Celebrity country singer Miranda Lambert and Walmart launch exclusive Wanda June Home Collection

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When the nation’s largest retailer and one of the nation’s most awarded celebrity country singers collaborate together the results are sheer magic—Southern style, with a dash of sass. Miranda Lambert has dropped an exclusive Wanda June Home Collection that would be available only at the big box retailer. The collection has stylish and affordable entertaining essentials as well as home decor that was inspired by the two most influential women in the three-time Grammy winner Miranda Lambert’s life.

Lambert, the reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year has said the Wanda June Collection was inspired by three generations of women whose Southern hospitality was warm. The celebrity singer said that the women were her mom—Beverly June Lambert and her grandma—Wanda Louise Coker.

The designs in the Wanda June Home Collection available from June 14 are casual and stylish, yet affordable. It includes more than 80 kitchen, bar and tabletop items. There are also home decor items available, with an option to mix and match. The cost of the items range from $12.97 to $170. However, most of the items are available at under $30.

Lambert has used her own Southwestern retro farm kitchen as inspiration to design tabletop essentials that are in vintage, fun and feisty styles, while embodying Southern charm, sass, and style. The inaugural collection of Wanda Home June Collection has debuted today. It will continue to be launched at Walmart, seasonally.

Celebrity country singer Miranda Lambert said that the products in the Wanda Home Collection were a physical representation of several memories that she had with amazing women. The “If I Was a Cowboy” singer also mentioned her close relationship with Walmart through generations as her “grandpa was a greeter back in the day” and Walmart was where she had “shopped all” her “life.”

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