Style Your Horse For Fall- Equine Style Guide 2018

Forget the runway at New York Fashion Week, we're bringing you the latest in equine fashion that will slay in the barn aisle. 
Burgundy and tan are this season's must-haves. Try combining these gorgeous burgundy mecate reins with a classic tan rope halter. Simply tie them like you would a bosal, and you have an instantly eye-catching hackamore setup! 
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White and stainless elements make this elegant tack set simple and crisp, just like the perfect weather of fall. This bridle with classic white mecate reins makes us want to go on a ride, now. 
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Here's a stunning mecate set with deep burgundy reins and a flashy copper/patina headstall. Matching slobber straps and a high quality snaffle beautifully tie this look together. 
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This bright rope halter and 14 ft lead rope set is giving us real Pine Hollow nostalgia. The Saddle Club, anyone? You can't go wrong with a classic red, it's a color that works with every season. And this natural horsemanship set is super high quality too, which is a huge bonus. 
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 Lastly, this guide wouldn't be complete without a little turquoise. I mean, did you really expect me to leave it out? Not today, not ever. This gorgeous turquoise mecate set combines rich copper hardware with vintage patina to create the ultimate fall look.| Pozo Headstall | Mecate Reins | Slobber Straps | Snaffle Bit |
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Ok fine here's another. Look at those tassels and conchos!! This set screams fall and is literal #TackGoals. This is our fan favorite Pismo headstall
Hope you enjoyed our very first equine fashion guide! If you'd like to see more, leave us a short comment. Go out and hug your horses for us. 
Love, Andrea Equine
Incredible photography by the talented Briana Shae (photos 2,4,5), Mary Knack (last photo), and our founder Andrea Cao (cover,1,3)

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