"Bring your sunglasses because the bling is blinding."

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
January 28, 2019

Whether she's wearing pink, white, blue, or gold, we've always loved seeing Dolly Parton's bedazzled outfits. (And her hair. That hair!)

Now, fans interested in seeing a collection of her finest ensembles can plan a trip out to Los Angeles, California, to catch a special, sparkly exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE. The exhibit, titled "Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton" is presented by City National Bank and is open to the public from February 5th through March 17th. On February 4th, the Smoky Mountain Songbird will be on hand to share stories and the history behind these costumes as part of an exclusive Town Hall Program hosted at the museum's Clive Davis Theater.

"Startin' Feb. 4th you'll be able to see some of my favorite outfits from over the years at my new exhibit, Diamond in a Rhinestone World, at the @grammymuseum! Bring your sunglasses because the bling is blinding," Parton captioned a recent Instagram post with a sneak peek of what's in store.

Highlights of the curated collection will include Parton's costumes from the 2014 music video "Home," the pink-and-leopard dress from the Backwoods Barbie album cover and eponymous music video (see above), and clothing from her Live from London concerts in 2009 and Red Rocks concerts in 2016.

Can't swing a California trip? Check out these six amazing lessons Dolly Parton taught us about style. Perhaps the exhibit will be such a smashing success that the powers that be will decide to take Parton's coats of many colors on the road.