18th Century Ridng Habit Shirt with Cravat and Neck Stock
Since a ladies riding habit is based on a man's garment, the habit was worn with a shirt resembling a man's. Similar to a man's shirt, the woman's shirt could have a stand up collar and worn with a stock. But women could also choose to wear their shirt with a neck cloth and ruffled collars. This shirt was also worn in the 1780s as the redingote became fashionable.
Includes all sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Made in the USA.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 December, 2016.