Fashion

EQUES

You may remember MASbisjoux from this post back in February, and now they’re back with a new line: EQUES! If you’re like me, you like unicorns, but you love horses. This line is for us true equestrians as EQUES features a gorgeous horse similar to her cousin the unicorn. They are coming soon, so keep […]

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Name Coins

Remember those old Best Friend Forever necklaces with the heart broken in half? One half had BE and FRI on it while the other boasted ST and END. Well, Name Coins, a family-run company, is taking them to a whole new level! Of course my favorite is the horse one below, but the nautical lover […]


Welcome Collegiate Glamour!

Maryland Equestrian would like to give a huge welcome to our newest advertiser, Collegiate Glamour! Collegiate Glamour is an apparel and lifestyle brand designed specifically for equestrians who want to show their school spirit. With these exciting products, you will shine in the saddle, and your horse will stand out in the stable! Check out […]


VV – Kentucky Derby Collection

It’s that time of year! Vineyard Vine’s Kentucky Derby collection is hitting the shelves, and, as usual, they have outdone themselves. Their wide variety of dresses, suits, accessories, and ties will make a statement whether you’re enjoying the race at Churchill Downs or at a local party. I’m particularly happy to see that two fascinators […]


Oughton Limited

Oughton Limited takes equestrian style up a notch. Their designs are sleek, and their products are high-quality and sturdy – made with the equestrian’s very full lifestyle in mind. You may have seen their signature orange and white colors alongside their hardy totes, luggage, handbags, and accessories. I’ve had my eye on both of these […]


Longines

Sometimes, it’s all about the marketing. The upcoming Triple Crown season will not be complete without multiple commercials from Longines. I’ll be sitting on my couch, glued to my TV watching the races, and then one of these babies will air. You know the ones I’m talking about. Majestic horses and top-notch riders galloping across […]


MASbisjoux

I came across the MASbisjoux jewelry collection while reading Beach: Modern Luxury, a magazine I picked up in the Hamptons last summer. The article featured designer Morgan Shara, founder of MAS Creative, and her collaborative jewelry line with BISJOUX. According to their site, when Morgan, “first saw BISJOUX, the unique, modernistic costume jewelry line created […]


Hunt Club

Hunt Club is another Instagram find! This shop based in Pittsburgh, PA and specializes in equestrian apparel, jewelry, and accessories. The owner makes all of the products herself and also takes customized orders! “Welcome to Hunt Club, where sophistication in the show ring doesn’t have to come with a steep price tag and elegance is […]


Tucker Tweed

Every so often, (and this is hard to admit), my husband is actually right about something – ha! He had been after me for quite some time to join Instagram, but feeling like I was on enough social media as is, I resisted. But he kept pushing, swearing I’d love all the horsey stuff I’d […]


S&D = 10% Discount

You all may remember my earlier post about some horsey finds from Stella & Dot; I’m still in love with my horseshoe bracelet and wear it all the time. However, I think I have a new favorite piece – my EQUESTRIAN engravable necklace! Last year, I wanted this engravable so badly, but there was a […]


Preakness Style

My husband and I are ordering our tickets to Black Eyed Susan Day today, so I have Preakness on my mind. Unfortunately, we have a scheduling conflict and will most likely not be able to attend on Preakness Saturday – such a bummer! In the meantime, I wanted to share my thoughts on Preakness Style. […]


Katharine Page Sandals

Last year, via my second favorite equestrian lifestyle blog, Dappled Grey, (because mine is my favorite, naturally!), I became aware of Katharine Page. Inspired by the best of classic equestrian life, Katharine Page’s sandals are exquisite. “Katharine Page is a new American brand drawing inspiration from the traditions of equestrian sport. The finest natural materials, […]


Hunter

I have always wanted a pair of Hunter boots – the original green ones. There’s something so iconic equestrian about them. The Hunter story begins in 1856 when American entrepreneur, Mr. Henry Lee Norris, started North British Rubber Company (later to be renamed Hunter Boots), with only four employees. By 1875, the company had grown […]


Stubbs and Wootton

I recently became aware of the shoe company, Stubbs and Wootton, and I’m in love. Now, I’m not a huge fan of flats, but these are pretty irresistible. What I don’t love, however, is their price point. One day I may splurge on a pair of $450 slippers, but today isn’t that day. Sadly, I […]


Lilly Pulitzer – The Maryland Scarf

I have a confession to make. I’m not a huge fan of Lilly Pulitzer. I know! I’m sorry! Most of the time, the designs are too bright and colorful and loud for me. The patterns just have way too much going on. I know…and I call myself a prepster. Shame on me. Anyway, if you’re […]


Holly Jolly Joules

I’ve loved the Joules brand for quite some time, but, sadly, I do not own anything from their line – and here’s why. Their equestrian apparel, while divine, is pretty pricey, especially to be worn while actually riding. This is why I rarely buy nice riding apparel – it causes too much internal conflict! For […]


Cool Weather Riding Apparel

Notice that the title of this blog says “cool” and not “cold.” Fall in Maryland is definitely chilly, but most of the time, I don’t ride in my heavy coat – I save that for winter. I like to layer for the cooler weather as I almost always work up a sweat and need to […]


Stella & Dot

I’m not much of a jewelry person, so when my friend Jess asked if I wanted to host a Stella & Dot party, I was one the fence. However, now that half of my house is up-to-date and renovated, and I enjoy entertaining, I said, why not? Since I’m not into jewelry, it won’t come […]


Horse Swag

When I was at my local Dover Saddlery (Hunt Valley, MD) two weeks ago, I got a pretty nice surprise at the cash register. I got something for free! I had gone there to buy my pony a new blanket. She’s 33 and is a little thinner than I’d like her to be right now; […]


Tory Burch

As you know from previous posts, I’m not exactly the most fashion forward gal out there, so it shouldn’t surprise you that I had no idea who Tory Burch was until earlier this year, (really, I’m not kidding). It also won’t surprise you that when I finally came to behold the wondrousness that is Tory […]


Salmon Cove and Model Misty

About a year ago, I got an email from Salmon Cove co-owner/co-founder, Charlie Roth. Charlie had come across my blog and had some questions regarding the equestrian community. Thinking his clothing line would be a hit among riders (and he’s right!), he was curious and wanted to pick my brain. And if there’s one thing […]


An Equestrian Fashionista

Anyone who knows me, or who has seen me, knows that I’m not exactly a fashionista. Of course I like to wear nice clothes, but you’ll almost never find me in the mall, hopping from store to store, looking at the latest trends and trying on outfit after outfit. Every so often I’m in the […]


Mucks vs. Wellies

When I was growing up, I was lucky enough to have my horses in my backyard. We had a small farmette that was just perfect for our two spoiled equines. Like any horse crazy girl, asking me to go muck stalls was not a chore – it was something I did willingly, without being asked, […]


Vineyard Vines and The Kentucky Derby

I just saw that Vineyard Vines is the official style of my beloved Kentucky Derby. I don’t think I’ve squealed this much over a clothing trend since…ever. Sadly, I have never been to the Kentucky Derby…but I vow to someday make my way to Louisville, floppy hat on head, and mint julep in hand, (hopefully […]


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