Grey wool riding habit, by A.F. Miller, American (New York), ca. 1918.

Woman's Riding Habit (jacket, blouse, and skirt), circa gray wool made by A. Miller, New York.

Navy blue Riding habit with elaborate gold frogging, gold braid covered buttons, white shirt with high collar frill, and frill at wrists; gloves; satin ribbon around wrist dangling hunting whistle. Detail from Portrait of a Young Woman of the Fortesque Family of Devon, c.1745, by Thomas Hudson.

Navy blue Riding habit with elaborate gold frogging, gold braid covered buttons, white shirt with high collar frill, and frill at wrists; satin ribbon around wrist dangling hunting whistle.

Riding habit jacket by John Redfern & Sons

Riding habit jacket

From the V: Riding habit jacket Place of origin: England, Britain (made) (made) Artist/Maker: Messrs Redfern and Co. (designer and maker) Materials and Techniques: Flannel trimmed with mohair, and lined with sateen

1809 riding habit in the style of Königin Luise von Preußen

1809 riding habit in the style of Königin Luise von Preußen

Before the automobile - Regency riding habit. This riding habit was heavily influenced by the two portraits Wilhelm Ternite painted of Queen Louise of Prussia in

heracliteanfire:  Ladies in riding habits, c 1900

Princess Hermine Reuss of Luxembourg with her daughters Caroline and Emma, ca. 1900 in Edwardian Era riding habits.

Circa 1900-1915 Three-Piece Riding Habit: tailored jacket, wide jodhpurs, and apron skirt. Labeled: "John Campion, Habit Maker and Ladies Tailor, 8 Clifford Street, W1" and stamped "Mrs. Milward."  Sold at auction for $3,800.

Three-Piece Riding Habit: ca. comprising tailored jacket, wide jodhpurs and apron skirt. Labelled 'John Campion, Habit Maker and Ladies Tailor, 8 Clifford Street, and stamped 'Mrs Milward.

fripperiesandfobs:  Riding habit ca. 1837-40 From the exhibition “A Century of Style: Costume and Colour 1800-1899″ at Glasgow Museums

fripperiesandfobs: “ Riding habit ca. From the exhibition “A Century of Style: Costume and Colour at Glasgow Museums ”

Riding habit, circa 1825.  From the Rijks Museum.

ornamentedbeing: “ Rok (b) van donkergroen laken, slepend en met veel extra ruimte voor het rijden met een dameszadel, anoniem, ca. 1825 (www.nl) I’m not sure I believe the date but I’ll go with it. Museums have so much on their hands, I.

1885 riding habit in wool.  Steampunk inspiration

1885 Riding Habit – tutorial

1885 riding habit in wool. Beautiful braiding on the backside Lovely details to use on military style riding habit

amazing detail for a draped skirt (and lovely hints of the seaming on the upper skirt portion, too, in this photo, as well as lining) Green Riding Habit, circa 1875, American (detail)

amazing detail for a draped skirt (and lovely hints of the seaming on the upper skirt portion, too, in this photo, as well as lining) Green Riding Habit, circa American (detail) Mehr

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