Cavalleria Toscana – Our top picks from the new collection!

Posted April 29th 2020

Cavalleria Toscana have pulled out all the stops with their new collection, so we thought we’d take you through some of the pieces we love the most!

We know a lot of you are absolutely gutted that shows have currently been cancelled, but we think the next best thing is updating your competition wardrobe. Not only that, there’s also some gorgeous casual pieces to add to your wardrobe, so what’s not to love?

Plus, we’ve decided to cheer you up by taking 10% off all our Cavalleria Toscana collection, so now really is a great time to treat yourself.

Now, let get onto our favourite pieces from the new season…

Cavalleria Toscana Blue Tech Knit Zip Ladies Show Jacket

Tech Knit Zip Show Jacket - Blue, Was £511.50 NOW £459.99

Looking to add a statement piece to your competition outfit? If so, the Cavalleria Toscana Tech Knit Zip Competition Jacket in this beautiful vibrant navy hue is the ideal way.

Providing the perfect combination of elegance and technology, this show jacket has been superbly designed to make you look and feel your very best in the competition arena.

The front fastening consists of a zip covered by three branded press stud buttons, whilst the signature Cavalleria Toscana logo in silver mesh on the left sleeve completes the look.

Cavalleria Toscana Teal Pleated Jersey Short-Sleeve Show Shirt

Pleated Jersey Short-Sleeve Show Shirt – Teal, Was £169.00 NOW £151.99

Another one of our favourites is the stunning Cavalleria Toscana Pleated Show Shirt in an eye-catching Teal hue – we think you’ll agree when we say it’s absolutely beautiful!

This equestrian competition shirt has a white front panel featuring attractive pleated detail that adds a touch of pretty elegance to your outfit.

It fastens with a row of hidden front buttons, and is flawlessly finished with the iconic Cavalleria Toscana logo embroidered in grey on the collar.

Cavalleria Toscana Ladies Light Grey American Breeches with Logo Tape

American Breeches with Logo Tape - Light Grey, Was £262.50 NOW £235.99

One of the hottest new trends for show jumping is grey breeches, and the Cavalleria Toscana American Breeches in Light Grey are the perfect way to embrace the look.

These breeches are made from a traditional breech fabric that is stretchy, breathable and quick-drying, and feature a flattering high waist with two branded fasteners.

They are finished with the stunning details that make Cavalleria Toscana famous, such as branded lettering detail in white tape on the thigh and the CT logo on the back.

Cavalleria Toscana Ladies Light Grey Sheer Side Show Shirt

Sheer Side Show Shirt - Light Grey, Was £161.50 NOW £144.99

Get a daringly different look with the stunning Cavalleria Toscana Sheer Side Show Shirt in on trend Light Grey – it’s perfect for riders who want a fashion-forward look!

This equestrian competition shirt features a sheer ribbed panel down each side, which adds a really fashionable twist to your equestrian outfit.

The pearl-effect front buttons add a further stylish detailing, whilst the Cavalleria Toscana embroidered logo finishes the shirt in an iconic way.

Cavalleria Toscana Ladies Navy Embossed Jersey Softshell Jacket

Embossed Jersey Softshell Jacket – Navy, Was £289.00 NOW £259.99

We said Cavalleria Toscana hadn’t just stopped at competition wear, and we are completely in love with this Embossed Jersey Navy Softshell Jacket.

The body is made from a bi-stretch jersey softshell fabric that is water-repellent, breathable and anti-bacterial to keep you feeling fresh all day long at the yard.

But it's the little details that make this casual riding jacket really stand out, including a full length water-resistant zip with a metal branded zip pull.

The collection doesn’t just stop there, so if you are in love with what you’ve seen so far, then you definitely don’t want to miss the rest of the spring summer pieces!

Availability and prices correct at time of publishing.

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