The Maryland Equestrian

I became aware of the blog The Maryland Equestrian sometime ago on Instagram. While there are many bloggers out there covering the equestrian space, Laurie Berglie's content always seems fresh and playful. I'm very fortunate to have her cover my brand below in a recent blog post, checkout her write-up below and give her blog a follow!

-LRS

Logan Richard

Jan 27, 2016 | Category: Fashion
 

Classic New England Prep

As you know from this blog, I love all things equestrian and preppy. Not surprisingly, I also love dogs. Logan Richard is a company that blends all three together. Here’s his story.

“The concept for Logan Richard was born in 2011, when I had one of my favorite neckties sewn onto a leather belt the summer of my first year in college. I set out the next day searching thrift stores around Cape Cod to find more ties that I felt embodied the handcrafted feel anddistinctive style of New England. Looking to bring back that sense of quality, Logan Richard incorporates necktie silk in a line of one-of-a-kind belts. Since then, the line has grown to include matching dog collars and leashes. We source American, equestrian-grade leather and the finest woven silk from a 17th century mill. Each product is hand-sewn right here in Burlington, VT.”

I recently ordered a new collar for my German Shepherd, Izzie, and I was blown away by this product! The collar was made with durable leather and the woven-silk pattern defines my favorite style: classic and preppy. I chose the burgundy and white repp stripe collar for my four-legged princess. It arrived right before her birthday, and she was thrilled with it!

To learn more about this up-and-coming company, please visit their site atwww.loganrichard.com. You can also find them on Instagram @loganricharddogs.

The Burgundy and White Repp Stripe Belt designed by Logan Richard.  

The Burgundy and White Repp Stripe Belt designed by Logan Richard.

 

Ozzy pup sporting the new Green and White Repp Stripe Collar designed by Logan Richard. 

Ozzy pup sporting the new Green and White Repp Stripe Collar designed by Logan Richard. 



Source: http://www.themarylandequestrian.com/?p=26...