It was written in the Shooting for Ladies Handbook, 1911 "women should dress as ugly and mannish as possible". And that is what has been available to the American women, small versions of men's clothing. However times have changed and now with more women learning to shoot than men in the US women need something feminine and practical to wear.
Good Shot Design has launched its exclusive bespoke collection for women who shoot. Founder, Lyndall Bailye, and her daughter Stephanie have handpicked English tweeds to put together a line of jackets, coats, culottes and skirts. All tweeds are subtly complimented with a signature bright colored trim and feature feminine tailoring. The line is perfect for those women just starting to shoot and want to look "the part" or for the more experienced women who are looking for a comfortable, feminine change. And for those women who prefer to walk the course or just look smart in elegant country wear, Good Shot Design is the perfect choice.