Carrie Underwood is making it rain cash and proving she’s more than just a pretty face – and a sensational voice. The 38-year-old country star continues to juggle her music career with her businesswoman one, and a recent Instagram post has seen her going full-throttle with the latter while in a cozy leggings look. Carrie is a regular face on her CALIA by Carrie clothing line’s social media, and this particular post made it #brandambassador in the best possible way. Check it out below.
Carrie Underwood Is Selling Her Merch!
Scroll for the snap. CALIA was founded in 2015 – by 2016, the brand was ranking third after Nike and Under Armour at Dick’s Sporting Goods. The shot showed the “Cry Pretty” singer posing all zen by a large window as she sat on a cushioned chaise-longue and went casual and stylish. The mom of two wore a black pair of yoga pants, pairing them with a warm, white, and long-sleeved duster in soft fabrics – she also went comfy in caramel-colored socks while stretching her legs out for some solo me time. In fact, the caption was all about self-care and me time, reading:
“Cozy cardigans, comfy leggings and relaxing views. What else is on your me-time checklist? #ChooseYou.”
Underwood had also gone for a middle-parted hair finish as she showcased her trademark blonde locks, with a peaceful facial expression matching the caption. Fans were quick to reply to the prompt, with one stating that hot tea was on their checklist. More after the snap.
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Carrie isn’t just selling cute gym wear and casual pieces. The star made 2020 headlines for tapping into health tech as she launched her Fit52 workout app – the popular app now also brings in husband Mike Fisher, with plenty of workouts also including Carrie herself. Speaking to Shape recently, the “Before He Cheats” singer opened up on her latest venture, stating:
“I try my best to work in something. I feel blessed to have created an app that is all about working out called fit52, and in it, we try to make even short workouts effective and give people an option to do something instead of nothing. The most important thing is to move. If you do that, and you give what you have, your day will be better for it.”