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Customer Testimonials

 

Core Collection:

"The Black Bamboo V-Neck has become my go-to for cool evenings around the house, post riding lessons at the barn, and I've even worn it to work for a California business casual look."

 

"I love my bamboo pull over. Its the best addition to any outfit, on or off a horse. You can feel the amount of thought that went into the design."

 

"I just bought one of their jackets while showing in Ohio and I am obsessed! It's cozy, it's cute-I can't wait to get one in another color."

 

"I live in my zip up sweater. I get so many compliments at work (I wear it with my scrubs) and is so comfortable to lounge or ride in. It will be making frequent appearances in my pictures."

 

"So in love with my T.B.E. herringbone bomber! It's so cozy and soft, love the thumb holes, and it's a perfect neutral."

 

"The Bamboo Sweater is everything. I'm so in love with it! It's the perfect California weight and feels like wearing pajamas, but looks so put together."

 

"The Bamboo V Neck is so soft and the perfect weight for layering."

 

"I love The Black Bamboo V Neck. I love that I can throw it on with any outfit and look put together while still being super comfy!"

 

T.B.E. Collection:

"I love how I can wear THE OATMEAL DRAPE VEST as the weather shifts...pull it over my shoulders... it's replaced my favorite Hermes shawl."

 

"THE BLACK DRAPE VEST hits the nail on the head - quality, style, and functional femininity."

 

"Because THE BLACK DRAPE VEST is fitted in the back, I don't lose my shape... I'm cozy but still feel put together."

 

"I just received my GRAY WRAP COAT in the mail today and A) I am OBSESSED B) It fits perfectly."

 

“Two Bits Equestrian caught my eye with the first v-neck and bomber jacket. With the release of THE BLACK WRAP COAT, I’m in heaven. I love everything TBE creates. From form, functionality, design and feel...it’s my favorite go to, in and out of the barn.”