Go big or go home -- that's the motto we would say that Garth Brooks lives by when it comes to his shirts.

Brooks may be relatively conservative in his haircut (short), traditional in his cowboy hats (always black) and not one to rock tight leather pants (they've gotta be jeans), but when it comes to shirts, the singer likes to show off his wild side -- especially back in the '90s. The country legend doesn't shy away from color, patterns or even the denim-on-denim look (the latter of which he pulls off flawlessly, without bringing back memories of Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake's matching all-denim ensembles from 2001).

So, where does Brooks get all of his wacky and wonderful shirts? Several of them come from Mo Betta, a Western wear company based in Apache, Okla., that sells clothing to country singers, rodeo champions and those who just like a little extra somethin' in their Western style. Brooks began wearing their shirts in the '90s, visually spreading the news about the company at concerts, award shows and on album covers. His impact on the brand was so strong that Mo Betta introduced the "Sevens" collection, a line featuring some of the shirt designs that Brooks himself made famous.

Click through the photo gallery below to see some of our favorite shirts from Brooks' closet. Whether the shirt is checkered, paint splattered or reminiscent of a racing flag, Brooks pulls it off with flying colors.

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