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Roy Rogers Meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Roy Rogers Meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

For the past couple of weeks, I've been talking about how the Culture Clash Collection is an ethnic blending of different cultures and aesthetics and I think the little top I want to show you today is a perfect example.  The Mimosa Rodeo tee is an unexpected mixing of the American West and the Far East.  It's Roy Rogers meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - classic rodeo styling like the:

  • pearl snap front,
  • western yokes,
  • and arrow-tipped smiley pockets
saddle nicely beside Eastern graphics like the:
  • Chinese dragon,
  • lucky lanterns,
  • and mimosa blossoms.
I think the vibrant colors and the unexpectedness of the Asian inspired graphics make this little rodeo shirt fresh and fun.  It also has great timing; perfectly on cue for rodeo season and for Chinese New Year.

Happy Chinese New Year, Y'all and Let'er Buck!

side note: In case you are wondering what the Chinese calligraphy means, here it is: (top to bottom)

  1. Jesus is LORD
  2. Play Nice Be Free


All artwork and designs are the intellectual property of Double D Ranchwear.


Beverly Nelson - November 3, 2019

It is killing me that I cannot order one of these right now!! Love the look and the meaning of the calligraphy! Especially #1 Jesus is Lord! Will be putting this on my agenda to order!
I have been a fan of Double D from the onset! Grew up in Cuero just down the road from you guys!! And I am researching the outfit to wear this year for the NFR awards banquet in Las Vegas this year. Double D is at the top of my shopping list! Keep up the good work girls!!

JessicaMontoya - May 16, 2016

I love her hair in the first photo! The shirt is very fun…would be fun to wear to a rodeo tomorrow for the Chinese New Year. if there is such a thing happening somewhere tomorrow. Also, a side note sorta in keeping with your Culture Clash collection: my hubby and I have started a new experimental cuisine we call Asia-Mex where we blend the 2 cultures in our dinners. Think guacamole made with edamame and avocado. Or soy sauce and chipotle peppers. Yummy. Now I’m realizing I need to be wearing one of these tees while eating these meals…very Asia-(Tex)Mex!

molly - May 16, 2016

WOW!!! I LOVE the concept and the shirts – especially the hot pink one!!! It’s got my name all over it!!! May I get one in Yoakum?

Be sure to give your mom a hug for me…haven’t seen her in ages!!


JessicaMontoya - May 16, 2016

Sure, I’d love to….I’ll get something together and get back to you, Cheryl. :)

Cheryl - May 16, 2016

OK Jessica, you have piqued our interest…now we want you to post one of your Asian Tex-Mex recipies. Are you up for a guest post?

DorisLoredo - May 16, 2016

Makes me hungry now. Hey Cheryl, maybe you could show the video of when you were playing basketball while visiting in Asia as we try Jessica’s Asian Tex-Mex recipe!

Cheryl - May 16, 2016

watch it now Doris – you know this is the world wide web! Someone might actually read this!

Cheryl - May 16, 2016

Hey Molly, we were just talking about you the other day – how the heck are you?! We need to get together and cook something up.

Melly - May 16, 2016

Woah nelly, how about them applse!

Audrey Franz - May 16, 2016

Im so hungry right now I haven forgotten how cute this little rodeo shirt is. All I can think about is what Jessica is cooking up! I think the shirt is a must have for preparing your nest Asia-Mex meal.

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