Red Hills Fashion Trends: The Tucked-In Tie

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A trend from the 1940’s is making its way back into horse-show fashion. Spotted at the Red Hills International Horse Trials, many a rugged, yet fashion-forward, man are donning a tucked-in tie and sport shirt combination. This looks good, but it also makes sense. Roll up your sleeves, and don’t be afraid to get dirty. A little bit of dust and grime won’t do a thing to undermine the look. If anything, dirt and horse saliva contribute a sense of authenticity. Add a flat cap to complete the ensemble.

There’s no excuse not not be both handsome and handy.

Thank you to Rick Wallace and Briggs Surratt of Team Wallace Eventing for sharing their fashion sense. Do you have a horse show fashion tip? Email your suggestions to the@horsehubby.com

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