The singer attended the CMA festival in some very fancy cowboy boots

Miranda Lambert is a country girl through and through. If you couldn’t tell from her music, her Tennessee estate, or her love of a good glass of whiskey, the singer has also started bringing her Wild West aesthetic into her apparel. Most memorably at the ACM awards with a pair of gunslinger-approved Joyce Echols heels that featured their very own pistol and holster. And now Miranda is back at it again, wearing another pair of pricey countrified shoes from the same designer, this time attending the first day of the Country Music Association festival in a pair of $1350 boots that feature spurs on the back.

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Al Wagner/Invision/AP

Clearly, Miranda was feeling her Southern roots at the CMA festival where she performed for the tenth time, doing a show filled with her greatest hits. But of course, the real show was on her feet in the form of these Joyce Echols black silk Urban Cowboy boots, complete with ladies’ Mexican-style spurs and silver strap detail. While it appears that the spurs and straps may have been a custom addition for the singer, the simple black boot is currently available on the designer’s website and retails for $1,350.

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While the spurs were all classic cowgirl cool, Miranda kept the rest of her look thoroughly futuristic wearing an Alice and Olivia V-neck black top, a metallic silver, jewel-embellished Nasty Gal skirt, a bedazzled silver belt from Nudie’s Rodeo Tailors, and jewelry from Zara and Gasoline Glamour, all styled by Tiffany Gifford

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While Nancy Sinatra would undeniably be a big fan of these boots, we can’t help but wonder, will Miranda wearing these shoes do the same thing for “boots with the spurs” as T-Pain did for “boots with the fur“? Only time and a hit shoe-centric single will tell.

What do you think of Miranda’s boots? Would you wear them?

–Emily Kirkpatrick