I’ve always considered equestrian apparel to be the height of fashion. Now it’s been confirmed by Jodie Kidd, who at one time was the highest paid model in the U.K.
Maybe my children should stop cringing when I appear in public in my riding clothes. Or maybe I just don’t look as chic as Ms. Kidd.
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The problem with wearing authentic equine fashion is the “authentic” aroma! Still doesn’t stop me from grocery shopping in my breeches and boots, though 🙂
Well, that brings us to “eau de cheval” which I believe is a very exclusive and expensive perfume.
I’m onboard with equestrian fashion. I’m waiting for the “broken in” look to catch up to English equestrian wear: i.e. western faded jeans with holes, streaks, etc.
In my case “broken in” would breeches and polo shirts sporting a little hair (oh, who are we kidding, it’s shedding season! VERY hairy), and a shimmer layer of dust, nearly fingerless gloves, and scuffed boots.
Eau de Cheval, got that one covered!