Riding breeches

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Riding breeches are trousers worn for horse riding.

Riding breeches are normally white, fawn or black in colour. Those for women are often tight over the bottom, providing a popular fetish. They are often worn with knee-length black shiny boots, themselves a fetish.

A well-known illustration of this fetish is the cover of Jilly Cooper's Riders, which depicts a woman's bottom in tight white breeches being caressed by a man's hand.

They are often called jodhpurs, from the town of Jodhpur in India. However, jodhpurs are only one type, and they are baggy above the knee but tight-fitting below the knee.

Someone may wear such breeches for authenticity while controlling someone in pony play.

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