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  • Top Tips

    • Stay true to the heritage of riding boots by opting for flat soles and a knee-high length in good-quality leather. 
    • While minimal styles are both enduring and versatile, a discreet buckle or horsebit detailing adds timeless embellishment. 
    • A riding boot is a foundation piece, so stick to classic colourways: black, brown or tan. 

    Riding Boots

    You don’t need a horse to justify a pair of riding boots. The classic equestrian style is one of the most timeless to have in your winter-boot repertoire. In fact, so enduring is the silhouette, it has barely altered from its military origins and looks just as chic today as it did when worn with a navy blazer and straight jeans by Princess Diana in the ’80s. Add to your winter layers for functional ease and instant polish. 

    Edited by Florence Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • When wearing riding boots with trousers, opt for a slim or skinny leg that can easily be tucked in. 
    • Layer over tights and use a long boot to make a shorter hem length winter-ready. 
    • As we move into spring, wear your riding boots under lighter-weight midis and trench coats as an effortless transeasonal outfit. 



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