hacking jacket


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hacking jacket

or

hacking coat

n
(Clothing & Fashion) chiefly Brit a riding jacket with side or back vents and slanting pockets
Translations

hacking jacket

[ˈhækɪng,dʒækɪt] Nchaqueta f de montar, saco m de montar (LAm)

hacking jacket

nSportsakko m or nt; (for riding) → Reitjacke f

hacking jacket

ngiacca da equitazione
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This showed the writer in the mid '50s, dressed in immaculate jodhpurs and hacking jacket, accompanying Princess Margaret on an afternoon ride outside Rome.
He joined the racing syndicate last year and turned up in the parade ring at Musselburgh in hacking jacket, brown titfer and canary yellow waistcoat.
THIS H by Henry Holland owl jumper is a hoot, PS38, modelled by 20-year-old Imogen Callender, of Stockton, with H by Henry Holland hacking jacket, PS49, and Red Herring bag, PS35, all from Debenhams.
At the forefront of UK fashion for the past decade, the leading British designer is renowned for her signature tweed coats and blazers, ranging from her sculpted Hacking Jacket to her lean, elegant Opera Coat.
Dyer and finisher WT Johnson has given a technological twist to the iconic Harris Tweed hacking jacket worn by Sean Connery in the 1964 Bond movie Goldfinger.
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There's even the traditional tweed hacking jacket - like the one Madonna sported - proving there's no need to be a monied lady to look like one.
Of course, we have seen her in trousers before but that's usually in jodhpurs and hacking jacket and is far less glamorous.
Wearing a smart hacking jacket and corduroys, he asked that his pretty wife and their children, all under five, be left alone.
Hacking jacket (also called riding coat) - It's longer than a regular suit coat and hides thunder thighs while accenting a small waist.
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Launched into Newman lecture on why Britain is going to the dogs: "Once upon a time English heroes were mountaineers who could knock off a Himalayan peak dressed in a Harris tweed hacking jacket and necktie and engineers who could throw a railway over the Gobi desert before teatime.