Sometimes, country music and fashion don’t really seem to fit. But, that’s because sometimes, people aren’t looking in the right places. Sure, there have been some mishaps, but really– country music is pretty fashionable. Especially country music videos.
10 Most Fashionable Country Music Videos of All-Time:
1. Shania Twain // “That Don’t Impress Me Much”
Very few people could pull off this look, desert or no desert. The commitment to wearing the hood really sets this outfit apart from others. Some say the leopard sports bra does that, but we argue it’s the hood.
2. Faith Hill // “Breathe”
Simple is never easy, but Hill is flawless only rockin’ these bed sheets.
3. Miranda Lambert featuring Carrie Underwood // “Somethin’ Bad”
Has anyone ever looked so good in a mugshot?
4. Little Big Town // “Tornado”
It’s like LBT outran the tornado, but only certain parts of their closet survived. Somehow, they took their leftover storm shelter belongings and made a fashion statement out of a natural disaster.
5. Brooks & Dunn // “Rock My World (Little Country Girl)”
Move over, Eric Church– Ronnie Dunn’s aviators are so badass he can pick up satellite images.
6. Dixie Chicks // “Not Ready To Make Nice”
High-fashion, statement art and anger rarely make for a good country music video, but that’s because most country music artists aren’t as aggressively outspoken as the Dixie Chicks.
7. Miranda Lambert // “Vice”
Miranda Lambert made so many statements during “Vice,” it’s hard to pick just one vice to focus on. For this occasion, we’ll pick her fashion statement– no one in Texas has ever made State Highway 95 look so damn good.
8. Reba McEntire // “Why Haven’t I Heard From You”
Turns out, Reba started the leopard robe trend.
10. Lady Antebellum // “Bartender”
Anytime you can get a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model like Kate Upton to appear in a country music video it’s a win, but Lady Antebellum also could appear on HGTV with their set design on “Bartender.”