Brand Spotlight: Annie’s Equestrienne Apparel

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Rocking the Tiff-annie breeches Rocking the Tiff-annie breeches

So we wear riding clothes day in, and day out. Tan pants and navy polos seem to be the official equestrian uniform with the exception of a few different “natural” colors. But why do we limit ourselves? Why not have some fun with our breeches?

Annie’s Equestrienne Apparel originally started as a line of kids schooling apparel, featuring the brightly colored “Razzberry Sticky Bun Breeches” (Pink full seats in kids sizes). But soon the demand for more colors, and adult sizes sky rocketed the line. Now they feature both “Tiff-annie Blue” and “Tweety Bird Yellow” in a wide range of adult and childrens sizes? So why not give it a try?

The original Razzberry

The original Razzberry

With a flow of new products coming out, I had a hard time deciding what color breeches I wanted, but I settled with the “Tiff-annie Blue”. I’ll be honest, I squealed when they arrived. The breeches have the perfect form fitting, yet not too tight feel, and are light weight enough for summer! The full seat is a luxurious micro fiber which really helps me stick in the saddle on my rougher dressage schools. They might possibly be my new favorite breeches.

Post- dressage school with the awesome breeches!

Post- dressage school with the awesome breeches!

In addition to breeches, Annie’s carries a wide range of children’s apparel- everything from polos and sweat shirts to homemade hoof oil and matching breeches for American Girl dolls. (Lucky they weren’t around when I played with mine!). I also have worn their new “Shim Shimmery Tee” and it looks great in the saddle and running out to do some errands, without being overtly horsey.

The candy stripe polo for girls and dogs

The candy stripe polo for girls and dogs

So if your looking for a way to spice up your riding clothes, or just some fitting breeches for a little eventer check Annie’s Equestrienne Apparel out! And who knows? Maybe they’ll make breeches in your cross country colors!

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