I'm so excited!!! I just bought a c. 1910 Edwardian riding habit!! It is coming from the US but it was originally made in London and has approx. a 34" bust and a 24" waist.
Here are some photos of the habit but I will take some more when it arrives as the skirt has not been displayed correctly on the dress form. I just can't wait to see how it is constructed and to put it on my own c. 1910 Edwardian dress form here at home.
As you can see, the skirt does not appear to be an apron as it has a "knee bulge" (visible in the back view of the habit), this should be placed so that it shows at the front right side of the habit.
This is the original label which has shattered. You can just make out "Habit Makers" and "London" on the label but the maker's name is illegible and I don't recognize it as any of the "big name" maker's of the era either. If anyone can shed some light on who this habit maker is, it would be much appreciated!