Miranda Lambert adds “shopkeeper” to her business interests
Singer will open an Oklahoma boutique this month
Miranda Lambert is expanding her business interests into retail with the opening of her new boutique, the Pink Pistol, in her adopted hometown of Tishomingo, Okla. This ribbon-cutting photo with the local chamber of commerce was taken at the shop’s recent soft launch, but it will open to the public on the day after Thanksgiving—Friday, Nov. 23.
The shop, located on the town’s Main Street, is being described as a “lifestyle/general merchandise store” with the slogan “for the wild at heart.”
The store will carry a variety of merchandise selected by Lambert including handmade boots and belts from Corral, clothing and home goods from Farm Boy & Farm Girl, clothing, jewelry and accessories from Junk Gypsy, as well as antiques, gifts, jeans and other merchandise.
“We’re having the grand opening the day after Thanksgiving, on Black Friday, only we’re calling it Pink Friday,” said Lambert in a press release. “We’re going to make it a tradition to turn the block pink every year at that time. Pink Friday will be country fun with some glitz. Tishomingo is the epitome of a great, small American town, and I am excited to dress it in my favorite color ‘pink.’”
Activities planned for the grand opening include karaoke, marching bands and the “Pink Princess Pageant, in which contestants will be judged on the creativity of their pink costumes, as well as their spunkiness and sass.
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