Ok, I just made that up, but maybe the idea isn't so far fetched. Just look at the ways equestrian apparel is being marketed today. Apologies in advance to some of our favorite brands, we LOVE you, we really DO! But while we admire the wonderfully creative and often bold images you use to grab our attention, one has to wonder ... Does it really take platform heels, half-naked models and an overabundance of tattoos to sell a pair of breeches?
Not if they're the ALL NEW version of TuffRider's Ladies Piaffe "High Rise" Full Seat Breeches at the SHOCKINGLY LOW price point of $89.95.
The New TuffRider High Rise Full Seat Breeches are elegant and wonderfully well constructed. Features include the SILX stretch imitation leather fullseat, a new and innovative stretch ankle design, and the luxurious stretch microfiber fabric for a comfortable and flattering fit.
Best of all? The higher rise design. Yes, FINALLY breeches you can wear with a crop top and still keep your belly button barbell discretely hidden! (Just kiddin'.) Kudos to TuffRider for adding a "high rise" option to their popular line of Piaffe breeches, because right now, whether you're talking about breeches or blue jeans, the high rise cut is refreshingly MODERN.
Especially if you're showing in a shadbelly, or any cutaway coat - the higher rise breeches are a MUST HAVE. No more muffin-top, sloppy shirt, distracting low slung belt. PLUS - now you can bend over and zip up your boots with DIGNITY and grace.
And, while we're on a bit of a rant here, we can't resist declaring emphatically that the THE PLATFORM HEEL AND BREECHES TREND IS D.E.A.D. That's right. When it comes to equestrian footwear, the rule here at SHADELLY is: If you can't JOG in them, you probably shouldn't BLOG in them.
Disagree? That's ok, darlin'. Go ahead and sign up for that Zoom Tan membership, squeeze into your favorite low riders, and step into those 5.5" heels, because auditions for the Real Dressage Divas of Wellington start tomorrow.