Miranda Lambert Launches New “Idyllwind” Clothing Line

Miranda Lambert Launches New “Idyllwind” Clothing Line

After introducing her Idyllwind clothing line during the 2017 holiday season, Miranda Lambert has launched the collection at Boot Barn.

photo courtesy of Boot Barn

According to Boot Barn, the brand is “inspired by vintage and retro looks with a modern fashion edge and a focus on comfort, fit, and quality for the everyday girl who wants to look amazing and feel good at the same time.”

The Idyllwind line, which includes apparel, accessories and cowboy boots, is now available at all 233 Boot Barn stores nationwide and online.

“Idyllwind is a true expression of my style, created for the everyday girl who is also a badass,” says Miranda. “A brand based on being who you are and being comfortable in your skin and celebrating yourself whatever your size or age. Created around comfortable, affordable, great fitting clothes and boots that I call my trusties. I am very excited to work with the Boot Barn team and continue our amazing journey to building this brand together.”

photo courtesy Boot Barn

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