Equestrian Stockholm: How it began

For those of you that have followed me since the start, which is less than a year ago, you would have seen I regularly visited Spring hill Dressage. Not only to meet them at shows but also to take images of my friends horse, Finn. Emily was then approached by¬†Equestrian Stockholm to be a sponsored rider. Obviously Emily didn’t say no and soon the yard was bedecked in matchy matchy ensembles. These definitely needed photographing and so we organised a day of outfits and posing.

Equestrian Stockholm: The shoot

We arrived bright and early in the middle of a heat wave-creating some very thirsty work! Horse after horse was ridden in both the outdoor and indoor arenas in head to toe in ES. The new winter colours, burgundy and emerald are simply stunning! Emerald would look amazing on a Chestnut and the quality of these pieces is unbelievable. Even the quilting on the saddle cloths is the logo-how cool is that! Burgundy is a classic, I don’t think there is a colour horse it wouldn’t match and team with some oxblood Celeris boots its so autumnal. Mars rocked his burgundy outfit and posed like a dream-as always! Taupes and Navy also featured and the reason why these sets are so nice is that they are actually quite subtle. The accent colours are picked out well and the little details are just fabulous. Yes they are high end prices but they are high end quality.

Equestrian Stockholm: The end result

My personal favourite had to be the dusty pink and this range was featured in the ‘Ride against breast cancer’ along with my work! A really proud moment for me and one I will treasure for ever, marking the beginnings of my journey.

Equestrian Stockholm