Spring Ahead


Sarm Hippique's modern classic Elisa Show Shirt. Flattering, slim fit in long or short sleeve.


Silk, Tetbury Tunic in stirrup print by Rönner. 3/4 sleeve with deep V-neck. $500.


Rönner's Winifred Dress in cotton-voile jockey print with 3/4 sleeve and open-cap shoulder. $350.


Active Jacket by Goode Rider in smoke. The perfect streamlined riding jacket with reflective fabric on zipper and cuffs.


The City Jacket in punch by Noel Asmar. Flattering fit with front zipper and magnetic-placket closure. $260.


Noel Asmar Oxford Show Shirt in punch features a magnetic collar closure and white collar and cuffs. $148.


All Weather Rider by Noel Asmar. Gold accents, adjustable hood, and front and back skirt unveil behind hidden-zipper gusset. $340.


Noel Asmar Dressage Shadbelly in black with black paisley points. Tailored with curved waist for flattering fit. Interchangeable points allow personalization. $480.


The Weekender Bag by Noel Asmar. Italian leather with patent accents and locking-close buckle. 10.5" x "19.5" x 10". $580.


Noel Asmar Chanitlly Show Jacket in black. Features black faux leather piping along pocket and collar. Angled pockets create a slimming effect. $398.


Viva Backpack by Atelierbits combines raw-cut leather and traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Custom-solid hardware and horse-bridle inspired clasp closure. $529.


Firenze Backpack by Noel Asmar. Italian leather with drawstring closure. 15" x 11" x 3.5". $368.


Novelty Summer Scarf by Atelierbits. Equestrian-inspired print with leather scarf cuff. $150.


Goode Rider's Iconic Breech in white. Mid-rise fit. Shown with Noble Show Shirt in stay-cool fabric.


Montegro city-white breech by Kentucky boasts a flattering, modern cut with contrasting zippers (shown in apple). $347.


La Piccolina Silver Red Bag by Âme Moi. Cow leather with lambskin lining. Embroidered silk and leather exterior. Accented with semi-precious stones and horse-mane pendant. $2,200.


Le Fash White Soho City Breech. Available with matching gold rivets on pockets. $195. Navy Check Sport Show Shirt. $195. Rust Noho City Breech. $328. Ocean Plaid Open Placket Show Shirt. $195. The City Breech Collection provides four-way stretch and UV Block. Higher spandex content and slightly higher cut front and back panels create a slimming effect.


Linda Jacket by Equiline. Modern and sportive Italian-designed, made with highly breathable microfiber and embellished with a flag on zipper pockets. $275. Evan Jacket is highly breathable with a modern design. Italian flag-enriched zippered bucket. High elasticity of the fabric ensures ideal fit and maximum movement. $285.


Dare to Love Ruby Bag by Âme Moi. Cow leather with lambskin lining. Embroidered silk and leather exterior. Accented with semi-precious stones and horse-mane pendant. $1,920.


Sportek Jacket by Goode Rider. Stay cool on warm summer days in this sporty, zip-up 3/4 sleeve jacket. Shown with Pro Rider Breech.


Razzapura Show Jackets in flexible fabrics, designed for comfort and style. Mens $400. Womens $415.


Rönner's Montpelier Silk Satin Scarf printed in vintage gold and blue and also available in blue and green. 90 x 90cm. $154.

Delight in this season’s Light, Bright, and classic Black-And-White

If you happen to be an avid lover of poetry as I am, you will know that springtime is one of the most widely written about seasons of the year. With spring comes the promise of new and exciting beginnings, the inevitable temptation of budding romances, and of course the unpredictability of weather!

OK that one is not too poetic, but changing weather is definitely one of the driving forces behind the variety of outerwear in the spring equestrian collections. While barely there, zip-up jackets and featherweight vests are de rigueur in my neck of the woods, northern and East Coast style mavens will still require a few extra layers or ultra-chic rain gear.

But as the afternoon sun begins to linger, our layers begin to fade into winter’s memory. This spring unveils a garden of feminine-cut blouses with lace and ruffle details, stunning black-and- white silhouettes with touches of colored piping, and breeches in earthy tones of tan and hunter green. Burgundy will continue to blossom in this year’s show coat lineup, as well as beautiful shades of blue and teal.

Street wear to barn wear will also be in full bloom with sassy plaid shirts, tack-inspired belts and bracelets, and creamy leather totes and modern backpacks.We will also see a rejuvenation of classic cotton shirts and timeless silk equestrian prints.This season is the time to put the preppy back into our equestrian wardrobe. Bling is last year; this spring it’s all about the pretty.

Read the story in the Spring 2015 issue here.