Why Toggi are the Best Equestrian Boots

When looking for the best in equestrian supplies then many people in the know look no further than Toggi. Toggi is an outdoor and equestrian clothing brand which has grown dramatically in popularity since it began creating their range of equestrian wear. The brand always strives to produce hard wearing and comfortable clothing that can be worn in all weathers and outdoor condition, therefore it is no wonder it has become a favourite amongst equestrian sport lovers.

It is the craftsmanship of the brands clothing and apparel that has made Toggi what it is today and allowed their equestrian clothing range to become a firm favourite with horse riding enthusiasts. Their Toggi riding boots such as the ones available from Cross Country Style are ideal for equestrian sports.

Toggi offers horse and country lovers a wide range of brand new designs in their current collection of equestrian clothing and outdoor wear.  The Toggi clothing collection is continuously growing to give its customers something stylish, new and different. With such a wide range of Toggi outdoor clothing and Toggi equestrian clothing to choose from.

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Get the classic country style look

With the SS13 fashion weeks out of the way we can see that a style which has become very popular in recent years, the country style looks. Many equestrian inspired and country inspired materials and designs have made it down the catwalk during the London, New York, Pairs and Milan catwalks.

What have these catwalk taught us then? What are the best country looks and how do we go about creating them? There are a few rules you should stick to when going for the classic country style look. Firstly keep to a soft, neutral colour palette propels you into the luxury zone. Choose a cream blouse or navy coat, they are much more flattering and country looking than stark black and white.

When you want a casual weekend look, work around a stylish gilet. Make it sheepskin and you've got the big fashion look at the moment. A gilet cleverly pulls separates together to give you endless variation. Whether it’s a gilet or a coat faux fur, sheepskin, leather and suede are all major players for the country-meets-city look this season. Try mixing textures together and keep accessories to a minimum to not overpower your look.

The catwalks were also full of prints this season, which is great as these prints create a fantastic country look. If you love prints, then the choice is yours. From tiny traditional paisleys to punchy dramatic animal prints, they're a powerful addition to any winter wardrobe. Tone a bold-printed dress down with a long, chunky knit for that great in-between weather look.

Victoria Beckham has definitely brought back the trouser suit for women; a well fitted tweed suit is just about the most useful outfit in anyone's wardrobe. It's worth making a major investment in a tweed suit to get great style and cut. Wear the jacket with jeans for a dress-down day.

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Designer Fashion goes green!

New York Fashion Week has displayed a huge range of the shade of green. It seems more and more designers are getting that earthy feeling and making fashion come to life by using the colours of nature. But, the colour green that these designers are using isn’t just a random colour choice; it is also a fashion statement that reflects a deeper trend within the industry.

More and more, the fashion world has started to incorporate ethical concerns into their brand identity, making eco-chic a mainstream and readily available consumer product. Perhaps the most important reason for green's growth throughout the fashion scene is a deliberate shift toward presenting sustainable fashion as not separate and unique, but simply fashion at its best. Women’s Country Clothing and men’s country clothing alike have taken the world by storm.  

There are many reasons for the eco friendly change happening in fashion recently which have been displayed at Fashion Week itself.

Designer Stella McCartney and prominent influencers such as Livia Firth and Vogue have long promoted the integration of sustainability into luxury style. American Apparel and Footwear Association Maverick Award-winning designer Yeohlee Teng have made local, zero-waste production an invisible but omnipresent part of her signature style, from using manufacturers in New York's Garment District to reusing pins from her studio floor. The same goes for Diane von Furstenburg and the Council of Fashion Designers of America, who have helped mainstream green design through the CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge. One of the designers to win the inaugural award, Maria Cornejo, quietly uses environmentally friendly materials in her signature line, which has been worn by First Lady Michelle Obama -- without a single mention of kale.

 

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