Brand Spotlight: Le Fash NY

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Le Fash

You know that awkward feeling you get when you need to go to the mall or just about anywhere but the barn in your riding clothes. I know I do! But now there’s Le Fash NY the “First ever cross over clothing brand suitable for competition and the New York fashion forward.”

Katherine Lambert, area 1 eventer sporting her Le Fash.

Katherine Lambert, area 1 eventer sporting her Le Fash.

You may have seen these awesome shirts and breeches on the popular hunter and jumper riders. But why can’t eventers get in on this awesome brand? The shirts are extremely breathable and made of bamboo with fashionable patterned or coloured plackets. They are attractive enough for everyday riding, clinics, shows, and look great! They also are perfect for all three disciplines of eventing, go well under your show jackets, and look great out on course! The shirts are also made of bamboo which makes them both soft, and good for the enviorment. They fit well to your body shape, without being too snug. They also stay tucked in while you ride, because we all know how annoying it is to be in the middle of your dressage test and notice your shirt is suddenly flapping in the wind.

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Plus they have really attractive new “City Breech” with contrasting patches! They come in every colour from SoHo (white) to Financial District (grey), you have the choice of pocket rivets or without pocket rivets. These pants look great with a pair of flats or tall boots! And yeah, they may only have knee patches for right now, but in an attempt to branch out to more eventers and dressage riders full seat breeches will be out very soon! So what are you still doing reading this? Go get your Le Fash NY fix, and stop feeling awkward wearing breeches in public!

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