Who doesn’t get to the point where they just want to literally get rid of every piece of clothing they own and start completely over. That’s exactly where I am right now. After 8 months of being on the farm full time I am still trying to replace my old work wardrobe, full of fabulous high heels and dry clean only dresses, with more functional, farm-girl- appropriate-yet-cool clothes. And when I say functional, I don’t mean stuff like Crocs (gagging) or Carhartt overalls (super functional but NOT at all cool.) I mean just really wearable, good looking clothing with a purpose other than just being pretty (which I am still a huge fan of).
Here are a few pieces that I am really excited to add to my wardrobe this spring. Click on the pics to go to connect to buying sources.
Get these pants on my body now. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE AG Jeans and these are so cuuuuuuute and farmy, right? I have several pairs of AG’s that feel like I’m wearing pajamas. BTW…am I the only one happy to see way fewer skinny jeans out right now? Thank gawd.
I’ve been dying for an awesome pair of worn looking oxfords and here they are. Totally wearing these with the Piper jeans, rolled cropped jeans and denim cutoffs all. summer. long.
You can never have enough drapey sweaters in my opinion, especially in eastern Oregon. For some reason they look cool with just about anything. And if you’re like me and always a bit chilly, even when it’s 80 degrees outside, this is always what I go to for that extra little layer. It’s like a little blankie with arm holes.
I am huge fan of rayon blend tee shirts. They hang well and just look, well, nicer. Casual without looking sloppy. They take slightly more laundering care but totally worth it.
Holy crap am I obsessed with this skirt or what? It’s the perfect length for someone of “my age” and modest without being sister wifey. I could wear this every day and maybe I just will.