From the show ring to the home ring, y’all brought your best to the table and looked good doing it. This week we were tickled pink with all the beautiful use of color in your sporting game, whether a tasteful plum, a neon melon, or gray on gray.
Rust breeches were all the rage in the 20th century and have since been less in fashion, but I see them coming round again with some autumn plaids and a bold update like this one, which is more a “wine red” than a “rust red”. Whatever red you call it, we want it.
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We not only adore this rich melon top, but we adore that it looks so nice with the horse and the fence she’s jumping, too! Bonus for the cloudy contrast.
Is there any color that this gray and plum combination could look better on than a deep, dark, dappled gray? No, we contend, there is not.
We are not nor will we ever be against matching a top to an ear bonnet. Especially not when it’s a super classy shade of blue:
Finally, this darling and brilliant use of gray on gray. It’s utterly subtle while also being a unique look. Positively the outfit of the week!
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