"It's a Texas thang."

By Meghan Overdeep
May 01, 2019
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It's prom season, which means that high school students all over the South are getting glammed up and posing for photos. But we don't have to tell you that: your social media feeds are probably full of well-dressed teens all posing in similar fashion.

Hoping to break free of the same familiar photo backdrops, one group of students at Seven Lakes High School in Katy, Texas, decided to ditch the traditional look and go for something a little unexpected and totally Texas.

Mom Debbie Cormack Kallina shared photos of her daughter Reagan and five of her friends inside of a local Buc-ee's convenience store (below). The girls posed in front of the soda machines, the Buc-ee's Studebeaver, and even took a few snaps in front of the expansive beef jerky wall.

"Prom pictures at Buc-ee's," mom Debbie Cormack Kallina wrote alongside the photos on Facebook. "It's a Texas thang."

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It's a Texas thang, is right. It doesn't get much more Texan than Buc-ee's!