Fashion & Beauty

10 Country Stars with Their Own Fashion Lines

Country music stars are known to try their hand at other ventures besides releasing singles to climb the charts, one of those ventures that have become a popular trend is the launching of their own clothing lines.

From athletic gear to cowboy boots to partnerships with brand-name stores country music fans can find an array of apparel designed by their favorite artists. Here are 10 clothing lines created by some of Nashville’s biggest stars.

The Label

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The Label was launched by Gary Allan in 2011. This Nashville-based menswear boutique offers custom-made stage wear, suits, jackets, fine denim and dress shirts along with hand-crafted furniture and jewelry. See The Label line here

Stay Country

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Dustin Lynch is the most recent star to launch his own clothing line. Stay Country is a lifestyle brand inspired by Lynch’s own small town upbringing in Tullahoma, Tennessee. The line offers mens and women’s tops as well as hats and other accessories.

See the Stay Country line here

Miranda

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Once Miranda Lambert wore out her favorite pair of cowboy boots she couldn’t find any others she loved just as much so she decided to design her own. The fiery line of Miranda by Miranda Lambert can be found exclusively at DSW. See the Miranda line here

Calia

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CaliaStudio.com

Carrie Underwood teamed up with Dick’s Sporting Goods to launch her active wear line, Calia. From sports bras and tank tops to tight fit capris and swimwear, Underwood designed her line to be practical and affordable for the modern, on-the-go woman.See the Calia line here

Tribe Kelley

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TribeKelley.com

Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelly, along with his wife Brittney, promotes the essence of individuality and uniqueness in their clothing line, Tribe Kelley. The clothing is designed by the Kelley’s themselves and gives off a natural, earthy vibe inspired by all cultures for a one-of-a-kind trend. See the Tribe Kelley line here

32 Bridge

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Cabela’s/Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan has always had a passion for the outdoors. He partnered with Cabela’s Incorporated to launch the clothing line 32 Bridge. 32 Bridge was named after the Route 32 Bridge in Georgia, a bridge that spans over the Flint River where Luke first learned to hunt and fish. See the 32 Bridge line here

Craig Morgan

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Craig Morgan now has custom designed t-shirts that can be found on his website thanks to his partnership with the lifestyle brand Farm Boy. See the Farm Boy collection here

Reba

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Twitter/Dillard’s

Dillard’s is the lucky department store that houses the fashion line from Reba McEntire. From active wear to career wear, the “Just Like Them Horses” singer says her line, appropriately named Reba, portrays elegance and comfort. See the Reba collection here

Kacey

Luchesse.com
Luchesse.com

It’s no surprise that Texas native Kacey Musgraves jumped on the fashion wagon and partnered with Lucchese to design her own line of cowboy boots. As a fan of vintage apparel, Kacey’s boot line emanates a classic feel with modern flare. See the Kacey line here 

Moonshine Spirit

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MoonshineSpirit.com

Moonshine Spirit is a collaboration between western wear retailer, Boot Barn and Brad Paisley. This menswear line that includes a wide a of cowboy boots, shirts, hats and accessories as well as outerwear. Moonshine Spirit is the essence of the quintessential cowboy.See the Moonshine Spirit line here

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