September 16, 2018 1 min read

     
Fun fact: Both the style and the name have been borrowed from the Spanish; “concha” translates to “seashell”. Consisting of ornate silver discs, and frequently featuring accents of turquoise, it’s no wonder that concho belts are often classified as jewelry rather than a garment. Whether you wear it slack across your hips or use it to create a waist in an outfit of layers, a concho belt is a wearable work of art that adds a bold accent of Southwestern style. Double D Ranch’s own line of concho belts are based on vintage designs we’ve admired over the years.
    

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