Street Style with Botori

Botori‘s Taylor riding tight is just about as comfortable as any legging/breech/pant can get, which is why I like to incorporate them into my streetwear wardrobe as much as I can. I have them in black with sable patch which has since sold out, but their new fall collection features a similar color, black with leather patch. Below I’ll show you different ways to style this particular tight for fall, so you can go from the barn to work or lunch with friends with ease.

Stay comfy chic in a beige oversized knit sweater, which balances the color of the knee patch. Black suede ankle boots and a drawstring bag keep the look soft without looking sloppy.

1) H&M Knit Sweater in Beige Melange 2) Madewell Small Drawstring Transport Crossbody Bag in True Black 3) Steve Madden Dover Chelsea Boot in Black Suede 4) Botori Riding Tight in Black/Leather

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Channel your inner rocker girl with a band tee, denim jacket, and some classic vans. Who said equestrian style had to be preppy?

1) Madewell Denim Jacket 2) The Rolling Stones Vintage Style Tee 3) Vans Old Skool Shoes in Black 4) Rebecca Minkoff Micro Regan Satchel 5) Botori Riding Tight in Black/Leather

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Look professional at work while exuding equestrian style. Earth-toned plaids pair well with the tan patch of the legging, and a feminine blouse makes for an elegant look.

1) Treasure & Bond Plaid Double Breasted Blazer 2) Rebecca Minkoff Leo Wristlet in Black 3) Frame Tie Neck Silk Blouse 4) Sam Edelman Hilty Bootie in Black Suede 5) Botori Riding Tight in Black/LeatherUntitled design0).jpg

Comment below what you’d pair these riding tights with and your favorite look from above!

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