No one can rock backwoods attire and formalwear like the kids from Duck Dynasty.
Sadie Robertson, who made her New York Fashion Week runway debut in September, was part of her Louisiana high school's homecoming court this fall along with older brother John Luke—and the teens looked downright adorable.
While John Luke stuck to a traditional black tux, Sadie enjoyed a few wardrobe changes, picking a strapless dress embroidered with bright flowers and cinched with a skinny black belt for the dance and wearing a chic red and black coat and a black wide-brim hat for her appearance on the field.
And of course homecoming weekend was a family affair for the close-knit Robertsons—dad Willie escorted Sadie out on the field, a buouttionere tucked into his sport coat and a stars-and-stripes band around his head, and mom Korie and grandma Chrys helped design Sadie's sophomore class float.
Sadie, who is also class vice president, served as a sophomore maid and John Luke was a junior escort.
"It's fun to have my dad walk me across the field and see that he's proud to be my escort," Sadie said. "My best friend, Anna Catherine, was a sophomore maid, too. We pretty much have done everything together since preschool, so loved getting to be on the court with her."
After this branch of the sprawling Robertson family tree took part in the time-honored fall tradition of homecoming, the whole Duck Dynasty bunch got the news today that their holiday album, Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas, had debuted at No. 1 on the country albums chart.
"We have always celebrated Christmas in a big family way," said Willie's older brother Jase Robertson. "When I look back as a kid, my fondest memories are all around Christmas time—singing, sharing, laughing, not much crying, just having a big time, playing dominos, so why not have a Christmas album celebrating this special time?"
The album includes Sadie's duet with Alison Krauss on "Away in a Manger," as well as all sorts of starry collaborations featuring the family and the likes of Luke Bryan, George Strait and Josh Turner.