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Kerrits Cross-Over Full-Seat Breech, This classical clasp has twin hooks and eyelet clasp and provides you with an easy handling. SmartPak Piper knee pants - SmartPak Equine knee pants. Pretty pants that aren't really pricey.
The colour match of horse and horseman conveys the feeling of a winner squad. Here the türkisfarbenbene "Mattie" waistcoat with co-ordinated shirt and gable cover provides for a successful Look, of hobbys Horse.... Picture 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc. Equestrianism is smooth, the horsemen have looked through the show accounts and visited class, the trailers are ready to go, show and compete... but what about your showwear this year?
Would you be willing to make a convincing impact as soon as your horse puts his foot in the stadium? This year, West show fashion for womens covers a broader range of style than perhaps ever before. The eye-catching west side of the site features custom-made show t-shirts decorated with hand-stitched jewellery, fringes, airbrush paintings, crystal and other blind balls.
Far beyond the handy side, horse ranchers wear a simple cottonshirt, a straight cap and denim trousers. What is new is that these extreme costumes can be carried by the same horseman at different hours of the afternoon in different categories of the same tournament. Since there is such diversity in what is wore in shows, horsemen embrace small detail such as brims, shoes and uncommon jewellery to personalise their presentation and add a touch of fashionable enjoyment to the arenas.
The broad range of decent fashions also means that more fabric, more colour and more ornamentation can be seen on all the elements of a showpiece. Experienced show girls know how to make a great impact in the show ring with colour and skyline, so let's get to the detail!
The beautiful cut blazer "Bethany" by Horse looks great on any horse; a golden layer makes for a good figure in the ring. The show clothing should look like it has been cast on and underline your supple driving abilities. Picture 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc. Whilst a conventional felt with a cattle pleat and 4" edge is always tolerable, this year you should consider the personalisation of caps as a major feature of fashions.
While not every exhibit will have a handcrafted top notch, more and more drivers will appreciate the convenience and authenticity of the legendary West German cap and editions. They do it in colour: bright and pastel join the procession of white and white caps for a touch of whimsical colour... even stalks appear in contrasting colours and unusual fabrics.
Whether you're on a farm or on a horseback looking for a classical, calm look, there's nothing better than a steel molded wool vest, cut to perfection and accentuated with a beautiful shawl that takes colours from a strong saddlecloth. Search for classical jerseys with fun contrasting detail in plaques and collar as well as in some vintage West prints: gingam, caldico, etc.
Lustschreiber can see the same sexy farm class shawl with a smaller shawl or delicate jewellery... or the horseman can put on a show coat decorated with several thousand dollars that would be at home on any Nashville theater! Adds more gems and crystal if you like, but make sure the clothing is cut and in tasty colours that match your horse's colour before putting on the jewellery.
Tailor-made west waistcoats are comfy, slim and colder than coats. Anticipate that waistcoats like Horse's gleaming "icicle" are laminated over stretched-toes, as shown here. Picture 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc. Whilst you will find some customized strokes creeping on top of hats such as duplicate lines of fringes, contrasting bays and customized hats, hats are always in stylish fringes and a great fitting that closely attaches to the rider's waist and ends in a length that will cover the boots toe when assembled.
Crevices (knee-length chaps) coupled with high heels are a favourite look for riders and a place where you can show off your personality with unusual fringebehandlungen and colour accents rich in contrasts. "The " Elsie " costume Tell by Horse has a geometrical decoration rich in contrasts and many crystal, which lend shine to your closet.
Picture 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc. They can be as ornate as a casual cardigan (or even the same hip-length double-duty-jacket) or just cut with west facing detail such as forks and lockstitch. Boot should go with trousers, and hat should go with trousers or have a light, plain colour to surround the wearer's face.
Little luxury, personalized with jewellery initials and marks, the use of extravagant leather in boot and belt, and subtle features such as discreet ribbon needles and silk shawls in complicated printing, give the show ring presentations of competing West Equestrian charms and originality. There is one element that brings horse and horseman together as a visual team: a large, colourful rug.
No matter whether you opt for a complicated tripod look to a sturdy chemise or a more simple geometrical or sturdy styling coupled with a textured top, your rug is the pivotal element that makes you and your horse look like you fit together, so select it with care. Even the right height counts: The rug must be big enough to surround your seat and add colour to your display.
The show blouse brings convenience to the show ring all the way through the show, with styles like the Horse "Stephanie" Horse Semanship Top, which combines stretching and gloss to make a compelling impact. Foto 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc. Don't miss your horse's part in the overall show ring design when designing your show outfit.
Whilst blacks are the most commonly used colour for clothes in the show ring, you should consider the use of earthy touches such as rusty and suede for foxes and horse chestnuts, and jewels such as indigo and thrush for bush and monochrome coloured horseback. You' re not sure which horse you're going to ride? Blau/Grüne colours caress every horse and horseman; blue-green and cyan are always a good choice in the show ring.
Try out your colour concept before you buy by placing a large pattern, like a hand cloth, on your horse to judge the look from afar. The beautiful shimmery sequined material in strong sterling silver combined with golden makes the "Jewely" coat from Horse House a contemporary west closet. Picture 2017, Horse Clothing Company, Inc.