Dignity.
What do you think of this look?
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