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Idyllwind Fueled By Miranda Lambert Facebook: Idyllwind Fueled By Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert isn’t just the most awarded Female Vocalist of the Year at the CMA Awards, she’s a phenomenal entrepreneur. After dipping her toes into the wine world with Red 55 Winery, a brand whose Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Sweet White Blend I love, she’s now expanding her clothing brand. My inner glam cowgirl could not be happier, y’all. Idyllwind Fueled by Miranda Lambert, her new line of clothing and boots, is officially available online in its own shop, in Boot Barn stores, and on the Boot Barn website.

Lambert calls her clothing line “a brand based on loving who you are – being who you are – being comfortable in your skin – and celebrating that at whatever age or size.” And it’s true, the apparel and cowboy boots really do work for perfectly imperfect badass women in every size. Of course, that’s a Mirandism. What I love the most about the line is the way each piece can go from a peaceful country life to a night out in the city lights.

Here are three clothing items I love. Trust me, the boots follow.

Montana Western Top

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I have two words for this beauty: pearl snaps! The navy yoke pops against the crisp white and though I might need a few Tide pens, I need this shirt in my life.

Wandering Wild Dress

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This dress’ tapestry pattern is giving me serious ’70s vibes, and the shape and length means it’s perfect for any age or shape. In fact, size up because the more it flowers, the better it looks!

Nashville Trustie Denim Jacket

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The Idyllwind Nashville Trustie Denim Jacket is exactly what my boss lady heart wants in a perfect denim. The slightly faded color in medium wash is everything.

You can tell the country music star’s Texas roots are still holding on strong because y’all, does anything say Texas like woven turquoise cowboy boots? I’m not always into sequins on my shoes, but this pop of color is just perfect.

Wanda Western Boots – Pointed Toe

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I mean, how much more fun could your cowboy boots get? I love how they mimic the style of my own Ariats, but with a bit more pink pistol flair. She’s also ensured that these boots will hold up whether you wear them as work boots or dressier boots. She calls them her “trusties,” and you better believe that each style will hold up to the elements.

The boots mimic the glamorous style of Lucchese, without the crazy-high price tag. If only she would expand to cowboy hats!

Previously available at Idyllwind trunk shows only, the fashion line has drawn interest from fans of all walks of life. By opening up an online shop and expanding it to Boot Barn stores, you can tell that all of these items will sell out. We’ve also heard that the customer service is amazing, especially if you need to exchange sizes within 60 days of delivery.

The new clothing line launched last November, and the sneak peeks we got from social media at trunk shows made us even more excited for this day to come. Now if only she and Carrie Underwood would collaborate on a home decor brand. That is definitely an online shop that I’d gladly hand my money over to.

To check out Idyllwind clothing, head on over to Idyllwind.com. If you have a shopping list for Boot Barn, head on over to BootBarn.com. Whether you live in Laredo, Arizona, California, Florida, or South Dakota, you can now get your Miranda Lambert fix! You can even track your order status once shipped.

If only Garth Brooks or Luke Bryan would release a men’s brand, I’m sure we all know a few fellas in our lives that could use a wardrobe update.

Watch: The 10 Best Miranda Lambert Videos

Shannon Ratliff About the author:
Shannon made her way to Austin, Texas by way of Boulder, Colorado. She fell in love with country music in the third grade when her crush, Leo, serenaded her with Alan Jackson's "Gone Country", and she hasn't looked back since.
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