Blazing a Trail in Western Fashion: Meet Quincy Freeman of Rodeo Quincy

Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 1:15pm
Tatum Holdener
Blazing a Trail in Western Fashion: Meet Quincy Freeman of Rodeo Quincy

Blonde bombshell, Quincy Freeman, the California cowgirl- who has been turning heads in the western fashion industry, sits down and shares a little bit more about her company ‘Rodeo Quincy’ and her passion for western fashion. 

Quincy’s eye for fashion was strongly influenced from the women in her family. She blends her western and spanish heritage, along with bright, unique colors and patterns that stop people right in their tracks. Combining her passions of rodeo, fashion and art; the Rodeo Quincy brand has become a force to be reckoned with.

Quincy was raised in a rodeo and ranching family in California’s central valley and was later introduced to the High School Rodeo Association by her cousins, the Seifert family. She fell in love with the sport and never looked back.

The family affair helped her pursue her college rodeo career on the Cal Poly Rodeo Team. While balancing a degree in agricultural communications and a busy college rodeo schedule at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo she designed boots for Ariat International and that’s where her fashion journey began.

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Q: What does your brand mean to you?
A: My brand encompasses who I am and all the things I enjoy in life. Not only the rodeo lifestyle, but those who live the western lifestyle. It’s what’s nearest and dearest to my heart.

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Q: Who do you hope to inspire?
A: Anyone and everyone! I want people to know that if you have a dream, go for it. I feel like I am living proof of the American Dream. I want to inspire little girls to pursue their dreams and to understand that if you work hard enough, anything is possible.

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Q: Who are some of your mentors? Who has helped shape you into the individual you are today?
A: My Nonna Rose and my mom (Sally) both have impeccable style and carry themselves with poise and class. Growing up around them, their presence was infectious and I have always dreamed of being like them someday.

As cliche as it sounds, red lipstick was a staple to the woman in my family's wardrobe and they would never be seen without it.

Also, my mom knew leopard was cool, before it was cool. Just sayin.

I also look up to my dad whose passion is in the cattle industry and he has been a huge influence to me when it comes to the business aspect of things.

Also, my sister-in-law, Shane Holman of Ariat International, has been a huge influence to me in western footwear and the fashion industry.

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Q: Does Rodeo Quincy give back in anyway?
A: Yes, Rodeo Q has recently started working with Western Preservation Society, which is a non-profit organization that educates America’s youth about the importance of agriculture and the western lifestyle. We also have the Rodeo Q Allstar program, which is currently accepting applications, that sponsors junior high and high school rodeo athletes.

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Q: What are your goals for the future?
A: A longterm goal of mine has been to bridge the gap between western fashion and mainstream fashion. Western fashion used to be the staple of fashion and our roots have always been the American cowboy.

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