Country music superstar Miranda Lambert took to her Twitter account on Tuesday (July 20th) to show off her cowboy hat haul.
“When you can’t decide which hat, you take them all home!” Miranda writes in the tweet. She also gushed about spending time with her “new friend” @standardhatwork getting her some bada— hats.
Miranda then adds, “Think I found my new stage vibe. Thanks for making my cowgirl dreams come true #allhatnocattle.”
The cowboy hat haul comes just days after Miranda provided a sneak peek of her “Idyllwind Fueled by Miranda Lambert” fashion brand’s fall line to her Twitter followers. Lambert notably launched the brand in 2018.
Miranda Shares Details About Her Marriage With Brendan McLoughlin
In a March 2021 interview with People, Miranda Lambert discussed how her marriage with Brendan McLoughlin held up during the COVID-19 pandemic. “[My husband] really can put up with me,” Miranda jokes about what she has learned during the lockdown. “We got married not that long ago and so we really had a lot of togetherness. We got to really know each other.”
Miranda also describes the experience as “fun” despite the circumstances.
In February 2019, Miranda Lambert announced on her social media accounts that she married NYPD officer Brendan McLoughlin in January. In June of that year, she added a tattoo on her forearm honoring her marriage to McLoughlin.
In a previous interview with Entertainment Tonight, Miranda explains that she and Brendan didn’t date very long before they got married. “We sort of got to just really, really, really get to know each other, ‘cause it was just us two with no distraction, at my farm outside of Nashville.”
Lambert then talks about Brendan appearing in the music video for her “Settling Down” single. She admits that she never had a love interest in a music video. “And so I figured, why not my husband who happens to be caught here and free?”
Miranda Lambert Gets Back to Work & Creates Some New Music
Miranda also gave an update recently about her plans to launch a new album in the near future. She told Taste of County last week that the album is “not far.”
Lambert also discussed with People her recording of The Marfa Tapes with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall. “We wrote like 15 to 20 songs, and I wasn’t sure where they would all land,” she told the media outlet. Miranda then says that she, Ingram, and Randall are singing the songs while playing around a campfire. “It feels like you’re sitting right there, you can hear the wind and the cows and it’s something different.”
The Marfa Tapes’ tracklisting includes singles such as “In His Arms,” “I Don’t Like It,” “The Wind’s Just Gonna Blow,” and Miranda’s well-known single “Tin Man.”