Would You Wear Jodhpurs?

Odd words from Hilary Alexander, the madly fun and shard-sharp editor of the London Telegraph: "Jodhpur mania has set in," to the point of wait list
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Odd words from Hilary Alexander, the madly fun and shard-sharp editor of the London Telegraph: "Jodhpur mania has set in," to the point of wait list
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Odd words from Hilary Alexander, the madly fun and shard-sharp editor of the London Telegraph: "Jodhpur mania has set in," to the point of wait lists at Harrod's and Browns. Jodhpurs are those crazy little pants that taper at the knee and then poof. They're a staple of the equestrian uniform, but Hilary's seeing them on the streets, not the stables. Balenciaga had an odd khaki pair on their Fall '07 runway; now Hilary says they're at Miss Sixty and The Gap. And though some British trends never fully catch light in America (maxi dresses, pageboy caps, The Klaxons), we're still a little curious, and even a little alarmed: Would you wear jodhpurs out of the barn?