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Miranda Lambert Debuts Idyllwind Clothing Line at Holiday Trunk Shows

Miranda Lambert can officially add fashion designer to her resume as she will release her clothing line called Idyllwind through Boot Barn.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Miranda Lambert Debuts Idyllwind Clothing Line at Holiday Trunk Shows
Miranda Lambert; Photo via Boot Barn

Miranda Lambert can officially add fashion designer to her resume as she teamed up with Boot Barn to release her clothing line, called Idyllwind, through their stores.

Opting for that rugged, rustic look, Idyllwind embodies Lambert’s edgier style within the country spectrum by providing the feel of comfort with the trendy look of retro vibes. From faded jeans to vintage-inspired graphic tees, the collection boasts a number of ready-to-wear finds for the everyday woman to feel empowered in.

Idyllwind combines two words close to Lambert’s heart, serving as the inspiration for the brand’s mission. Idyll, as described on the Boot Barn website, stands for ‘music or a poem that describes peaceful country life’ or in the way of clothing, ‘soft, feminine, warm, authentic.’ Wind takes on a different meaning than some would originally conclude by choosing the inspiration side of the noun with ‘force or action that influences’ followed up by ‘confident’ and ‘courageous.’

As described on the main page for the Idyllwind brand, Lambert named the line “for all the confident, adventurous, perfectly imperfect badass women who have many sides and are ready to move.”

Just as the country fashionista knows all too well, an outfit can upgrade a person’s self-esteem to the next level and Lambert hopes to have her collaboration with Boot Barn generate those powerful feelings by way of cute clothes.

Idyllwind will be available for purchase in select stores located in California, Tennessee, Arizona, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Minnesota and Colorado through the trunk shows. The full collection comes to stores in fall of 2018. More details about Lambert’s line can be found on the official Boot Barn website.