Friday, October 4, 2013

Kerrits Fall 2013: Who cares if it's flattering

If the Gersemi shirt I highlighted recently is wise from the standpoint of looking good,  this is the shirt you buy in spite of how it makes you look. Don't get me wrong -- I love it -- but this pattern'll leave an imprint on your retina, and it will almost certainly scare the horses.  It isn't about how it flatters me, it's how it will look on Riley, when I'm riding him. I'm willing to take a hit for the overall picture. At $59 it is "typically priced" for a riding shirt. From Kerrits -- see the Kerrits catalog for details.


  1. I've always shied away from these loud patterned shirts, even though I love everything Kerrits. At a recent ride, I saw a girl wearing one similar to this and was surprised at how un-assuming it was in person.

  2. This reminds me of the ugly prints popular back in the hippie era--psychedelic and ... ew. I did a lot of sewing back then and the ONLY good thing I could say about something like this was, you didn't have to worry about matching the plaid (or print or swirl or ... ). It's just not my thing. Sorry.


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