Editorial Reviews for this title:
This amusingly written guide on What Not to Wear on a Horse is the perfect guide to correct dress that will make you look smarter than ever before. There are top-to-toe style tips and advice on: hair, make-up and jewellery; underwear; shirts, ties, waistcoasts, stocks and gloves; breechers and jodphurs ('Does my bum look big in this?'); boots, chaps and spurs; jackets; hats; what grooms should wear at shows and casual clothes for wearing on and off the horse. Also featuring a three-page chart on how to colour coordinate with your horse. So, do your horse a favour and find out whether your ideas about dress style, colour, correct fit and etiquette really cut the mustard.
Trinny and Susannah, eat your heart out. --Horse & Rider
Very amusing, well written and informative. --Ireland's Equestrian
Look slimmer, trimmer and more correct by following the guidelines. --Chiltern & Thames Rider
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