INTRODUCING: ARIZONA HIGHWAYS
Sometimes, you’ve just got to grab your girls and go.
It may not be planned. It may not even be practical. But something, some indescribable, inexplicable thing tells you, “we’ve got to hit the open road”.
So many of my childhood memories stem from westward road trips along Route 66. From passing the WigWam Motel and dreaming of getting to stay there someday. From stopping at roadside truck stops and coveting the most kitschy of things – a beaded headband, a Native American-style necklace – and my sister and I begging for them so relentlessly that our parents finally conceded. I don’t remember where we were going, I don’t remember what we did when we got there, but I vividly recall those moments along the way.
This collection is an ode to the road-trippers. The gals who still pack snacks and make playlists and map out historic sites. Those who know that a great pair of boots, a good tube of lipstick, and a full tank of gas are all they really need. It’s an ode to truck stop souvenirs, to the accidental memories made from missed exits and wrong turns, to the candid and careless snapshot photos that will eternally transport you back to a time and place that you can always revisit but never recreate.
This is for you, the modern-day Thelmas and Louises, who understand that adversity is really an adventure, if you just tilt your head and squint a little.
And above all, we dedicate this catalog to the Double D Ranch Wolf Pack, a group of incredible women who consistently remind us what style, courage, camaraderie, and adventure really look like.