I've been known to pipe up in the past in regards to the ridiculous nature of the haute couture approach to equestrian fashion. While killing time on Pinterest the other day, I decided, on a whim, to see what was out there for fall, equestrian style. I happened upon these little gems and could not believe my eyes. As someone who shares my disdain for 90% of what is popularly known as "equestrian fashion," I dedicate this post to Leslie Wiley. Proceed with caution....
|I would really like to know just what this young lady|
plans to do with a tennis racket, lacrosse stick, and golf
clubs while hacking out.
|What is happening here? I have been known to take|
a last minute potty break in the corner of Eddie's stall,
but I usually disrobe -- to some extent -- first. Plus,
spurs and Mary Jane heels do not mix.
|Oh, that poor pony. Human lasso? I guess that's one|
way to catch a horse.
|Ladies, this is a "don't." Just.....no. Do not ever attempt to trail|
ride while wearing nothing more than boots and lingerie. I
am terrified to even begin to imagine the amount of chafing that
will be going on there.
|There is a time and place for a stylish and well-fitted|
shadbelly. That "time" and "place" would not, however,
involve satin shorts, red sheer tights, and suede
|Stock tie? More like stock "noose." You catch that on a|
low branch while riding first-flight and you're a goner.