byNina Fedrizzi| Mar 17, 2017
Whether you’ve flown South to ride out the winter in a warmer climate or not, most equestrians can agree that layering is the best option when it comes to selecting your schooling apparel this time of the year. Short and form-fitting are almost always the way to go, but high-quality fabrics—be they natural fibers or technology-engineered synthetics—are essential when it comes to maintaining breathability and comfort in the tack.
360Cashmere’s Keilani sweater ($265) is all that and more. Made with soft, 100% ribbed knit cashmere, it’s the ideal spring staple for your riding wardrobe. The flattering crew neckline looks great over a T-shirt or polo, while the cropped cut pairs perfectly with your favorite pair of breeches.
The brainchild of designers Leslie and Bruce Gifford, 360Cashmere was founded in 2009 to offer a fresh, casual-yet-dramatic take on luxury knitwear. They’ve since expanded to include a secondary label, Skull Cashmere, and have earned a devoted following among a new generation of promising equestrians (Annabella Sanchez and Helen Graves are both fans!) thanks to their high-quality, layer-friendly fabrics and contemporary styles.
-Featured image via 360cashmere.com
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