The boutiques at the Washington International Horse Show were a huge hit this year. Vendors lined the Verizon Center for an ultimate shopping experience for it’s 55th year in running. Take a look below and see for yourself… From boots, accessories, to barn design… spectators and exhibitors enjoyed a week long shopping experience in Washington, DC without even leaving the Verizon Center. “Every year the show seems to get better and better- between the great shopping, exhibitions, and top level competition, it’s one of my favorite weeks of the year!” said Krista Goossens of Back Country Farm from Grenwich, CT. The shopping experiences at horse shows like The Washington International are growing, and it’s exciting to be able to buy one of a kind pieces at horse show events and get the one on one personalized service.
Equiline featured a rhinestone bedazzled shadbelly with a white ruffled show shirt underneath. Talk about some Bling…
King Barn Design showcased some beautiful barn designs. For over 35 years, King Barns has been designing custom barns from small to large barns and facilities across the country.
Stylish riding boots by Der Dau always catch our eyes with new leathers and stylish detailing. If you are going to make the spend on riding boots, lets be honest: the best way to go is with a custom pair.
Liza Hennessy handbags featured supple saddle leather satchels and calfhair duffles to pair with your favorite fall fashion looks.
One can never have too many equestrian accessories and jewelry… Also, the holiday season is right around the corner! Start making your wish list now if you haven’t already…The boutique Evy featured “Forgotten Pieces Found” Antique pendants combined with pearls of semi precious stones to make one-of-a-kind treasures.
Quick Style Tip: Mix and max gold and silver metals… it’s 100% OK to do so!
Hunt Ltd. featured casual elegant-chic clothing and accessories.
Saratoga Saddlery featured a beautiful winter black fur coat… a fabulous piece that will never go out of style.
Good Shot Designs brought out this beautiful coordinating British tweed with royal red accents. Nothing screams Fall to me more than a classic tweed…
Last but not least, these delicious chocolate dipped apples from Lady Ann Candies are simply irresistible and definitely hit the spot after a long day at the horse show.
Did you attend Washington International Horse Show? If so… What’s your favorite part about the show? Is it the downtown experience? Shopping? Dining? We’d love to hear it! To see some previous posts from Washington International Horse Show from Equestrian Stylist check it out Here.