Fashion News Category

Go View the May Fashion Issue of GoMag Online Now

GoHorseShow has always had a passion for fashion, and for the fourth consecutive year, the month of May is Fashion Month at GoHorseShow. Fashion Month celebrates everything that makes people and horses look great, both in and out of the show pen. Throughout the month of May, watch for fashion-forward content and we kick off […]

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Finishing Touches: Accessorizing in the Show Pen

Just like celebrities rely on accessories to complete their red carpet looks, accessories in the show pen play an important role when it comes to completing a show outfit. Over the years, we have seen some of the trends change, for example women are no longer wearing rhinestone encrusted button covers and hat styles have […]

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Hats Off To You: 2017 Hat Trends with Shorty

During the 2017 AQHA Nutrena East Level One Championships in Raleigh, North Carolina, GoHorseShow was given the opportunity to speak with Shorty Koger, owner of Shorty’s Caboy Hattery. Shorty gave us the inside scoop on the most popular and current western cowboy hat trends. These one-of-a-kind cowboy hats are being seen in various show arenas all over […]

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The Consignment Route: Tips on Putting Together a Winning Outfit on a Budget

Finding the perfect show outfit can be difficult, especially if you are on a budget. As many exhibitors know, the horse show industry can be challenging when it comes to being budget friendly. Purchasing gorgeous and unique showpieces without spending thousands of dollars seems impossible, but it can be done. Consignment stores offer gently used, […]

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Harris Leather and Silverworks Leads Branding Lecture

The Harris family of Harris Leather and Silverworks presented a short lecture on branding to an over-capacity crowd during the Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Business Before Hours Breakfast. Several people stood in the hall listening, so as to not pass fire capacity limits in the meeting room, as Phil Harris introduced those assembled to […]

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We Ask The Industry: What are Your Favorite Show Ring Fashion Trends?

Horse show fashion trends are constantly evolving in the show pen. Bolero vests, two tone saddles, classic button-up shirts, the list goes on and on. There are often sentimental attachments to show clothing, whether it be a hunt coat, a pair of chaps, or even just a well-made hat. Show clothes give an exhibitor confidence […]

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April GoMag Level 1 Championships Issue Online Now

Spring is heating up and so is this month’s issue of GoMag.  The April Level 1 Championships Issue of GoMag is hot, hot, hot! As the weather and competition at the shows this spring start to sizzle, GoMag is here to showcase the hottest horses, breeders, owners, trainers, exhibitors and businesses in the horse industry. […]

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Youth Competitor, Alyvia Dixon, Honors Fallen Police Officer with Heartwarming ‘Thin Blue Line’ Show Jacket

As youth exhibitors enter the show pen, it’s easy to pick out the horse show moms and dads on the rail. If the grooming totes and dirty rags don’t give them away, the unmistakable look in their eyes does – it’s one of anticipation, nervousness, and most of all, pride. That’s exactly the look you’ll […]

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March GoMag Spring Shows Issue Now Online

Spring is in the air and the March issue of GoMag is a celebration of all things spring. While many people celebrate Spring Break, St. Patrick’s Day or college basketball’s March Madness, in the horse world we celebrate breeding season, babies being born and being able to show at some of the biggest events of […]

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Sun Circuit Show Ring Fashion: What’s Everyone Wearing This Year?

If someone brought fashion designer Olivier Rousteing, Balmain’s Creative Director, to the 2017 Arizona Sun Circuit, he would be right in his element. Bold patterns, pitch black contrasting fresh neutrals, precise detailing, pops of color and convertible tops are at the forefront of today’s show ring style. Just when you thought contouring was only for […]

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