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Elisabeth Christine de Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel impératrice d'Autriche

Elisabeth Christine de Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel impératrice d'Autriche

During the Victorian era  riding habits tended to follow fashion of the day, but unlike the day clothes of the time, riding habits were sombre in colour (earth colors like blue, green brown and also black) with little trim - any colour or trim was seen in the utmost of bad taste.

During the Victorian era riding habits tended to follow fashion of the day, but unlike the day clothes of the time, riding habits were sombre in colour (earth colors like blue, green brown and also black) with little trim - any colour or trim was seen in the utmost of bad taste.

les écuyers de l'histoire :: LE COSTUME D'AMAZONES à travers les siècles

les écuyers de l'histoire :: LE COSTUME D'AMAZONES à travers les siècles

Henrietta Cavendish Holles (1694–1755), Countess of Oxford by Godfrey Kneller,1714

Henrietta Cavendish Holles (1694–1755), Countess of Oxford by Godfrey Kneller,1714

Portrait of a Lady wearing a riding habit by an artist of the French School, c. early 18th c.

Portrait of a Lady wearing a riding habit by an artist of the French School, c. early 18th c.

1690s- Maria-Anna of Neuburg, Queen of Spain by Robert Gabriel Gence

1690s- Maria-Anna of Neuburg, Queen of Spain by Robert Gabriel Gence

Magasin des Modes, 1787:  The Redingote, named for "Riding Coat," was inspired by men's fashion, and included collars, button fronts or cutaway fronts wor...

Magasin des Modes, 1787: The Redingote, named for "Riding Coat," was inspired by men's fashion, and included collars, button fronts or cutaway fronts wor...

ca. 1758 Maria Antonia of Fürstenberg, daughter of Josef Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Hechingen by Franz Josef Weiss

ca. 1758 Maria Antonia of Fürstenberg, daughter of Josef Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Hechingen by Franz Josef Weiss

Lady in a Riding Dress, print by John Faber the Younger, the British Museum, 1710-56.  That looks like a jockey cap!

Lady in a Riding Dress, print by John Faber the Younger, the British Museum, 1710-56. That looks like a jockey cap!

Elizabeth Cahrlotte d'Orleans,Duchesse de Lorraine by Jean-Baptiste Martin,c.1710-15 how rare is it for a woman to be portrayed in a "action shot" while riding - a truly exciting rendering

Elizabeth Cahrlotte d'Orleans,Duchesse de Lorraine by Jean-Baptiste Martin,c.1710-15 how rare is it for a woman to be portrayed in a "action shot" while riding - a truly exciting rendering

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