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Riding Habit: Dertz, 1909, American, wool/cotton. "This beautifully made riding habit includes both jodhpurs and a skirt. The riding skirt by this date has become slender and the inclusion of jodhpurs underneath can be seen as a sign of the transition between the modesty of the voluminous 19th century side saddle skirt to the modern riding pants style that would dominate by the 1920s. It marks the end of side saddle riding for women and to the impropriety of jodhpurs and a beginning of a…

Riding Habit: Dertz, 1909, American, wool/cotton. "This beautifully made riding habit includes both jodhpurs and a skirt. The riding skirt by this date has become slender and the inclusion of jodhpurs underneath can be seen as a sign of the transition between the modesty of the voluminous 19th century side saddle skirt to the modern riding pants style that would dominate by the 1920s. It marks the end of side saddle riding for women and to the impropriety of jodhpurs and a beginning of a…

Riding habits often had a skirt draped on one side and jackets similar to mens.  These outfits were function and allowed for movement when riding horses.

Riding habits often had a skirt draped on one side and jackets similar to mens. These outfits were function and allowed for movement when riding horses.

Riding ensemble Date: ca. 1896 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk, cotton, leather Accession Number: 2009.300.640a–g

Riding ensemble Date: ca. 1896 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk, cotton, leather Accession Number: 2009.300.640a–g

Riding habit of cream-color holland (heavy cotton), c. 1810. Probably made for a hot climate. When walking the wearer would tie up the skirt to reduce the length, and then the tapes would be released and the whole of the skirt would be lengthened for riding. The skirt was meant to be long enough to cover the animals knees.

Riding habit of cream-color holland (heavy cotton), c. 1810. Probably made for a hot climate. When walking the wearer would tie up the skirt to reduce the length, and then the tapes would be released and the whole of the skirt would be lengthened for riding. The skirt was meant to be long enough to cover the animals knees.

Riding ensemble Date: ca. 1896 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk, cotton, leather Accession Number: 2009.300.640a–g

Riding ensemble Date: ca. 1896 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk, cotton, leather Accession Number: 2009.300.640a–g

c. 1906 RARE DATED October 16, 1906 Wool Side Saddle Habit with Provenance on Original Label for Mrs. Winslow Clark  Antique Dress - Item for Sale

c. 1906 RARE DATED October 16, 1906 Wool Side Saddle Habit with Provenance on Original Label for Mrs. Winslow Clark Antique Dress - Item for Sale

Lady's Side Saddle Habit, C. 1890, Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC, Lot 203

Lady's Side Saddle Habit, C. 1890, Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC, Lot 203

Riding Habit, Busvines & Co. Paris (French): 1927, British, wool.    Marking: [label] "Busvines, London"

Riding Habit, Busvines & Co. Paris (French): 1927, British, wool. Marking: [label] "Busvines, London"

Woman’s gray-green wool riding habit, early 20th century. Label:  Charles Wm. Davis / Tailor to Royalty / 56 Brook Street W. / Exactly Opposite Claridge’s Hotel / Riding Habits, Tailor Gowns, etc. Charleston Museum

Woman’s gray-green wool riding habit, early 20th century. Label: Charles Wm. Davis / Tailor to Royalty / 56 Brook Street W. / Exactly Opposite Claridge’s Hotel / Riding Habits, Tailor Gowns, etc. Charleston Museum

Riding Habit    Date:      ca. 1920  Culture:      British  Medium:      wool, leather Met Museum

Riding Habit Date: ca. 1920 Culture: British Medium: wool, leather Met Museum

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