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Nationalist Magazine March issue is here featuring the beautiful and talented Madison Pettis! We, at Bullet Blues, think it is pretty cool to be included in the same edition as a popular actress like Madison Pettis. This is our favorite issue! Discover some amazing pictures of Couture, fashion, interviews, beautiful places, etc. Flip the pages and enjoy this issue. Nationalist is a magazine that features the best of American fashion, American lifestyle, celebrities, etc. Happy reading! Enjoy!

2014 Miss Navajo County Rodeo Queen, Randi Ann, loves the comfort of her Bullet Blues boot-cut Babe designer jeans paired here with her cute Bullet Blues Odile top in Violet. We like that she accessorized it with a beautiful belt. Randi Ann really appreciates the feel and the perfect fit of her Bullet Blues jeans. They are now her favorite pair to ride with. She is a size 30/34 and she said that it is hard for her to find a great pair of jeans that is embracing her curves like Bullet Blues jeans does, especially around her waist. As you may already know, our jeans really fit like a glove. Let’s not forget her sweet horse. Shiloh is a rescue horse from Arizona .

Love is in the air….. Our Arizona models are enjoying the moment in their Bullet Blues outfits made in USA. Kyle is rocking his BB Nationalist relaxed-fit boot-cut jeans paired with his BB Patton button-up shirt (100% cotton premium fabric). Randi Ann is looking pretty in the skirt and top from our Spring/Summer collection. Should be available soon on our site. Randi has been crowned 2014 Miss Navajo County Rodeo Queen. We are very proud to have both Kyle and Randi working with Bullet Blues.

You’ll Never See Me Cry by Soul-Cake

 “Let it go, let it go
I am one with the wind and sky
Let it go, let it go
You’ll never see me cry” 

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I haven’t connected with a Disney character for a long time, especially a princess (or queen in this case). Elsa is definitely one of my favorites. I can’t get enough of her and Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go”. Elsa’s the best part of the movie for me, and a character I know I’ll cherish for a long time.

I immediately felt fan art for her coming on, and I’m happy enough with the result that I’ll probably get her framed. I though the emphasis of her lighter, icy colors and transparency of most of her clothes (sleeves/cape) would get proper justice against black paper. Hope you like this one! I certainly had a blast with her hair :heart:

Colored pencil (Prismacolors) and white gel pen on 9x12” black Strathmore paper, 2014