Waylon Jennings – Ladies Love Outlaws
- Label: RCA Victor P8S-2016
- Country: United States
- Released: 1972
- Genre/Style: Folk, World, & Country
Ladies Love Outlaws is a country music album by Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Records in 1972. Together with Jennings' previous album Good Hearted Woman, it marks his transition toward his Outlaw Country image and style. "Ladies Love Outlaws" coined the use of the term "Outlaw" to refer to the country music subgenre, which was developing at the time of its release.
Ladies Love Outlaws and Jennings' previous album Good Hearted Woman marked a change in Jennings' appearance. The cover of Ladies Love Outlaws shows Jennings on a scene set in an Old West motif, dressed in black with a revolver strapped to his waist, looking at his five-year-old niece, Ladonna. Previously, Jennings kept his hair short and his face clean-shaven, and he wore suits. After the release of Ladies Love Outlaws, he started to wear faded jeans and cowboy boots