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by Halley Sanford January 17, 2021 2 min read 4 Comments

Your outfit is a form of self-expression. Imagine what your wardrobe says about you.

 Have you ever walked into someone else’s closet for the first time, someone perhaps you don’t knowall that well, and felt like it was an eye-opening experience? Like you gleaned a deeper, new – maybe even unexpected – insight into that person, how they live, what they most appreciate? Maybe it’s shelves and shelves of shoes, hooks full of handbags, or hanger after hanger of biker jackets and ballgowns. Perhaps you’re in awe of the minimalism and almost compulsive curation; maybe you feel comically comfortable in the chaotic clutter. Regardless of what you behold behind those doors, a glimpse into someone’s closet is a glimpse into who they are.

“As strange as it may sound, when you think about it, an invitation into someone’s closet is an intimate gesture,” said Cheryl McMullen, designer for Double D Ranch. “You can infer a lot about a person from that small portion of their home. In concepting this collection, I suppose I did that in reverse. I took what I knew and felt about a few women who intrigued me, for vastly different reasons, and imagined what might be in their (also vastly different) closets. Rather than reinventing them, I incorporated some elements from their wardrobes into more modern styles with a Double D spin.”

The Spring 2021 collections, Cowgirl Closets, were inspired by women who made unique impressions in their own right, whether they were cowgirls or characters, real or fictional. The first collection drop, Maria, channels the leading ladies of the 2006 filmBandidas. It balances sexy and sophisticated, feminine and fierce, and it introduces embellishments and accessories unlike any we’ve ever created, like a corset-inspired belt and soutache suspenders that celebrate the structured silhouettes of the setting.

Time to get in touch with your sassy side.


4 Responses

Mrs. A.J.
Mrs. A.J.

January 24, 2021

It’s amazing that y’all mention Cowgirl Closets. In 2013, DDR inspired me to create my closet with a cowgirl [western] theme. It’s set up different than most; I frame pics from your previous collections to decorate the walls, switching them out each season. Since I’m left-handed, my makeup organizer, turquoise jewelry, cowgirl hats, boots & handbags are arranged for easy access to everything. Y’all have the B=E=S=T leather jackets. The Bandidas Jacket with soutache trim is definitely eye-catching…just like the Backwoods Barbie Jacket (Sky) I bought last August. It creates quite a stir here in the mountains and I always get compliments when wearing it.

Ashley
Ashley

January 22, 2021

I am so excited to see that some of my pieces from Matagorda (Stevie Tunic, Serape Pant), Cody (Giesuppina Top in Black), and Taos (Ramos & Denim Workshirt), carry over into Maria. I plan to pair the Paneuelo Top in sidesaddle and Chiapas scarf with my Northe Platte Jeggings from Cody as a new outfit for early spring. I’ve got a nice little capsule wardrobe now. Thank you for carrying over those colors.

Linda
Linda

January 17, 2021

What hat is shown with the Maria line?

Sandy
Sandy

January 17, 2021

I really like the look, but could you do it with pants as well as shorts?

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