Grey Suede Over The Knee Boots
Charra skirmish is known as a female practice within the sport and is Charrería choreographed evolutions on horseback with background music. Skirmishes teams do not have a specific number of members, but usually is made up of 8 members, when they are monuments can be more than 8. However, when participating in tournaments must comply with a regulation, which like the Charro allowed to participate in the tournament. Each member in official competition must be federated, ie it must be part of the Mexican Federation Charrería. . The members of the skirmishes, costumes must be submitted by following the rules, equally among the 8, both they and the saddle and harness the respective horses. The dresses can range in color in pairs, quartets, or individual. The training of both Charro is very intense, as they must be able to control their horses with great skill, as their evolution requires a perfect coordination between all members of a team. The lack of some of the concepts and the use of impermissible listed below will result in disqualification of the team in the competition, because their use is mandatory. For official competitions skirmishes all parts of this outfit as the members must wear the same skirmish. . FABRIC: The fabric should be cotton, poplin, blanket, linen or dacron and always be opaque. Do not allow the use of sheer fabrics, satin, glossy, fluorescent, gold, silver or neon colors. MAKE: Can be developed in one piece or even in two-piece skirt and blouse. For the skirmish the making should be the same among the eight members, although they may use different colors on the web, either in pairs, quartets, or individual. DECORATIONS: The ornaments of dress may be of cloth, embroidered throws, cotton or polyester lace, ribbons and tassels. In the case of using painted garments, woven applications or other craft, if the design of the dresses vary not be considered as differences in the outfit. Ornaments are not allowed in fluorescent colors, silver, gold and neon. BANDA: It is mandatory full band at the waist or attached to the sides back and should go with butterfly bow and tails, allowed the band belt type butterfly bow and tails sewn previously, besides the shawl. MONKEY: You must be fabric, satin or matte ribbon, lace or organza cotton in combination with the dress or shawl, without exaggerating the size, behaved with all the hair up to the nape of the neck. The bun should be subject to the hair, do not allow paste the hat, clothing or any object that helps to keep position as an elastic or sewing thread. If the bow has flowers of these must be discrete and small. All the bows of the members of the same skirmish must be equal. The use of sequins, beading, beads, paper, jewels, ornaments fluorescent, gold, silver, neon, iridescent or too many flowers. Crinoline: You must be of natural fibers like cotton, poplin, Indian head, and pulls blanket embroidered in white, ecru and beige, lace trim and can carry or tip in the same colors. If you want you can use in the passing bar-bar in combination with the dress. Not required to equal those of the eight. Use is mandatory. Do not allow the use of tulle. You should not get under her dress. Should be used otherwise starched will be awarded to a penalty of two points. Breech: Of cotton, poplin, Indian head, white blanket or raw. The workmanship must be spring in the waist, and long closures or bags to the ankle. It is used inside the boot Jalisco. If you want you can bring decorations such as lace, ribbon and ribbon-pass. The ornaments may be the color of the breech, or to match the decorations or color of the dress. Nets are prohibited, tights, leggings and full garment embroidered strip. Not required to equal those of the eight. When not in the horseback riding breech must be cut to the knee. COAT: The holder knotted at the waist with the knot on the left side on the belt of her dress. The shawl should match or contrast with the dress and ornaments, in regard to color and tone. The shawls may vary slightly at the tips and tones. In different colors can be used either in pairs, quartets, or individual. The use of fluorescent colors, neon lights, ornaments carry and use overlapping sash instead of shawls charro is prohibited. When not riding it should be rebozo slung grey suede over the knee boots one or both shoulders. BOOTS: Must be jalisco style leather or suede, the cord is mandatory half boot and shoe for the outside. In the upper part can be either as an ornament, lace, horseshoe, fretwork, initials, the iron or may be smooth, without being equally among the members. Colors should be serious and equal to eight, may be slight variations in tone, without confusing with different tones (this is taken as a different tack) either by the use or the difference of dyeing and only allow the following colors bone, ivory, beige, honey, old gold, ocher, brown, brown, gray, navy, wine and dark green, not allow any other color. When there is mounted a horse or use Adelita Porfirian grey suede over the knee boots that can be buttons or laces. Permitted colors are the same style grey suede over the knee boots in london besides white and black. Not allowed the use of boots with zipper. HAT: Maybe palm, root or rod being the most traditional dress or Ranchera Adelita. It allows the use of felt hats, fur or wool. The plate can be kind San Luis moderate or Pachuqueño Pachuca. Must carry equal in material, color and ironing. The tones of the materials may vary slightly by the use of sun bleaching, dyeing or pasta making with different artisans. TOQUILLA: You can be with hawser braided grey suede over the knee boots pierced, pyrography, gallon French, chiseled, chumiteada, embroidered with gold thread, silver or both metals, pita, thread, beading. The drawings of embroidery and lace may vary. The tones of the materials may vary slightly by the use of sun bleaching, dyeing cloths or clothing with different artisans, as what is called the concept. If lead piping must be equal to the scarf in material and design. CHAPET: For straw hats, root or rod must be leather, horn, bone, suede, metallic permitted but not corresponding to the category task hat. For hair, felt or wool should be silver, nickel, brass, copper and gold metallic are only allowed. Must carry the same peer and all members of the same skirmish. The charros Chapeta are items made by artisans, not allowing the use of any item that replaces it, like earrings, tientos, pieces of leather or any other object that simulates a Chapeta, doing so will be considered the same lack of Chapeta (disqualification, art. 11. ) In cases where only one of the members have lost a skirmish or full torque will cause a penalty of 6 points. EARRINGS: Must be traditional craft manufacturing of any metal, they have to use them in identical pair each member. If there is no hole in the ear is not disqualifying non-port them. It must be the same pair of earrings among the members of the same skirmish. The use of objects in boreholes in any visible body part other than the ears is punishable by 2 points. SPUR: The spur is used in the left boot of the same material and concept, regardless of the drawing in relation to the harness. Should behave with the same concept all the members of a skirmish. Used in the left boot, placed in the heel. The spur is not an ornament, it is mandatory for correct use and placement. . . .