Chinese New Year just passed and since it’s the year of the horse, why not celebrate in style? With horse race season coming up, equestrian looks are hitting the runway and appearing in celebrity closets. Recently, Bruce Springsteen’s daughter, Jessica Springsteen, has been named Gucci’s equestrian ambassador for their luxury line of riding clothes.
This trend features a lot of leather, and comfy-chic blazers, blouses, belts, and boots with a modern twist. The equestrian style can be expensive, so here’s how you can add this lavish look to your closet on a skinny budget:
Dorothy Perkins Tan Buckle Satchel for $28 | Mod Cloth She’s a Lucky Gallop Scarf for $19.99 | Barneys New York D Ring Snaffle Buckle Belt for
$165 now $49 | Uniqlo Rayon Bow Tie Long Sleeve Blouse for $29.90 | Loft Marisa Pant for $59.50 now $44.99 | Forever 21 Essential Linen-Blend Blazer for $29.80 | Chinese Laundry Tremendous Boot for $38.99
SHOPBOP Loeffler Randler The Rider Bag for $495 | Stella McCartney Horse Print Scarf for $515 | Pendleton Horse-bit Hip Belt for $130 | Saint Laurent Pussy Bow Blouse for $1,271.20 | Tory Burch Ivy Super Skinny Pant for
$195 now $97.50 | Rag & Bone Jett Blazer for $495 | Lauren Ralph Lauren Riding Boots – Jenny Flat for $249 now $186.75
Are you a fan of equestrian style? Share your opinion in the comment section below.
I published this post on Trend Hungry as part of the Trendy vs. Spendy Column. Click here to view it.