Miranda Lambert Finds ‘New Stage Vibe’ at Texas Hat Shop
We can't wait to see her rock these new hats!
Miranda Lambert took to social media this week to send a shoutout to the Waco, Texas hat shop, Standard Hat Works, which she recently visited. Lambert posted a photo of herself with the shop’s owner, Cameron, while wearing a hat with a cactus design. According to the singer’s caption on the post, she took home quite the shopping haul from the store.
“When you can’t decide which hat, you just take them all home! Just spent the most awesome morning with my new friend from Texas @standardhatworks gettin me some bad ass hats,” wrote Lambert. “Think I found my new stage vibe! Thank you for making my cowgirl dreams come true today!”
Her caption also shared that Texas singer-songwriter Wade Bowen introduced her to the shop. According to the Standard Hat Works website, they have been in business in Waco since 1909 and offer a unique variety of both felt and straw hats. They have also collaborated with singer Cody Jinks to create an exclusive hat called The Fast Hand.
Lambert will bring that “new stage vibe” to her summer and fall tour dates, which are happening now. Lambert will be joined on the road by Matt Stell, Elvie Shane and Jackson Dean for her shows in Jacksonville, FL, Alpharetta, GA, and Wilmington, NC on August 5th, 6th and 7th, respectively. The current tour ends on November 12 at Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Lambert released her 15-track album, The Marfa Tapes, on May 7. The album is a collaboration with singer-songwriters Jack Ingram and Jon Randall.