Pink: Some of you may know…it’s my all-time favorite color! I even still wear my light pink show shirts with my navy jackets in the horse show ring. And yes, I still use pink saddle pads on my dark bay Dutch Warmblood gelding “Walter” riding back at the barn. I’m a girlie-girl, and that will just never go away… Speaking of that, my younger sister Amy and I decided to play dress up on the farm in Ocala this past weekend. We had a blast dressing in our favorite pink tulled dresses and boots to make this a feminine and country-chic inspired photo shoot.
What I wore: a Dress from H&M I picked out over summer… paired with my two-toned riding boots
Jewelry: Vandermoore Horsebit Gold Diamond Necklace and matching earrings, horse bangle
What Amy Wore: Vintage southern belle tulled dress with embroidered cowgirl boots “Lucky” by Old Gringo .. there are 3 embroidered horseshoes on these boots. LOVE them!
Pair these boots with some pink tulle… and Done! It’s romantic and girlie and makes for the ultimate country-chic photo shoot.
Above, you can see the gold diamond horse bit jewelry … this equestrian jewelry set is simply stunning. This makes a beautiful gift for any special lady.
However, as much as we think we want to, my sister Amy and I will never grow up at heart… We trotted around with “Pepper” the miniature horse on the farm this past weekend and had a blast pretending we were pink princesses in fairytale land…
Holidays are here…Are you looking for a gift idea for your little girl? How about some customized lucky pink ribbons for the short stirrup ring? A good friend of mine Stacie Yellin just started creating the cutest customized hand made hair bows for the pony ring or for playing dress-up. I actually ended up sharing mine with my mini horse “Pepper”… take a peek:
And last but not least… the bows up close:
These hair bows aren’t just for the short stirrup rider… even girls who don’t ride would wear these as a pair or one around a pony tail. Everyone loves a game of dress-up (Especially around the Holidays!) For more info on the bows, please visit: Belle and Bow Equestrian