When Jack was little, he called them “rememories”, and it stuck. And that adventurous trip to Cody, Wyoming for the Wild West Show & Auction -- the one that inspired this collection -- is still one of our favorites.
Turns out, socks are trending these days. How about that? We’ve gotta say, we were ahead of the game on this one – we’ve been crushing it in the sock game for years -- but we’re happy to welcome everyone else on this bandwagon.
by Halley SanfordSeptember 13, 20202 min read3 Comments
American folk art is a strong source of inspiration for the aesthetic of Double D Ranch. And it has been since the beginning. So, when it came time to reimagine significant pieces for our 30th anniversary, the Tobacco Salesman was on that list.
Baggage... but make it fashion. We love everything about a fresh piece of leather -- the look, the feel, the smell -- but lately we’ve discovered a love for leather that has seen some things. The leather in the Saddle Pack Bag lived a life long before it got to Double D Ranch.
by Halley SanfordSeptember 06, 20202 min read1 Comment
The Cody collection celebrates one of the most romantic eras in American history, and the colorful characters that made it so. On a wild weekend road trip to Wyoming, Cheryl laid eyes on a jacket that stopped her in her tracks, and her heart was lost to the Wild West in an instant.
These two-piece sets – pantsuits with attitude – have been stealing the show since Midnight Cowboy. Obviously, Cody had to have its own version with a Wild West twist. And the name “Dime Novel”? That’s a story in itself. (See what we did there?)
by Double D RanchSeptember 04, 20201 min read3 Comments
Didn't get a chance to tune in to the live video of Cody line launch? (Or just want to watch it again?) No worries, here's the recording. Get a (virtual) front row seat to Cheryl and Audrey walking you through the fall collection, piece by piece, sharing tidbits of insight and inspiration. Welcome to CODY!
by Halley SanfordAugust 30, 20202 min read3 Comments
Our entire childhood was shaped by racehorses and horse races. Buying, breeding, and racing horses was Daddy Doug’s greatest passion. And he was good at it. A decade after his passing, Daddy’s presence is felt in the pages of Matagorda through his four-legged legacy.