Country stars have a style all to themselves. While a lot of the young artists today are stylish in the same way as everyone else, the stars of the 90’s and traditionalists of today hold on to the embroidered blazers, fancy boots, and bolo ties of the past. GQ highlighted that style in an article titled “The Sultans of Twang” featuring Alan Jackson, Alison Krauss, Randy Jackson, Chris Stapleton, and many others. The most surprising part is how many stars brought their own clothes to the photoshoot.
If anything, the photoset showed off the confidence of country artists who are making their own way while honoring the past. Alan Jackson really stood out wearing clothes he had custom made. The legend knows what he likes, especially when it comes to boots. He even has a pair made to waterski in for the “Chatahoochie” music video.
Man, you better believe those are his clothes! And, no, he won’t smile. What a boss.
That’s about right. Not sure how you could give him any extra flare.
That ain’t his suit, but that’s his belt.
Chris and Morgane Stapleton
She brought her own jewlery
Clothing, his own. That’s the Prine uniform.
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The Sultans of Twang: @GQStyle gathered a roundtable of 15 of America's greatest living country music legends, from #RandyTravis to @ChrisStapleton, and dressed them in the finest Spring has to offer. Check out the full portfolio at the link in bio. Who are your favorites? Photos by @robertmaxwellphotography Styled by @MobolajiDawodu