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Rural Women Get a New Clothing Look

( Rural Women can now step out in style thanks to a new range of feminine work wear designed by former journalist and rural woman Celeste Wills.

Celeste says after spending a season helping her husband on a dairy farm in Huntly she soon saw the need for flattering, comfortable and most importantly feminine women’s work wear and as a result My Farm Lady was born.

“I used to hate being on the farm with my husband when unexpected visitors would show up and I was dressed in my a pair of my husbands oversized and unflattering overalls, I just kept thinking to myself someone should design overalls specifically for women. Then one day I just thought well why don’t I?

With no garment manufacturing experience Celeste knew it was not going to be easy so she employed the skills of top garment makers to help bring My Farm Lady women’s work wear to life.

Their overalls are made from quality 100% cotton drill and feature elastic at the waist for a flattering silhouette, back and front pockets, dome fastenings instead zip for comfort and convenience and stirrups so they stay in your gumboots. They are also available in a range of sizes and colours including pink.

My Farm Lady is all about empowering women to be able to express themselves and their femininity whether they are milking cows, fixing a tractor or just weeding the garden.

“Just because its dirty work doesn’t mean you can’t look good doing it”

Celeste is also currently working on a range of women’s wet weather gear and a bib style overall and says she wont stop there.

My Farm Lady Work Wear will be making its debut at Mystery Creek Fieldays, you can find them at the Rural Living Marquee site RL14.

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