Here they are called Mennonites, and we sometimes visit a place called St Jacobs to do much the same thing. I was never struck by their attractiveness, but a family together do have a distinctive aroma.
Apparently the Mennonites are guided by the leaders of their particular church as to what they may use in the modern world ie. cars, computers, phones, etc, etc. Amish are just plain old grey looking, traditionally dressed individuals, no phones, horse drawn buggy for transport, 18 century farming methods. They make damn fine furniture though, all traditionally made solid wood stuff - we bought all our bedroom furniture from the Amish, you'd pay three or four times the amount for it in the UK.
Peaceful Valley Amish Furniture
If I were being polite I would say that most Amish women are plain (downright dogs) but, there are the few who seem to have missed the farmyard gene and come out looking good. You ain't wrong about the whiff, I used to use a Lowes for supplies that was frequented by Amish/Mennonite carpenters and roofers and soon learnt not to stand too close in the queue.