Good thing I haven't yet, though, or I would have missed my eyes popping out of my head today at the Prairie Darling Collection: 13 Down Home Patterns.
Yes, when I'm feeling sweet and wholesome, I want to slip into something more, you know, utilitarian:
That's right, off to the barn to muck out the stalls in my sequin tank, strappy high-heeled sandals and insanely unflattering overalls. Even the horses will be staring at that rippling center front zipper as it explodes into a roller coaster of bumps over my abdomen.
For climbing fences, I'll "take this simple dress to the next level with shimmering burnout satin for the bodice and super casual khaki for the skirt." I won't have to worry about any potential wardrobe malfunctions, because it is "modest" (yeah, that neckline is downright concealing) and "easy to wear."
It's always more authentic when your shorts are shinier than your wheelbarrow.
Huck Finn himself would probably sport this strapless jumpsuit when floating down the Mississippi.
White cotton eyelet for watering the stock? That's why God made washing machines, for crying out loud.
Burda, I gotta hand it to you guys--you made me look twice! But all the funny photo styling in the world wouldn't make me put on those overalls.