Fashion

Bridging the Gap with equestrian style

In honor of Gap’s current 30% off sale, let me introduce you to my Gap pick for casual wear this Fall: the skinny riding pants, available in black and olive (shown on me). I paired them with a fitted double collar blouse for a structured look but these pants also work with tanks or tees. I bought the regular fit because I prefer an ankle length instead of the petite fit, which have a 3/4 fit.

Hermes fashion equestrian style with vintage ostrich Hermes passé guide purse  Hermes fashion equestrian style with vintage ostrich Hermes passé guide purse  Hermes fashion equestrian style with vintage ostrich Hermes passé guide purse

A budget friendly way to transition from a student wardrobe to a professional one is to buy pieces that seamlessly transition between work and play. Here is my law school OOTD. Attire like this is acceptable in casual (not business casual) work environments. Do not mistake business casual to mean business on the top and casual on the bottom.
Hermes fashion equestrian style w/ Hermes 90cm Brides de Gala jersey scarf as cape Hermes 90cm scarf as belt

I am not small enough to be a professional jockey but the fashion is half the fun anyway.  😉
I love equestrian style fashion because it is classic and comfortable. -I collect riding boots and jumping boots. (I use the word “collect” to justify the spending by classifying it as a hobby).

Design view of silk jersey scarf folded into belt above:

Hermes 90cm Brides de Gala jersey scarf as cape

Close-ups of accessories:

Hermes boots and Hermes ombre kelly dbt leather braceletintage ostrich Hermès passe guide saddle bag purse 
Outfit details:
Anne Fontaine blouse, Gap skinny riding pants, Hermès boots, 
Hermès Brides de Gala Bayadère silk jersey scarf,
Vintage ostrich Hermès passe guide saddle bag purse, Hermès booties 
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