Miranda Lambert Tells Fans She Named Fashion Line After Her Horse

In September of last year, country music star Miranda Lambert debuted her fashion line Idyllwind, a womenswear collection of clothing and boots. This week, the singer revealed to fans that she actually named the fashion line after her beloved horse, Ellie Idyllwind.

“I had started riding horses at the age of 30. I had never ridden a horse before in my life — it was fun and a bit scary at the same time,” Lambert explained. “When thinking about naming the brand and what this clothing line meant to me, it was all about taking risks, being brave and trying something new, and that was represented in my life on horseback at the time, so the name Idyllwind seemed perfect.”

Many have praised the Western-style clothing line, which includes sundresses, jeans, fringe vests, cool tees and a wide variety of cowboy boots. Lambert could not be prouder of the clothing options that her line is offering the world.

“Idyllwind is an extension of me, who I am, and my music. It has a vintage Western vibe with an edge; it definitely reflects my personal style,” Lambert said. “It is inspired by what I enjoy doing, what I do when I am on my off time. I am usually in a T-shirt and cutoffs wearing some cute boots.”


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Lambert, who often says that her personal style is inspired by Dolly Parton, has said that she would like her line to be worn by women from all different walks of life.

“All types — country girls, city girls — it’s really about attitude,” she said.


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#regram: @mirandalambert “May we always find our Idyll and always find our wind. @idyllwind @boot_barn_official”

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It’s so refreshing to see a star come out with a line that is so uniquely country! Find out more about this fashion line in the video below.


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