Miranda Lambert Pairs Metallic Miniskirt With Satin Cowboy Boots: Love It or Hate It?

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Giddy-up! Miranda Lambert rocked out in a head-turning silver miniskirt and cowboy boots at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, June 9.

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The “Sweet By and By” singer’s blinging performance style featured a rhinestone-covered belt and bedazzled skirt. Adding even more sparkle to the outfit were her statement-making cocktail ring and the embellished spurs on her Joyce Echols Urban Cowboy Satin Boots ($1,350, joyceechols.com). Incidentally, Joyce Echols is the same designer who created her gun-slinging hot pink heels from the American Country Music Awards 2016. 

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To complete her country vibes, Lambert, 32, who is currently dating Anderson East, styled her hair in tousled waves. A dark smoky eye and berry lip added an extra punch to her glam.

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Hours before her glitzy performance, the Texas native, who split from husband of four years Blake Shelton in July 2015, Instagrammed her excitement for the two-day-long event. “Soundcheck! Can’t wait to see y’all tonight! #CMAfest #countrymusic,” she wrote.

Lambert uses her eclectic style as inspiration for her Lindale, Texas, boutique, Pink Pistol. The store previously had two locations, but the “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” singer decided the close the Tishomingo, Oaklahoma, branch, in May. “I want to send a heartfelt thank you to all the employees who worked hard to help me bring the store in Tishomingo to life, as well as the patrons who came to experience the Pink Pistol and supported the store,” she said in a statement to Us Weekly at the time. “Sometimes you need to close a chapter to build on a new beginning or go back home.”

The original idea for the store came about as a way to celebrate the end of an album. “When you finally put a record out, you’re sort of like, ‘I want to step away from music for a second and do something else,'” The Pistol Annies singer told reporters of her retail ventures in the CMA Festival press room. “I really feel like as long as the music is moving people and it’s reaching people in a way that [they’re] interested in other things that have to do with that, then I’ll go as far as I can.”

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