Riding Outfit of the Day (rootd): Winter Hack

Winter Hack.

Today I’ll be sharing with you what I wear on my winter hacks to stay cozy.

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This look features the beautiful Redingote Jumpsuit. This piece is not only fabulous but also functional! Redingote has incorporated so many functional yet subtle features into the jumpsuit. One of my favourites, I haven’t seen anyone else incorporate before, are magnet closures on the zipper cover. All the snaps, clasps, and velcro are replaced with flush strong magnets. The leg has a boot-cut fit for, well, boots! It also features a leg zipper for convenient access to your boots. The zipper spans from your knee all the way to your heel, perfect for putting your tall boots on and taking them off. The interior is just as beautiful as the exterior. With a gorgeous bright yellow liner is guaranteed to make your day a little brighter! This navy jumpsuit also comes in an ice blue.

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Let’s dive into what I’m wearing under the jumpsuit! Because this suit insulates your body heat, I only wore a tank-top and thin(ish) sweater! On my bottom I sported a pair of black breeches, Foot Huggies socks, and winter boots. I love wearing technical tops because of the ventilation feature, so why should that be any different with our socks? Foot Huggies has created a remarkable sock that allows ventilation without sacrificing comfort. These adorable “equestrian” socks (and all their socks) have extra padding along the bottom of your foot and heel which helps prevent rubbing. The rest of the sock is very breathable and thin. These are by far my favourite tall boot sock, but honestly I wear them everywhere. Lexington is wearing his WoofWear brush boots and a ThinLine bareback pad.

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