...but don't despair!! Last month, a nice designer did me a real solid and whipped up a nice batch of HIGH FASHION COVERALLS!!!! I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS. (and shouldn't ever again.)
Please enjoy this virtual fashion show.
Have you ever wished you could get all your dirty work done, while still looking super fabulous? Have you ever wondered why nobody makes leather coveralls, which would clean up with just a swipe of saddle soap and never get hay stuck to it?
And also bring an air of classy formality to those activities that don't usually make you feel all that special. Who could feel dull while flinging horse manure in neck to toe black leather?
Looking for something more casual? Here's the classic denim.
Paired with a jacket I have terrible mixed feelings about. On one hand, I'd like a quilt like that. But without the scratchy metal parts. It's a work of art. But on the other hand, it's kinda ugly in jacket form.
But wait - there are no pictures of this jacket with actual arms inside the sleeves.
Which changes everything. How am I supposed to get a hay bale out of the haymow if I can't raise my arms? I critique this to be a bad idea. But you can't go wrong with good old denim coveralls am I right?
Unless you still want a matching outfit.
Pinstripes. For those days when you have to go to a parent-teacher meeting right after chores and you just want to make sure everybody at school knows you really care.
But of course, for a really formal occasion, you must go with the black leather again. Here's an outfit I like to think of as, daytime to evening wear.
It's all about the accessories. Just swap the plaid flannel for that fancy little sheer number and brush off all the hay and horse hair and you're good to go.
Oh, I'm joking. You all know you should never wear your barn boots to town!