1. Rose Gold Aviators – Rayban
2. Joules Wensley Scarf Belinda Horse
3. River Island – Old Purchase…!!
4. Mackenzie & George Belton Belt in Chocolate
5. River Island – Boyfriend Shorts (Can’t find them on their website, but here’s a link to something similar!)
6. Converse – Low Top in a Raspberry Red Colour
New belt brought from the Mackenzie and George stand. This was one of my first purchases and was high on my shopping list for Badminton! They were doing personalisation at the stand too which was amazing. I have worn this belt everyday since and I totally love it!
Hi Ho Silver presented the official Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trails Jewellery Collection and wasn’t it beautiful. Their stand really was beautifully put together, it was a joy to look around. I purchased a subtle horsey accessory; their sterling silver snaffle earrings and I love them. They are a beautiful everyday accessory without being too ‘in your face horsey’, if you know what I mean…!!
Of course I had to pay the Fairfax and Favor stand a visit…!! If you read my recent review post on the Regina boots, you will know I was after some new tassels. With the help from Laura, who has an excellent eye for fashion, I came away with these teal tassels.
Lastly, I managed to get a complete show bargain with these Roeckl riding gloves. You’ll probably already know that I really rate these gloves, they’re all I wear and I wouldn’t ride without them! These are a part of their summer collection – I rode in them this morning and they were super!!
Finally, the obligatory Badminton House Selfie…!!
I hope you enjoyed this slightly different style post – less of me blabbering on and more photos to look at! I had the most amazing day at Badminton Horse Trials for the Cross Country day this Saturday. We were totally blessed with lovely warm weather (although I am sure the horses weren’t feeling quite as lucky), we were all shorts and sunglasses for the day. Plenty of browsing (and buying) at the stands and a full afternoon of course walking; it’s quite something to see the professionals jumping those fences up close, they are even more daunting in real life. Until next year, Badminton.