Life on the farm can’t be all work and no play, as our model, Veronica Painter, shows us. The horse trainer and trick rider knows how to make looking good as carefree as she makes riding bareback (not to mention straddling two horses at once!).
Even Cowgirls Get the Pinks.
The chicest shade of the season, blush, makes a great topper.
Paparazzi fringed faux suede poncho, $92, over Johnny Was embroidered sleeveless top, $160; both from Giddyup Jane DL 1961 ‘Florence’ Jeans, $178, Tess pearl and suede lariat necklace, $355, Suzy T Designs leather and pearl cuff, $178; all from Mister Guy Women’s Vintage Larry Mahan white cowboy boots and turquoise cuff, model’s own
Tribal details work their magic on a gauzy summer dress.
Aldomartins ‘Argos’ knit dress, $274 from Mister Guy Women’s Rebecca Norman bronze leather fringe necklace, $215, Made in the Deep South, Turquoise medallion cuff, $138, and Blessings in Disguise spiritual bracelets, $84 each; all from Giddyup Jane
A sweet printed shirtdress will become your summer staple.
Rungolee ‘Katie’ dress, $248 from rungolee.com
Leather and sterling silver cuff, $98 from Mister Guy Women’s
Blessings in Disguise spiritual braclet, $84 from Giddyup Jane
Look cowgirl cool in the softest ombre shirt.
Ryan Michael Dobby Plaid Shirt, $150 from Giddyup Jane
DL 1961 ‘Florence’ jeans, $178, and leather studded belt, $125, both from Mister Guy Women’s
Boots, model’s own
A dress in red and white mixes with blue denim and boots for an all American look.
Rungolee cotton fringed “Goa” dress, $189 from rungolee.com, DL 1961 distressed denim ‘Maddox’ jacket, $178, Tess pearl, leather and turquoise tassel necklace, $298, and leather studded belt, $125; all from Mister Guy Women’s Made in the Deep South leather cuff, $60, and Old Gringo pierced leather ‘Stretcher’ boot, $520; both from Giddyup Jane; sunglasses, model’s own.
Hair and Makeup: Erica Hyman
Style Coordination: Emily McGehee
Special thanks to Nate Sorrill, Scott Robinson, Susan Tappe and the Robinson Family Farm in Jacksonville, Illinois
Photos: Suzy Gorman