Stable to Street: Goode Rider Vogue Jean Breeches

Goode Rider Vogue Jean Breeches (Front)

Sometimes you have to go somewhere straight from the barn. But that’s okay. In these situations, the Goode Rider Vogue Jean is just what you need. Perfect for on-the-go riders, these denim breeches are pseudo jeans. Details like pockets and a stitched zipper fly help you transition from the barn to the city and back.

Why Do We Love the Vogue Jean Breeches?

With a composition of specially twisted yarns for super stretch and soft velvet feel, the Vogue Jean is as comfy in the saddle as it is out. Featuring a double-button closure, the custom-fit stretch waistband is comfortable on every body.  Although the sleek mid-rise fit is sexy, it does not sacrifice coverage. Delicate, subtly equestrian whip embroidery on the back pockets alludes to your equestrian activities without broadcasting it. Meanwhile, the discreet knee patches match the denim fabric, blending in to appear like true skinny jeans. Plus, the breeches are available in both regular and long styles, so you’re never caught with high waters when you swap your field boots for sandals.

How Do You Pair the Vogue Jean Breeches?

These incredibly flattering breeches pair perfectly with a cute tee for that post-ride errand. For days that involve post-riding errands, pair our Charcoal Denim with a deep burgundy riding top (we might recommend the Long Sleeve Ideal Show Shirt in burgundy or gunmetal link). However, for more lengthy after-barn activities like lunch or drinks, the Blue/Black Denim breeches are ideal. Simply swap out your riding shirt for your favorite top when you leave the barn. Dress things up with a nice sweater and statement necklace for more sophisticated occasions.

No matter what you wear them with, the Vogue Jean breeches are simply destined to become a favorite piece—wherever you’re headed.

Stay tuned for the next installment of our “Stable to Street” series featuring our favorite products that transition effortlessly throughout your life.

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