The Pioneer Woman's New Summer Clothing Line Is Here and It's Gorgeous

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The Pioneer Woman's New Summer Clothing Line Is Here and It's Gorgeous

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We know, we know: It's summer. You've got a lot going on. But once you hear this news, you're going to want to jump out of the pool, sprint home from your beach barbecue, or hightail it back from strawberry-picking...and make a beeline for your computer.

Why? Well, because the brand-new, summer-ready collection from The Pioneer Woman's clothing line has officially dropped at Walmart. And it just might be iconic enough to warrant leaving your lakeside vacation early.

(Unless you've got Wi-Fi, of course.)

Though the collection has something for everyone—dusters, blouses, skirts, capris, and more—it's the feminine, flattering dresses that we're most smitten with. They're exciting enough to act as statement pieces, but also simple and versatile enough to be considered "basics." And if anyone loves a good basic, it's Ree.

"I love a wardrobe with a good handful of beautiful foundational elements," she says. "All it takes is a key piece or two—a floral duster, a colorful top, or a pair of capris—to open up worlds of different looks!"

The every-occasion dresses are all under $24 and available in both short-sleeve and sleeveless styles, and sizes range from S to XXXXL. There's a stunning "umbrella-style" dress with a longer length that'd work beautifully for any late summer weddings you're planning on attending. And the deeper hues of the floral knit dress in "Yellow Navy"—modeled by Alex!—could even transition into the autumn months. If you're looking for something a little more "right now," the sunny "Blue Cape" style is an obvious choice.

Whatever you decide to throw in your cart, you're in for a treat. Now back to your regularly scheduled strawberry-picking!

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