Let's talk about being uncomfortable for a second, shall we?
Wearing a pair of faux leather flares, studded heels, and a big, fluffy-as-hell, pink coat.
Now... go ahead and place me in the car park of Waitrose - in my local town of Hereford. Populated by only 55,000 people. The county of Herefordshire is literally dubbed the most rural and sparsely populated in England, and for the most part - these people come from farming families.
In this town - cows are all the rage. Beef is a form of currency, and fresh fruit & veg is available from the local farmer's market. It's rare that you would walk down the highstreet without seeing somebody that you know.
"But how do these country folk feel about big, fat, unforgiving leather pants?", I hear you ask.