All links go to Amazon U.S., where you can learn more about the item and even — gasp — buy it if you wish! And then I’ll get a little commission that goes into the “carrot fund” for my horses. (I earn about $40 per year in Amazon commissions. That’s about 480 carrots a year, at $1/pound and 12 carrots to the pound. That’s more than a carrot a day!)
These Wrangler Q-baby jeans fit me well. I save one pair for the office and the others are for riding, dancing, and general use. If the waistband of your pants is always too tight when the hips/thighs/butt/legs fit perfectly, I highly recommend that you try these jeans.
Wrangler Women’s Cowgirl Cut Ultimate Riding Jean Q-baby Mid Rise, Silver Studded Dark
Wrangler Juniors’ Q-Baby Stretch Boot Cut Mid Rise Jean, Apache Storm
I wear these boots as my office and dressy occasion shoes, not as my barn or riding boots. They’ve been comfortable for all-day-and-into-the-night wear. I have muscular calves but these have fit me fine and do not hit at the widest part of the calf (so unflattering!) so they work with skirts.
Tony Lama Boots Women’s Bark Santa Fe VF6004 Boot
For riding and barn work, I usually wear my basic brown Justin Boots Women’s George Strait 3.1 Round-toe Boot or my Ariats.
Ariat Women’s Terrain H2O Hiking Leather Boot
Working from Home Outfits
When I am not onsite with a client, I live in my Hatley pajamas pajama sets. Yes, I know I’m too old to wear pajama pants to the store or pajama tops as t-shirts out in public, but hey, I did it before it was cool. (Although never together. That would be dorky! The pants only work with Jockey Women’s T-Shirts Classic Tank Top.)
For a while I was really good about matching tops and bottoms but I find that the tops get stained and the bottoms start to rip after about three years, so I don’t have as many matchies as I used to. They don’t seem to have my rodeo, prancing pony, or farm animals sets anymore, but they always do have something horse-themed.