COUNTRY GIRLS ALWAYS GET LUCKY
How to be a Country Girl?
Dress demure but still sexy. Think of fresh gingham dresses and pastel colored outfits with flower patterns for spring, or cute Daisy Dukes for summer. Wear your hair in pigtails if it’s too hot outside, and keep it natural. A country girl’s crowning glory can be blonde, brunette or red. Leave hot pink, purple and metallic streaks for the city girls.
Act sweet but have a strong side. Country girls retain all the charm and gentility of an old-fashioned gal, and mind their manners. But they can also be strong-willed when they need to be, protect the family farm or property, milk the cows, drive a tractor or operate the town post office by themselves.
Cook from scratch. A country girl knows how to use pots and pans. She bakes cakes for birthdays and special occasions, and picks the apples for her home-baked apple pie herself. A country girl learned how to cook from Mom and Grandma, and keeps their recipes in her head, ready to be passed down to her daughter.
Sing like a star. Lots of country girls, like Dolly Parton and Britney Spears, become famous vocalists. A country girl learns to sing in the church choir or at school, and it comes as naturally to her as speaking. Pick up an acoustic guitar and write songs, forging your way to Nashville with your talent.
Protect your family and their reputation. A country girl remains loyal to her roots and never strays far from home emotionally, even if she moves to Los Angeles. Keep in close contact with siblings, parents and grandparents. Consider even distant cousins to be close friends.