Woodland Creatures



I spotted these horse statues at Horse Show By the Bay in Traverse City. They are made by artisans using reclaimed drift wood. The family of horses was situated up on a hill next to the Grand Prix ring. They looked almost real from afar, but when they came into focus, you realized they were crafted out of wood. Check out there website at Woodland Creek Furniture.
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Sunday Style

Hip Hip Hooray…I Love Gorgeous makes me smile. I’m wearing a green dress from the Spring collection with Juicy Couture gold sandals. It’s great to be back home after our trip to Michigan. I’ve been busy catching up on my summer reading and playing with my friends. Hope to have a pony update soon….XOXO Z
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Rollingwoods Give Em L

My friend at the barn let me borrow her medium pony to compete with at Horse Show By The Bay. “Gimmie” and I turned out to be a great team which made the horse show even better. My friend from home kept saying, “Gimmie a blue ribbon Gimmie” which worked multiple times. It was really fun riding him for the last two weeks and I’m grateful that I was able to take him to Michigan. I am off to look at small ponies this week. Wish me luck…XO Z
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Sunday Style




My baby sister Lowe brought her favorite Wovenplay Butterfly costume to Michigan and wore it while exploring Sleeping Bear Dunes, Glen Arbor, Leland, and Northport. This picture was taken in Leland at the historic Fishtown area. The costume is light purple and the wings have elastic bands that wrapped around her wrists. She looked adorable floating around from town to town. She is the cutest butterfly girl that I have ever seen.  I have loved every minute of this Michigan trip and can’t wait to share more pictures later this week. XOXO Z
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Dashing Details

Dappled Grey features this post from our kids’ style contributor Zola’s Post.


My Dyer Equestrian show coat is my favorite piece of clothing in my closet. It’s a midnight navy color with a slight polka dot trim at the pocket and a seahorse logo on the sleeve. The coat is made in a cool breathable fabric that has stretch to it which is perfect for jumping.

Dyer Equestrian was started by Erin and LeeAnne. They are both riders who love everything about horses and fashion. They came up with the name Dyer by combining the names of their first horses, Dylan and Ernie. This year at WEF I had the opportunity to meet Erin and LeeAnne. It was exciting to meet my favorite designers and see the Spring Collection! 

Their new show coat has a hot pink ultra suede collar that can be worn down when you are in the Hunter ring and when you are done showing you can pop it up to show of your dashing Dyer design. I immediately tried it on and didn’t take it off all day…It’s a great blazer to add to any outfit outside of the  ring. They also added striped belts to the collection that look amazing with my jodhpurs. The designers studio is located inNYC and everything is made in the USA.






Post Courtesy of Dappled Grey
 

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