Do you wonder why plus sized equestrian garments are the dowdy, frumpy cousin of their smaller sisters?

Do you get the shits when the options are pathetically limited – you really don’t get much choice in what to wear? 

Why don’t conventional brands offer a broader range for the plus sized equestrian? 

We honestly have no idea.. 

Anyway, call us obliviously naive but that’s exactly what we’ve done with Sweet Iron. 

With our launch range of shirts – you will find:

  • True to size Australian sizing from 6 – 20. We’re also happy to increase the size range if there’s enough demand. 
  • Extra length shirts – to make it easier to keep everything tucked in. 
  • Funky patterns and fabrics so you can express the real you. (We’re giving the finger to billowy beige blouses – urgh!)

Plus sized equestrian articles

  • Equestrian Fashion Hacks: How to get a smoother silhouette A muffin-top is a slang term typically used to describe a man or woman’s body fat that is visible above the waistline of pants or skirts because of tight clothing. Let’s face it, the person that invented breeches probably never dealt with dimples, bulges and other sticky outty bits… So what’s the best way to deal with the dreaded ‘muffin top’? Sure ...
  • Why are plus size equestrian clothes so hideous? With more riders wearing a size 16 than a size 6, why are plus size equestrian clothes so god damn ugly? A few extra inches should NOT mean riding clothes should lose shape, style or their fashionable edge 😠 Sigh… Unfortunately most Google searches for ‘plus size equestrian clothes’ will spew out some seriously depressing options. It’s hard to think ...
  • Good news for riders of all sizes! Great news for the riders with curves! In a move applauded by ‘real’ women, Australia’s newest equestrian apparel label, Sweet Iron Co is offering a generous size range of equestrian shirts in sizes 6 – 20. The broad sizing range is just the start of how Sweet Iron Co is disrupting the ‘straight laced’ equestrian apparel market. ...