Styling Konia Equestrian's Anya Jacket

Styling Konia Equestrian's Anya Jacket

Ever since winter arrived, I’ve been wearing my Konia Equestrian’s Anya Jacket non-stop. Here are just a few ways I style it at the barn and in the city!

Look 1

The perfect lazy day outfit that transitions you from fall to winter. I paired my jacket with a cozy sweatshirt and ribbed black leggings. Ontario weather can be unpredictable at times, so I find layering is the best option. For this outfit, I simply added a white t-shirt underneath the sweatshirt and finished the outfit with a pair of white sneakers.


Look 2

The moss green looks great with black, but it also goes hand in hand with neutrals too! I’m wearing an oversized cream sweater, ribbed leggings, and a taupe belt. Lastly, I tied it all together with tall winter boots. This outfit will keep you cozy throughout your ride or in the city.

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Look 3

This is pretty much my every day rootd, because of how comfortable it is! My three favourite products all in one outfit, my white bit t-shirt and beige breeches. The suede detailing on the jacket matches the shade of my beige breeches perfectly, while the white is crisp and clean. This jacket is designed to withstand temperatures as low as -20°C/-4°F, so I often wear a t-shirt while riding because of how warm it keeps me.

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Look 4

The last outfit is perfect for Sunday brunch or for me, church! I paired my jacket with a grey turtleneck, ribbed black leggings, and a taupe belt. Lastly, I added my winter boots. Being able to play around with a neutral palette during the winter months has been uplifting! I always find myself wearing shades of navy and black which is dark (and can get a bit boring). With this being said, I definitely stepped out of my comfort zone by lightening my wardrobe and I hope I can encourage you to do the same!

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