Just when we think we’ve designed serape in every way and color combination possible, a new palette strikes us, and we end up falling in love with a pattern that feels simultaneously familiar and fresh.
“I’m not sure thatanything Double D does falls within the traditional definition of ‘tame’,” Cheryl laughed. “But that’s kind of how we think of this colorway. Tame, by our standards. It’s not the ultra-bright and black combo of Bakersfield, it’s not the over-the-top intricacy of the Matagorda serape from our 30th anniversary fall collection; it’s more down-to-earth, and yet a little more classy at the same time.”