2019 ACM Honors: Miranda Lambert In SW
Instead of something bad, we’ve got something good!
The Grammy Award-winning country artist and “Something Bad” singer, Miranda Lambert was spotted decked out in Sara Weinstock last night with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, by her side at the 2019 ACM Honors ceremony at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Lambert dazzled last night. She was wearing a sleek black tuxedo vest romper paired with our white gold Nappa Pear Cushion Earrings, a white gold Reverie Couture Pear Cluster Statement Ring, a white gold Reverie Cushion Cluster Cuff, a white gold Illusion Emerald Bangle Cuff and a white gold Veena Oval 2 Row Bangle. To top it off she wore our vaulted pieces white gold Milgrain Bangle Cuff and white gold Round Bezel Cuff.
It was SW sparkle galore!
Lambert, the 35-year-old most-awarded artist in the Academy of Country Music’s history, was awarded the prestigious ACM Gene Weed Milestone award, her 33rd ACM Award. The award honors her outstanding and unprecedented achievements in country music. Other winners of the highly regarded award include Jason Aldean, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift.
The night included sweet words from country legend Keith Urban, who presented the award to Lambert. Urban noted how throughout all her career, Lambert has always stayed true to herself--an SW trait we love.
To be a part of such a special moment was such an honor and we at SW couldn’t be more grateful.
We are so proud of Lambert and all that she does. She is another powerful strong woman who we believe embraces and embodies the powerful feminine.
Keep shining Miranda! We’ll always be here to add some sparkle to every moment.