The Perfect Summer Outfits

Summertime means fun, flirty clothes with bright colors. There are so many different style options to choose from that it can sometimes become overwhelming. Below are a few of the cutest options for the perfect summer styles.

  1. Long Coral Skirts

Coral is a beautiful color and flatters all skin tones. Pair your coral skirt with a white crop top and gladiator sandals for a fun summer look. Wearing matching coral lipstick will also help to make your outfit seem more put together. You can dress your coral skirt up by pairing it with wedges and jewelry. This item is incredibly versatile and a must have staple piece for summer.

  1. High Waisted Jean Shorts Or Skirts

Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean you can’t wear denim! A pair of high waisted denim shorts look great paired with a cropped t-shirt and sneakers. If you want a more girly look, pair your high waisted denim skirt with a fire engine red racer-front crop top and white platform sandals. The high waisted design makes your legs seem like they go on for miles. This is definitely something you can wear again and again with all kind of different accessories.

  1. Floral Sundresses

These are a must have for any wardrobe. During summer they look great when paired with almost any type of shoe. If it gets a little bit chilly outside, they work perfectly with a denim jacket. They can also be worn in winter with a pair of tights, boots and a warm jacket. Buying a few floral sundresses will change your wardrobe forever. There’s nothing more convenient than just throwing on a dress instead of trying to match a shirt with a skirt. It’s pretty, it’s convenient and it’s versatile. The perfect item.

Safety Tips For Riding Horses

Horseback riding is a very fun activity that has plenty of emotional and health benefits. But like all other sports, there are risks involved. Taking the proper precautions are very important when you go horseback riding.

Firstly, you need to have the right equipment and clothing, regular or plus size riding breeches, saddles, etc. You can’t ride a horse without all of these necessary things.

Don’t ride a difficult horse if you’re a beginner. You always need to consider the personality of the horse before you decide to ride it. If you’re still fairly inexperienced, stick to horses that are very docile and used to beginner mistakes. The last thing you want is to be thrown off an ill-tempered horse.

Horses are very sociable and friendly creatures most of the time, but they will retaliate if they are provoked.  For this reason, do not let children play with horses unattended. Children are naturally curious and will try to pull tails. If they accidentally hurt the horse, the horse might kick them. The horses and the children aren’t to blame in this situation, but rather a lack of supervision. When children do work with horses they should be taught from the very beginning how to act around horses. This includes being soft spoken, moving slowly and not touching it roughly.

Always wear a helmet, no matter how experienced you are. Horses have personalities of their own and if they see something that upsets them, for example a snake or someone distracting them, they might throw you off. When this happens, you definitely want to be wearing a helmet to prevent fatal injuries.

Be aware of your horse’s mood. If your horse seems restless, don’t ride them. Your horse and you should be in a good state of mind before riding.