A SELF-DESCRIBED country girl has left fans stunned after she revealed what she wears while working at a homeware store.
Home Depot staffer Violet pairs her apron with cow-printed pants.
She said in the clip: “Country boys complimenting my pants while checking them out.”
Violet revealed that she bought the farm-inspired trousers from Buckle.
Dozens of viewers wanted the so-called country girl to spill the beans.
Fans said that the pants look cute and comfy, while others were left stunned that she wears the trousers for work.
One viewer said: “I’m gonna have to take a trip to my local home depot.”
While another raved: “Those pants are fire.”
And, a third commented: “I mean they are some cool pants.”
Fans joked that they would find time to take a trip to Home Depot after watching the clip.
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While others were surprised that she could get away with wearing such casual attire.
A viewer claimed: “We’re only allowed to wear jeans or like khakis.”
Meanwhile, an influencer, known as Bonnie, has shared her country-girl lifestyle.
Viewers were going yeehaw as she danced to country music and offered an insight into her lifestyle.
She paired the look with denim Daisy Dukes and showed off her moves to the song "AA" by Walker Hayes.
Viewers, stunned by Bonnie's beauty and upbeat dance, expressed their admiration in the comment section of the video.
One fan said: "You got it going on beautiful.”
Another added: “Absolutely beautiful woman.”
And, Brooke Vike, a farmer’s daughter, left fans wide-eyed when she revealed what she wears while doing manual labor.
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