Imagine…What if money wasn’t an issue? What would you buy to treat yourself at Christmas time? We’ve selected a range of affordable and luxury equestrian inspired products to give you some inspiration for the upcoming holidays.

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Always go for the extra mile in a warm pair of classy Dubarry boots. How stylish and luxurious is this tweed edition? (£299 available at Dubarry.com)

Equestrian Lifestyle Dubarry

This premium German brand “Uniqcorn Exceptionnel” stands for exquisites design and handcrafted riding breeches.

Dress to win the competition. (Breeches €455)

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The polo belt that thinks it’s a Christmas jumper. Want it. Need it. Available at Pampeano (£65).

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The best way to fill in your stocking? Indeed…socks, pick up a fancy pair by the new Italian brand Miasuki (€30).

Equestrian Lifestyle Miasuki

You can never go wrong with a stylish shirt. This linen one by Middy n’ Me will for sure be an eyecatcher during your Christmas diner party. ($325)

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Holland Cooper is a brand so synonymous with British luxury it’s recognised instantly in its use of the most superior Scottish woven tweeds and wools combined with the finest suede’s and leathers offering luxury tailoring for both men and women. The Prince of Wales jacket in soft pink is one of my favorites. (£449)

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Save the best for last, this bag is highly on the wishlist. An iconic classic bag in alligator material.

The Ricky bag by Ralph Lauren (€18 000)

Equestrian Lifestyle Ralph Lauren Ricky Bag Alligator

Let me know what’s on your wishlist!

Coming up next: Christmas wishlist for the horse.

 

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The nights are getting shorter, the temperature has dropped and there are Christmas adverts on the television. Yes, it is that time of year again. If you are not quite feeling festive yet, here are some tips to decorate your barn that surely will raise your Christmas spirit.

#1 Lucky shoe tree

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A little bit of DIY or ask your blacksmith to fix this for you. Festive your tree up with some Christmas lights and you’re ready to celebrate.

#2 Presents of hay

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Make presents for under your “lucky shoe tree” with some hay and colorful or glitter tape.

#3 The stable

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Your horse’s health and safety must always come on the first place. If you want to decorate the little window of his stable, make sure he won’t bite things and hurt himself.

#4 Equestrian wreath

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Make your Christmas wreath more personalised by putting some equestrian ornaments in it. Use some old lucky shoes (you can paint them gold or silver), an old horse bit, some leaves, some pine cones or other wintery things. It would be lovely at the entrance of your barn.

** Merry Christmas **