When I think of my dream wardrobe, I always revert back to traditional English garb. I adore the buttoned-up prepster vibe that is equal parts foxhunting and elbow grease hob knob old stuffy money. I also adore equestrian style. Leave the popped collar side of preppy at home; I'll take a beaten up waxed jacket and some corduroys any day. I'm a horse girl through and through and I'd love for my style to reflect that. My pocketbook doesn't agree though.
Join me on a tour of England, or even Middleburg for that matter, while I google over a Anglophile fall fashion line up.
Bags are packed.
The essentials in tow.
I wish I could don a fedora, but my head looks jacked up whenever I try one on. This style works much better.
And I'll also need to cinch up with this leather belt.
And you should always pack an extra layer.
OK, a bit tangential here, but I really need a [faux] fur number for the fall, and maybe even a formal and informal option. One for a nice dinner out, and the other for a nice romp at the weekend home.
On the subject of night's out, let's throw in a pair of sweet leopard booties for good measure. I won't wear both "animals" at once.
And my hounds will match my horses (true story actually…) as both sport Baker blankets.
Tally Ho and Happy Friday, folks!