Below is a review of some of my current favorite pieces of women’s workwear pieces at Boot Barn. I source a lot of Boot Barn pieces for my fall and winter wardrobe on the ranch and am always happy with the quality of the items. I try hard to pick pieces that are both functional for the weather, but also slightly fashionable to make me feel good.

female ranchers standing in field with hands in her wranger jeans pockets. She is wearing women's workwear - a ball cap and a jacket and there are cattle grazing behind her.

women’s workwear jackets

1.) HEAVIER JACKET. I just got THIS JACKET and AM OBSESSED. I have a similar canvas style both from other brands and would hands down recommend this one over the other two. It has upper pockets that are lined making them perfect to stick your hands in to warm. I also love that is strong and durable, but not rigid. An additional bonus, is that it holds up to the workwear standards but is so cute that it can also be worn off the ranch too. šŸ™‚ I sized up and got a medium and would recommend sizing up if you want to wear a heavier sweater or sweatshirt under it.

2.) WORKWEAR JACKET. THIS JACKET (pictured above) is continually sold out – it’s that good. If you can get it while its restocked I highly recommend it. It’s lined with a quilted liner and the pattern in person is really beautiful. I sized up one size so I could fit a heaver sweater or sweatshirt under it.

3.) WORKWEAR JACKET. THIS JACKET is the same as the one above just in a different print. Often times I have a hard time picking between the two of which one I want to wear. I sized up one size so I could fit a heaver sweater or sweatshirt under it.

female rancher in women's wrangler workwear jeans. one of her hands is in her back pocket and she is standing next to a hay bale. she is wearing a white top and a western belt.

women’s workwear jeans

1.) WOMENS WRANGLER JEANS. You know I typically wear mens wranglers (read THIS POST for my favorite pair), but if you prefer a women’s pair, THIS PAIR (wearing above) is amazing. They’re a high rise, dark wash and fit perfectly. Additionally, they pass the test for functionality of women’s workwear on the ranch, but I also dress them up often and wear them off the ranch a lot too. (true to size)

female rancher in Polaris ranger with her cow dog dolly. she is laughing and smiling and wearing women's workwear.

women’s workwear sweaters/tops

1.) SHERPA LINED SWEATSHIRT. A sherpa lined sweatshirt is one of my favorite pieces for layering in the winter. I just got THIS ONE from Boot Barn and am really happy with it. To me, they offer an extra layer of warmth compared to a normal non-lined sweatshirt. I stayed true to size, but I think you could size up one if you wanted too. (true to size)

2.) LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS. If you are looking for good layering pieces to go under a sweater or jacket I have THIS CREAM ONE that I like and would recommend. I have worn it under sweaters and jackets while I work, but have also dressed it up and wore it off the ranch too. (true to size)

Need more fashion in your life? Read THIS POST and THIS POST for more women workwear options.

Looking for kids stuff? Read THIS POST. It is my number one recommended item for new ranch and farm moms looking to venture outside with their kiddos.

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women’s workwear: best of Boot Barn

xoxo Nat

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