Sarah Darling Designs Boots for Durango
Mon, 11 Aug 2014 12:16:59
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Country singer-songwriter Sarah Darling is a longtime Durango brand ambassador. She is taking that role a step further and she has designed a capsule collection of western fashion boots for the iconic brand. In time for Holiday 2014, Durango will add two distinct styles, designed by Sarah, to its "Crush" line of footwear.
These styles are flirty, fun and feminine; they are the perfect mash-up of the singer's whimsical style and Durango's playful attitude toward fashion, according to the brand.
In the midst of her busy performance schedule, Sarah traveled to Nelsonville, Ohio, home of Durango, to work directly with designers to infuse her own voice into the designs, including bright colors and Sarah's autograph stitched into the lining! She got her hands and her feet, uh, wet!
"When I look my best, I perform my best!" stated Sarah Darling. "Durango makes me feel beautiful and confident wherever I go! Getting to design my own boots is a dream come true! It's an amazing feeling thinking of other ladies walking around in a Darling Original!"
That is true. When in comfy attire and shoes, an artist can focus on the task at hand, and that's performing for fans, not worrying about how they look and how they feel about how they look or how they feel in what they are wearing!
Boot intel -- for serious shitkicker wearers: The Sunflower Slouch boot in Sandy Brown is an easy-to-wear boot with a covetable, worn-in look. Its sturdy 2 ¼" heel and cushion-flex insole will keep feet comfortable at a weekend music festival or a night spent dancing down Broadway. The Darling Coral boot is tall classic western boot with a twist. The 14" shaft features bright coral-colored accents on brown leather and a 2 ¼" heel.
Every detail, down to the advertising campaign, has Sarah's Nashville roots stamped on it. The campaign features Sarah wearing the boots at iconic Nashville locations, such as the famous honky-tonk, Robert's Western World, against the city skyline highlighted by the "Batman Building," and along Broadway, the heart of Nashville's country music scene.
Do you wear Durango items? Do you wear cowboy boots? Will you check out The Sunflower Slouch Boot?