Rodeo Cowgirl, Quincy Freeman, shows us what’s in her Rodeo Bag. From the got-to-have to the love-to-have, we peek inside of Quincy’s bag–which is by no surprise, a purse with fringe and super fabulous!
Quincy joined the Ariat team back in 2009, when she was discovered at the National High School Rodeo for her handcrafted artwork on her belt and horse’s tack. Quincy’s style of intricate detailing matched with bright, lively color schemes are perfect for riders and rodeo fans on the cutting edge.
Go ahead…sneak a peek!
Mini Makeup Bag: Loreal Volumnous mascara, I always have a few Mac lipsticks (never go anywhere without lipstick!), Laura Mercer tinted moisturizer spf 20 (when you are out in the sun all day rodeoing your skin needs some protection!), earrings (a few pairs just in case!), Listerine mints (You never know what rodeo you are at where you may run into your prince charming cowboy!).
- Horse treats: All of my horses are spoiled and get treats before and after they compete. If I was a horse, I would need treats too!
- Note book with pen: I always carry a note book with me at the rodeo to keep notes on the stock. It’s important to write down how fast each calf or steer is breaking so in case you draw that same calf/steer you know what you are in for and won’t break the barrier. I also take notes during the goat tying event. I write down what each of the goats look like and what they do.
- Bobby pins, rubber bands and lotion: By the end of the day at the rodeo your hair is falling out and your skin is getting dry. Bobby pins, rubber bands and lotion are your friends by the end of the day!
- The muti-colored rubber bands: I always rubber band my feet into the stirrups when I barrel race. When your horse is running and turning that fast you don’t have time to lose a stirrup and fall off balance, so I always rubber band in just in case.
- Sun glasses: My newest favorite style of sun glasses are the cat-eye style. They are so fun and vintage!
- Rosary: I have strong Faith and really believe in the power of prayer. I always keep a Rosary on hand because you never know when someone will need a prayer.
- My Roy Rogers pocket knife: I always carry my pocket knife with me at the rodeo because it feels like I always need it for something–cutting hay bales or pieces of rubber to put on my saddle. It’s also a good idea to carry a knife at a rodeo because I have seen lost of accidents where people/animals get tangled up in rope and need to be cut free. This knife is really tuff and feminine at the same time! Cowgirls need to carry knifes too, not just cowboys!
- Leopard headband/wild rag: Usually I wake up early every rodeo morning and it is very cold outside. One thing that I learned from my Papa, a buckaroo from Nevada, is that keeping your neck warm with a scarf or as the cowboys call them, a wild rag helps to keep you warm. I use this as a wild rag to keep me warm on cold mornings and then after the rodeo when my hair is a mess from my cowboy hat I use it as a headband.
-Fringe Bag: I love rocking a fringe purse as well!
Can’t get enough of Quincy’s style? Check out Quincy’s latest designs:
You can also check out her Pinterest Board for her latest inspirations, loves, and style!