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Eight Equestrian-Inspired Pieces to Celebrate Hermès' SF Expansion

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In an effort to capture more of the U.S. market, Hermés is investing in new stores and renovating old ones across the country. According to WWD, a second SF store is in the works. The brand that began as a horse tack manufacturer continues the equestrian tradition today, making some of the most expensive saddles and bridles on the market, in addition to riding attire and accessories. News of more Hermés shops among us soon makes us want to add some horsey flavor to our fall wardrobe. Equestrian fashion is timeless. You'll find yourself reaching for these staples each year when the weather turns crisp and triggers an intrinsic desire for tweeds and black boots.
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