• Find your FarmHer Style

February 12, 2018 1 Comment

Written by Carly Cummings, FarmHer's Events + Merchandise Manager

 

It’s important for all of us FarmHers to feel confident in our own skin, but having a wardrobe that represents our passion? Now that’s amazing! Here are some of my favorite ways to style a few FarmHer pieces, each of which you can purchase at FarmHer.com.

 

The Groundwork

For me, the most important part of styling an outfit is to make sure I feel confident in any occasion. My FarmHer apparel certainly helps me feel that way, but so do my heels! I love to enhance any of our T-shirts ($25 each) with a pair of fun booties during the fall or black pumps for business meetings.

 

 

Mix and Match

Add a pop of color to your FarmHer wardrobe. Make the perfect match (or mismatch!) with a colorful cardigan or statement necklace. I never thought I would wear this crazy cardigan a friend talked me into buying on a girl’s trip, but it just happens to match perfectly with our Body by Beef Tank ($25)!

 

 

A Transitional Tank

Do you have a favorite FarmHer shirt that makes you feel confident and proud? I do! This RanchHer Skull Tank ($25) is edgy and distinctive, and it’s the first one I helped develop as part of the FarmHer team. It easily transitions from season to season and occasion to occasion. Wear it with shorts for summer, add a cardigan on those cool nights, or finish it off with jeans and your favorite cowgirl boots for winter!

 

 

Shop these styles and more in the FarmHer Market

 

 




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Amanda
Amanda

March 03, 2018

Are the clothes made in the USA?

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