Top 10 Best Dressed Country Musicians
| James Arthur
Country music doesn’t always get the shine it deserves. When you imagine a country musician you think about a southern guy in flannel shirt holding a guitar. Well, we are tired of the stereotype and would like to give these gorgeous and talented men the benefit of the doubt.
Here are 10 men who serve fresh looks every time they step out.
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The original man in black. One of the most influential musicians of all time, johnny cash never missed an opportunity to wear black and he looked damn great doing it.
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This Lady Antebellum Singer/Guitarist has evolved his style exponentially over the years. He has great affection towards light colored suits and skinny jeans and since he looks great in them, we can’t complain.
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The man had so many hit singles in the 60’s and the 70’s that he became a household name in the southern states of America. He was the the reason behind the popularity of “Rhinestone cowboy boots”, as he wore them to every show and rocked them with a finesse that no one else could have.
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Hank Williams stuck to four things in his career: Great music, a suit, a hat and his guitar. These four things got him two country music awards and a grammy.
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A shape shifter in human flesh, he changed looks just as he changed his voice. In 2016, Dylan was awarded the nobel peace prize. It was the first time, the nobel prize was given to a musician. A true genius, his every song had a different persona and he displayed that on stage through his outfits and music.
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Our beautiful country boy, Thomas Rhett has changed his fashion style from simple ol’ jeans and T-shirt to well fitted designer suits. Rhett has turned his wardrobe around with designer clothing and his music has just gotten better with it.
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A traditional country music star, Randy Travis kept it simple and casual with his shirts, jeans and occasional leather. Over the course of his career his simplicity has won him several grammys and country music awards. A true southern icon.
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have become a perfect example of southern romance. The couple have been married for 20 years, they not only make music together but have a clothing line as well. According to Faith Hill, their clothing line have a modern yet vintage feel to it; a true interpretation of McGraw's personal style.
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Ray Price loved his decorative rhinestone covered suits. A real supporter of American designer Nudie cohn, Price dressed like man ready to party. His Honky-Tonk music and flamboyant style helped him shape the honky tonk era in 1950’s.
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In 1970’s a complex man armed with granny glasses, Dutch haircut and cowboy shirts gave a fresh take on country music. He recorded 300 songs primarily with his acoustic guitar. He sang about relationships, his disdain towards city life, and the joys of nature, all while looking delectable in knitted turtleneck sweaters and cowboy shirts.