Jewelry designers are ramping up their modern options for today’s active equestrian. Charriol’s Forever necklace reflects bespoke fashion inspired by Celtic torque adornments. It features a stainless steel chain and a yellow gold PVD stainless cable ring. $155. The large-model Attelage bracelet, in noir by Hermès is constructed of silver and swift calfskin. $1,300. Charriol’s Forever earrings, a young-at-heart favorite, are constructed of yellow-gold steel and steel cable. $245. Charriol’s Forever bangle is made of stainless steel PVD yellow and stainless steel cable. $260. The Hermès Coup de Fouet au bloc hinged bracelet in rayon is constructed of enamel, palladium-plated hardware. $830. The leather cuﬀ Oldenburg Stirrup bracelet by Atelier CG is hand crafted out of Dakota skin and ﬁnished with a bridal stitch. It features a silver-plated stirrup and a solid, custom-bar closure. $90. Equestrian crystal earrings by Ralph Lauren. The equestrian-inspired brass chains cascade from crystal pearl studs, giving the four-inch drop, Italian-made earrings dynamic movement. $295. The waterproof Blake bracelet by ZadehNY is made of yellow gold and woven in their signature parachute cord. Ambiguously equestrian, it can be worn in the shower and while horsing around. $1,600. David Yurman’s sterling silver Crossover X bracelet with diamonds showcases the collection’s entwined range of smooth and cabled cords. $875. Hiho Silver’s sterling silver Saddle Rider on double-wrap leather boasts bridle-inspired leather and fastens with a sterling-silver stirrup buckle. $114.