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When Miranda Lambert isn't busy touring new music on the road, she can be seen making a fashion statement on the red carpet.
Earlier this summer, in June, the country superstar attended the 2022 Time 100 Gala as an honoree to with her husband Brendan McLoughlin. While he looked suave in a black tuxedo, she sizzled in a show-stopping black gown that featured a plunging neckline and leather detailing. The dress' sleeves were designed to sit off her shoulders, with thick leather straps to hold it all together.
As the allure of the outfit was to show off its unique structure, Miranda made sure to wear accessories that let the ensemble speak for itself. Apart from the white clutch she carried down the red carpet, the "Actin' Up" singer wore a bold diamond necklace, dangling earrings and a couple of rings for jewelry. She completed the look with long blonde waves, a classic winged eye and bright red lipstick.
Apart from her stunning fashion choices, Miranda's two-decades long career in country music is proof of her impact on the genre. Fellow singer and "Drunk (And I Don't Want to Go Home)" duet partner Elle King wrote a tribute to her for the event, which documented her time in the industry.
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"It was Miranda’s idea to bring us all together — she wanted powerful female voices to front the whole thing," she wrote for Time about their hit single. "That’s her vibe: she’s all about making everybody feel welcome. And there is not one inauthentic hair on her head."
Elle continued: "Of course, in this industry, you’ve got to have good music. And Miranda is a true country queen. Her shows are incredible; from start to finish, she gives it her absolute all. It was an honor to collaborate with her on our duet last year, which broke decades-long country records."
With powerful vocals and memorable fashion looks, Miranda's career is definitely long from over.
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