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Kacey Musgraves: I’m proud of my cowboy boots

Published 05/11/2015

Kacey Musgraves
Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves has launched a new shoe collection.

Singer Kacey Musgraves is proud of the new cowboy boots she is debuting through luxury brand Lucchese, as she was “intricately involved in the design process” from start to finish.

The 27-year-old was born in Texas and she is absolutely devoted to all things country and her new collaboration with brand Lucchese exhibits this down-home taste.

"Growing up in Texas, I've always loved wearing boots and having the opportunity to work with such an amazing brand and being so intricately involved in the design process has been so much fun," she said in a press release, according to Us Weekly magazine. "I'm really proud of this collection."

Kacey’s cowboy boots offers three distinct styles including fringed equestrian look Gallop, rainbow striped short boot Monterrey and Golden Arrow, a more classic boot with arrowhead detail.

Kacey is well-known for singing her hit song Follow Your Arrow, so naturally Golden Arrow is her most cherished design.

"This boot is majorly influenced from a 1950s pair that are my absolute favourite,” Kacey shared via Lucchese's website. “I probably wear them at every show. Also, the symbol that has brought me so many reasons to celebrate — the arrow."

Follow Your Arrow was such a popular song, fans even began tattooing themselves with the tune’s lyrics.

Kacey can't believe how many fans were touched enough by her words to have them permanently engraved on their skin.

"It's insane the amount of tattoos this song has generated," she marvelled to People magazine in the past.

"People love to show me their arrow tattoos. Literally hundreds and hundreds of people!"

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