Where does Jessica get her Gucci getup (and how much does that stuff cost?) We go digging for answers.

Jessica Springsteen has a pretty plush life, no doubt. I can never quite decide which aspect of it I covet the most:

Her gold-medal winning horse, Vindicat W? (Who is Instagram-officially back in action this spring after suffering an injury last year — Edwina Tops has been campaigning the 14-year-old KWPN gelding for Jessica this spring.)

So happy he’s back!?❤️ #vindicat

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Her not-too-shabby polo player boyfriend, Nic Roldan? (Check out Amanda Uechi Ronan’s interview with him for JN’s sister site Horse Nation here.)

❤️? @nicroldan ?: @angsalerno

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Having The Boss as a dad?

Me and my buds + dad at @beachamptons party:) @twrc @angsalerno #beachmagazine #family #friends #love #summer

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Or, last but not least, her head-to-hoof Gucci riding gear? As an equestrian ambassador for the company, I’m pretty sure EVERYTHING this girl owns is red and black with a Gucci crest on it.


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One more day til I see this face! ?

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Safe travels to my princesses???

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OK, so those first three things — the gazillion-dollar horse, the polo player boyfriend, the rock star dad — I can pretty much file under the “not gonna happen, EVER” category. But the Gucci getup seemed attainable in theory (for the right price), at least.

After finding myself Gucci-lusting once again after seeing photos of Jessica competing at the Longines Global Champion Tour in Antwerp, Belgium, this week, I did a little experimental Googling. Sure, even a Gucci fly bonnet would be way out of my price range, no doubt, but by how much?

Sadly, I’ll never know — I couldn’t find any of Jessica’s gear anywhere online, because it isn’t available for purchase.

A call to Gucci confirmed that the fashion house has discontinued its equestrian collection. “It was a classic collection but we’ve had so many changes since the new Creative Director Alessandro Michele came in last year,” the company representative I spoke with explained.

The collection was available as recently as 2014, as I wrote a feature on it for Horse Nation. For the story I tallied up the cost of a full Gucci riding outfit (coat, shirt, breeches, boots, whip, helmet, gloves), which came to a grand total of…BeFunky_us_cr13_mn_urtw_28_002_web_look_zoomout.jpg

A few odds and ends are still available on the Gucci website, like this $1,050 Equestrian Collection Riding Cap


…these $515 Equestrian Collection Riding Gloves


…and this $270 Equestrian Collection Leather Belt.


But as far as the rest of it is concerned, looks like we’ll just have to keep admiring Jessica’s gear from afar. _SGC0155 (1)

Photo: Stefano Grasso/LGCT

OR! Get your DIY on with some of these $4 patches and start a juicy rumor about your own swanky new Gucci ambassadorship….


Go Jessica. Jumping!