Many country artists have talents that extend well beyond writing and recording music. Some of them have shared their knack for cooking via their very own cookbooks, while others have tapped into the world of authorship. There are also a handful of stars who have made a name for themselves in the fashion industry.
From athletic wear to western-inspired collections, here are nine clothing lines created by some of country music’s biggest stars.
Carrie Underwood: CALIA by Carrie Underwood
Underwood believes it’s important to “stay the path” when it comes to living a healthy and active lifestyle. But fans don’t necessarily have to be athletes to sport the CALIA by Carrie Underwood brand. Created in collaboration with Dick’s Sporting Goods, the fitness and athleisure line offers a variety of stylish items that provide comfort and a confident-boost. Care Bears also get to choose from a fashionable line of swimsuits too. Fans don’t have to fret over baring too much skin because the bathing suits offer plenty of coverage and are made to suit just about any body type.
Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line: Tribe Kelley
Trendy t-shirts, vintage denim and earthy colors can all be found at the Tribe Kelley Trading Post located in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village. The fast-growing collection, designed by FGL’s Brian Kelley and his wife Brittney, is identified by its unique logo – a teepee. According to the Tribe Kelly website, the idea for the teepee logo came about after the Kelly couple’s buddies, FGL’s Tyler Hubbard and wife, Hayley, gave them a 23-foot teepee as a wedding gift. Fans will be happy to know that the quality of Tribe Kelley items have been carefully thought out, as they are all ethically produced and American-made.
Chase Rice: Head Down Eyes Up
If you’ve ever been to a Chase Rice concert, chances are you spotted a shirt or two featuring the Heads Down Eyes Up logo. For Rice, the brand is near and dear to his heart. The multi-talented artist began wearing the letters H-D-E-U on his own hat after experiencing a series of ups and downs while in college. On the brand’s website, he notes that those words aren’t just the letters to a clothing brand, but a way of life – to always keep your eyes up, and locked in on every step that leads to your next victory.
Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott: LaBellum
A woman’s wardrobe is never complete without a beautifully cut LaBellum piece. The flattering collection, which represents Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott’s fashion sense, was created with HSN. Fans will be drawn to Scott’s modern and bohemian chic looks that include flowy pieces, floral prints and sequence or lace detailing. Once piece is certainly not enough though, as many items can be layered to make one helluva statement!
Dierks Bentley: Desert Son
Dierks Bentley teamed with Flag & Anthem to create the rustic Desert Son clothing line. The brand name was actually inspired by lyrics from the country superstar’s 2018 album, The Mountain. Bentley’s trusty stylist, Annie Psaltiras helped him come up with customized looks that mirror his personal style. Fans who shop Desert Son can find comfortable items like vintage-washed T-shirts, denim, jackets, raglans, hoodies and hats. Although most of the items are geared toward men, women can select from an assortment of female tops.
Miranda Lambert: Idyllwind – Fueled by Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert has never been afraid to speak her mind. She’s a total badass and she has a confidence that always seems to shine through. She hopes others will feel just as comfortable in their own skin as she does while donning Idyllwind – Fueled by Miranda Lambert. Named after her horse, Ellie Idyllwind, the brand is all about taking risks and being adventurous. Those who check out Lambert’s western-styled collection can find vintage and retro looks that include sundresses, leather belts, jeans, cowgirl boots and more.
Luke Bryan: 32 Bridge & HFE
Luke Bryan has always been an avid outdoorsman. So much so that he even co-wrote a song called “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day.” He also created a clothing line inspired by that particular tune called HFE. The collection, which is an extension of his brand 32 Bridge, features both men and women’s apparel. The name 32 Bridge, which Bryan created in partnership with Cabela’s Incorporated, also has ties to his love of the outdoors. In fact, it comes from a bridge that crosses over the Flint River in Georgia. Bryan grew up in that area learning how to hunt and fish.
Brad Paisley: Moonshine Spirit
It really doesn’t get more country than Moonshine Spirit. Brad Paisley launched his edgy western collection in 2014 with the popular retail chain Boot Barn. He drew inspiration for his brand from the prohibition period – a time when making moonshine was actually a means of survival for many families. Boots, jeans, woven shirts, belts, cowboy hats, and ball caps are some of the merchandise featured.
Reba McEntire: Reba for Dillard’s
Some country stars are so famous they don’t need a last name. Reba McEntire is one of those stars. It’s only fitting that she titled her women’s fashion line, Reba. The collection, which is available through Dillard’s, launched in 2005 – when the “Fancy” singer was starring in her own hit sitcom called, you guessed it, Reba. McEntire has been known to make a statement with her on-stage looks, but the items in her apparel line include casual, sophisticated, feminine everyday pieces.