They may be more comfortable kicking around in boots and jeans, but every farm girl needs a nice frock sometimes.
The Doing It For Our Farmers volunteers have received a rack full of dresses - from vivid and vivacious to neat and neutral - and can't wait to see them brighten up someone's outing.
They're offering the garments free to people who have a special event to attend, such as a spring wedding or the races, but can't make their drought-time dollar stretch quite that far.
Group founder Sue-Ellen Wilkin said a donor from the Central Coast had offered the clothing.
"[They're] really pretty frocks - quite expensive dresses," Mrs Wilkin said.
"Hopefully we'll get some girls in to have a look ... they could suit an occasion like a school formal or the spring races."
Mrs Wilkin said they'd also been given "buckets and buckets" of new makeup, including top brands such as Napoleon Perdis.
She said the group was offering these goodies to students with formals coming up - particularly boarding school girls.
"Some of those girls come from from very isolated properties so it's a bit different from [those] who get to go home ... because they're stuck over here without Mum and Dad," she said.
"It just struck a chord with me that they maybe need a little bit of extra help."
While the group continues to give aid to people such as farmers, contractors and small business owners through the big dry, it is starting to receive more help, too.
Tamworth's Bakers Delight and Telstra shop have both come on board - the first has provided 200 vouchers for fresh loaves of bread and the second will take donations of non-perishable goods.
The group's food and household pantry is now at 1/19 Wallamore Road, Tamworth, after a recent move.