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I'm All Ears

Wanna score some free Double D?

. I'm currently designing the fall 2011 collection and want your imput.  Let me know about what pieces you would like to see included in Double D Ranch's collection and if we use it, we'll send you one for your closet in appreciation of your suggestion. That's it - easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
Ready when you are - I'm all ears!
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Brenda Schirmer - May 16, 2016

personally what i would like to see for a fall collection, would be..
scarfs, hats, gloves .. longer jackets but yet wearable and comfortable.. warmer long sleeve shirts .. things that can be layered and not be to over bulky but also warm and stylish as well.
t-shirt material is good but not to warm when out and about. maybe a longer warmer jacket with a zippered liner inside that can be added and removed as needed.
longer scarfs that are both stylish and yet serve a purpose. hats can be stylish and also again serve a purpose, same with gloves.

AnneMarie Lewis - May 16, 2016

where do we go to make our choices? I LOVE Double D!

Ashley Stout - May 16, 2016

I love the paisley dresses….. I think if you had some fun colors for fall 2011 and not so much brown and blah….I think fall should be more bright colors. Maybe some fun jackets with lace and leather would be great together!!!!Make it fun and Gaudy!!

Being Gaudy and Glamourousss…..

Ashley Stout.

colleen bartlett - May 16, 2016

I’m always a fan of the Fall collection because I love the fabrics ( leather, suede) and am also a fan of the traditional DD that I bought back in the 90’s. Simple, classic ( and classy) lines. I always get complimented on my jackets, and can’t seem to collect enough. Maybe some new colors and interesting studs. I know I’ll love whatever you do!

Susan Burke - May 16, 2016

I love your Combat Rock Field Jacket!!

For your Fall 2011 Collection, how about a Jackson Hole, WY/Grand Teton/Yellowstone vibe?

Buffalo, Elk, Deer, Beer could be worked into embroidered Jackets, Shirts, and Skirts.

Roam America, Freely!!

Susan B.

cassie (ethan and lillys closet) - May 16, 2016

for yor fall collection you should hav like brown shirts with a western theme on them and leaves for fall, like oranges and greens and maybe sequines on them.

Pat Fowler - May 16, 2016

And MOCCASINS! I know that the slouchy old moc with a tie is old news but squaw boots (Hopi? Navajo?) are amazing. Ankle high (or knee high!) with silver concha details in soft suede?

Pat Fowler - May 16, 2016

Hey! I am always up for free Double D! I absolutely LOVE all of your stuff and yet (:( ) can’t afford much with son in college! But I have lots of ideas! I love the mirrored Marrakesh pieces! Could you do some funky sashes with mirrored designs that could dress up the “little black dress” or make jeans look even greater? Also , we used to embroider our own jeans in the 70’s….some mirrors and embroidery down the side leg or around the cuff? Speaking of cuffs, I have a very funky and creative artist friend who has designed the most amazing leather cuff bracelets, All hand sewn and dyed and adorned with antique buttons. I suggested she do a Breast Cancer Cuff that is pink with white sewing detail and antique mother of pearl buttons! A Warrior Cuff! She doesn’t have the where with all to mass produce, but I could ask her for permission to send you pics.Whenever I wear mine, I get rave reviews!

TaraTrask - May 16, 2016

I had a great idea the other day…I am in LOVE with peacock feathers and pheasant feathers. I think it would awesome if you gals could do a t-shirt (maybe like the Michelle’s Necklace or the Jewels of the Romanovs shirts), but use feathers! You could also utilize Native American beadwork too.

Another idea I would LOVE to see a short lambskin leather skirt with fringe (or feathers!) on the bottom and Native American beadwork on that too.

I have always been in love with your chunky beadwork belts that you once had (I still need to get me one! You wouldn’’t by chance have one laying around???)

Cheryl - May 16, 2016

you can leave your suggestions here – thanks Anne

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