The Equiline SS17 collection is due in store within the next couple of weeks, and it promises to stun with gorgeous materials and colours.

Jackets and gillets

The beautiful Alma padded jacket is water resistant and made from Eco-Duvet filling.

Available in both a deep luscious Blue or gold like Desert Dusk

Its partner, the Olivia Gillet is equally as stunning and comes in the same colours.

Complete with with subtile logos on the front chest, both the gillet and jacket have stretch fabric under the arms and on the hips to accentuate the fit.

Breeches

Denim is certainly making an appearance in the Summer and indeed the Winter collections of a number of brands. The Ginger is a particularly stylish Equiline take on the concept. They really do look like jeans, but with all the usual lovely Equiline detail and fabrics.

High waisted aficionados are catered for by the dressage breeches known as Augusta. Made from Schoeller stain resistant fabric they sport the latest in degrade full grip design.

Micro studs and rhinestone details complete the look across the back and also the front pockets.

Available in White, Black and Desert Dusk.

Show Shirts

The beautiful detailing on the Equiline show shirts is something they have become famous for and this seasons collection does not disappoint. The beautiful short sleeved Becka and Aura both hit the market at well below £100.

Both from stock in White versions.

Casual

Gorgeous T-Shirts and super smart hoodies for the summer aplenty and nothing better to complete the summer casual look with the Denim breeches.

The Juliette hooded top is a super combination of fabrics; plain jersey and braid embossed hood and sleeves. The look is completed with the iconic triple headed horses logo.

This Lori t-shirt (left) is one of the most stunning garments we have seen and the detailing on it is exquisite. When you see it in the flesh you will appreciate the work that has gone into crafting it.

Available in White, Black and Blue.

Expect the collection to hit stores by mid March.

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Rob is a director of Equitain and also Kingswood Equestrian Centre. As a Medical Biochemist he takes an interest in all aspects of performance of the horse from a nutritional and saddlery perspective. Areas of speciality : Nutrition, Bitting, Saddlery

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