Women's Riding Outfits in the Early 18th Century

Women’s Riding Outfits in the Early 18th Century

RARE Tintype Photo Bicycle enthusiasts Two Wild Women Riding Outfits Hats C1890s | eBay

RARE Tintype Photo Bicycle enthusiasts Two Wild Women Riding Outfits Hats C1890s | eBay

1885-86 Woman's Riding Outfit. Jacket of flannel trimmed with mohair and lined…

Riding habit jacket

Women's riding Coat, 1750-59. Image V museum

Women’s Riding Outfits in the Early 18th Century

Annette Carrion, atop her Kawasaki Ninja, proves that flattering and protective gear for women does exist. Annette is a contributing author to Motorcyclist Magazine and lives in Los Angeles, CA. (via Moto Lady)

Annette Carrion, atop her Kawasaki Ninja, proves that flattering and protective gear for women does exist. Annette is a contributing author to Motorcyclist Magazine and lives in Los Angeles, CA. (via Moto Lady)

Back of a woman's riding outfit, Waistcoat, England 1790-1795. (back lacing keeps it snug over stays and fitting nicely under a closely tailored coat)

Back of a woman's riding outfit, Waistcoat, England 1790-1795. (back lacing keeps it snug over stays and fitting nicely under a closely tailored coat)

British riding habit: 1750-59: Women’s riding outfits, known as ‘riding habits’, of the 18th century adapted elements of men’s dress. This jacket of the 1750s is styled after a man’s coat, although it has been modified with a waist seam to fit over stays and a wide petticoat.

Jacket

British riding habit: 1750-59: Women’s riding outfits, known as ‘riding habits’, of the 18th century adapted elements of men’s dress. This jacket of the 1750s is styled after a man’s coat, although it has been modified with a waist seam to fit over stays and a wide petticoat.

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