I like twenty x brand by wrangler, ($30)the Jackson low rise, specifically. They really fit great, make your butt look tiny and your thighs slim. You can get them in different lengths, so if your taller or shorter, they'll fit right. Ariat fatbaby boots ($90)come in some really pretty color combos and are very comfortable, but may be a little chunky to fit in stirrups. Justin makes a George strait boot ($160)that fits like a sneaker and slip in and out of a stirrup nicely. A plaid shirt ($30)with a matching hoodie jacket($40) or if it's really cold, a carhardt jacket ($60)will fit the bill. A baseball cap with some rhinestones ($20)that match your shirt is a nice alternative to a cowboy hat (which can get caught in the wind as you ride and fly off). Of course, a belt with a flashy buckle ($30)is a must, but not too flashy, ($80-$100)since you're working, not going out. Tractor supply has a nice selection of reasonably priced gear, and most of the gals will be dressed properly, or else you can get their help to put something together. Skip the braids. You'll look like a city slicker. Cowgirls don't have time to fool with their hair. And it wouldn't hurt to get a little mud on your boots first. It'll look a little more authentic and a little less out-of-the-box Have fun!