Miranda Lambert looked amazing in a standout western ensemble at the Academy of Country Music Awards Wednesday night. The country music sensation went casual for the special event. However, she dazzled it up with plenty of sparkle and fringe.
The ACMs had to adjust things due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year. The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee, was deemed the perfect venue for Lambert to sing her hit single "Bluebird," according to a report by People. She walked the red carpet and performed onstage wearing a blue outfit with her own unique flair added to it. The button-down western shirt featured fringe on the front and even longer fringe dangling from the back of the sleeves. On each shoulder, a bluebird was embroidered and a line of sequins were sewn beneath. The 36-year-old singer had the top tied into a knot at her waistline and the front was unbuttoned halfway down to expose some cleavage.
Lambert continued her cowgirl look with a pair of dark-wash jeans that were fitted around her hips and thighs, but then flared at the ankles. She glammed it up by adding a bedazzled design on the bottoms all the way down her legs. She completed the outfit with sparkly open-toe shoes and a white sparkling belt.
She also sported a pair of large hoop earrings and diamond rings on both hands, including her massive wedding ring. Lambert had her blond locks pulled back into a loose ponytail with thick strands hanging softly around her face.