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Lady Gaga Kicks Back in Custom Cowboy Boots

03/25/2011 at 10:30 AM ET

Lady Gaga Cowboy Boots
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Has Lady Gaga gone country? After spilling her style secrets, the star was spotted in Dallas last week walking tall — very tall — in some custom Tony Lama kicks. The 14-in. hand-cut, hand-tooled and hand-painted boots were created especially for the singer, in honor of her chart-topping single, “Born This Way.” (Which, coincidentally, is getting the Texas treatment in a special “Country Road” version dropping today.) According to a release, it took Tony Lama staffers more than 500 combined hours to craft the cowgirl boots, which feature flying unicorns, rainbows and the words “Born This Way.” Perhaps she’ll wear the second pair they gifted her when she returns to the Lone Star state to perform in Austin on April 6? For similar styles, check out tonylama.com. Tell us: What do you think of Gaga’s southwestern style?

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PondFrog on

HAHA!
HER HAT IS ON BACKWARDS!!!! LOL

mary on

Please, Not more gaga’s stylisms. It is horrible.

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