Kacey Musgraves covers flannel when she arrives in LA after finishing her tour with a record-breaking show
Six-time Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves returned to Los Angeles on Wednesday.
She looked casual and comfortable in sweat and a flannel before her arrival.
The Golden Hour artist, 31, closed her Oh, What a World Tour II in Nashville last week with a record-breaking show last week.
Comfy Kacey: Kacey Musgraves kept a casual and comfortable look in sweat and a flannel before her arrival in LA on Wednesday
Kacey left the plane and flaunted a bit of her torso in a black crop top and high waisted sweat.
For a cozy look, she combined it with brown slippers and a unbuttoned red, green and blue flannel shirt.
With her long raven locked in a sleek look, she added a mustard-colored beanie that matched her round, pure sunglasses.
Plane look: Kacey left the plane and only showed off a little of her torso in a black crop top and high waisted sweat, with a flannel and slippers on
Apparently flying solo she waited with her for luggage, with a taupe bag on her arm.
On Friday, she played her the last show of her tour at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
The sold-out show attracted 18,373 fans – the largest audience of all female artists at the location.
She also released Harry Styles for a duet, much to the excitement of many fans, as they sang her song Space Cowboy.
Record breaker: on Friday she played her the last show of her tour at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The sold-out show attracted 18,373 fans – the largest audience of all female artists at the location
Duet: She also released Harry Styles for a duet, much to the excitement of many fans, while singing her song Space Cowboy
Earlier last year, Kacey already opened the One Direction alum in his Harry Styles: Live on Tour shows.
Earlier this month, she admitted that she wrote two songs from her fourth studio album Golden Hour while she dropped acid on her porch last year.
& # 39; Slow Burn and Mother & # 39 ;, unveiled the 31-year-old country crooner in one W magazine video on Wednesday.
& # 39; I sat on the porch and, you know, I just had a good easy zen time. I wrote it on my phone and wrote the songs the next day with a sober mind. & # 39;
Kacey – who after tripping & # 39; more compassionate & # 39; praised psychedelics because they opened your mind in many ways & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It doesn't have to be scary, & # 39; Musgraves explained to the mag.
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