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1890's   The hour-glass silhouette of the 1890’s was interpreted for riding in this black wool habit by L.P. Hollander & Co. of Boston, MA. The closely fitted jacket buttons high, its shape insured by eleven stays. A complicated double-knee-pocket riding skirt was designed to fit smoothly over the upper pommel of a sidesaddle yet hang with a level hem. The extra length of skirt, or train, is carried in the left hand for mounting or swagged behind and buttoned up on the right hip for walking.

1890's The hour-glass silhouette of the 1890’s was interpreted for riding in this black wool habit by L.P. Hollander & Co. of Boston, MA. The closely fitted jacket buttons high, its shape insured by eleven stays. A complicated double-knee-pocket riding skirt was designed to fit smoothly over the upper pommel of a sidesaddle yet hang with a level hem. The extra length of skirt, or train, is carried in the left hand for mounting or swagged behind and buttoned up on the right hip for walking.

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