First off lets start with the horse riding boots, as we all know, this makes the outfit.The above horse riding boots are from Equestrian Clearance 1) Black lace riding boots - £68.99 2) Tan stanford boots - £69 3) Greg stretch field boots £113. My favourite has to be the grey boots, I've never seen a pair like these before. You can wear these boots any day and will get your moneys worth. As you can see on my 'Glamorous Camping' post, you can turn horse riding boots into a fashion statement. I've also saw a beautiful pair of Toggi Canyon Boots on Amazon, which you may like to view.
The above jackets are from New Look and Asos Finder 1) Cream and Brown Quilted Jacket - £35 2) Voi red quilted jacket - £41 3) Pink Gillet - £8. I love the style of the cream and brown jacket but I also like the Pink Gillet as you can easily put a long sleeve top under it. That said, quilted jackets do tend to make you over heat I think, given that they trap heat and have no real airways. If you do go horse riding, I can imagine that you won't be cold and the last thing you want is trying to unzip your jacket when on a fast horse.
The above selection of leggings are from Dorothy Perkins 1) Red Flower Treggings - £15 2) Green Leggings - £12 3) Blue Jeggings £15.I love all of these jeggings/treggings, I'm a huge fan of them and tend to wear these at the weekend with my horse riding style boots and a chucky cream cardi! They are very comfortable, easy to wear and to co-ordinate with an outfit and most of all Cheap.
The above hats are from: Asos grey hat - £55, Ebay red hat - £20, Equestrian black hat - £27. These can be quite uncomfortable, however safety comes first. I have chosen a few fashion horse riding hats and I was proud for finding the red velvet hat.