Miranda Lambert to design own shoes

Miranda Lambert. photo credit: W magazine.

Miranda Lambert has become many things the past few years: a superstar singer-songwriter, a member of an all-girls trio, a store owner, a married woman, and a record breaker – but now she’s about to add one more thing to her resume… designer. The Texan firecracker will be designing her own line of women’s footwear for select Canadian and American retail outlets through Rich Footwear Group.  Her line will range from casual to dress shoes, sandals, and boots.

Miranda is super excited about her new venture. She shares:

“From country to rock n roll my goal is to style shoes that fit your inner outlaw… Being involved in the creative part and hands on development of my footwear brand is a dream come true.”

With the shoe line that’s expected to be available in Department Stores, Speciality Footwear and National Retail Chains across the US and Canada in early 2014, Miranda continues to hone her entrepreneurial skills. She recently celebrated the grand opening of her lifestyle retail store, “The Pink Pistol,” in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. She works tirelessly with her charity MuttNation Foundation, which has raised nearly half a million dollars for the betterment of dogs and cats.

The Grammy award winning and reigning ACM and CMA Female vocalist of the year also oversees all aspects of her career including her current “Locked & Reloaded” Tour with Dierks Bentley. All four of her albums have debuted atop Billboards Country Album Chart, the first female to achieve that feat in the 48-year history of the chart. Miranda is excited to take her unique experiences and style to a new stage with Rich Footwear.

What do you think about Miranda starting her own footwear line? Will you be checking it out when it comes out in 2014? Or would you rather have country singers stick to their music? Sound off below!

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