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Carrie is wearing a skull print duster in wine, $49 (S-3X); Rub- berband stretch pull-on jeans, $49 (1/2-15/16); mocha tunic dress, $29; fringe hip pack, $32; taupe vegan suede laser-cut boots, $55; waterfall necklace in black and sil- ver by Trisha Waldron Designs, $29; horseshoe nail earrings by Anna’s Girl Jewelry, $14. All avail- able at Doc & Alice in Hill City. Carrie Moore lives by the saying, “No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.” S Carrie Moore’s infatuation with clothing started long before she could walk, thanks to her grandmother, a seamstress from France. “She made all of my clothes when I was young,” Moore said. “I remember standing on her dining room chair while she measured and cut fabric around me. It was always fun to watch her work.” Moore still has a number of clothing items her grandma made, including her favorite — a knitted Minnie Mouse sweater, complete with a copied image of Minnie Mouse, but wearing a purple bow. “Purple was my favorite color at the time,” Moore remem- bers. “Pretty sure it’s not copyright-approved, but that’s OK. It doesn’t fit anymore anyway!” Story by Carrie Moore • Photography by Jason Ferguson & Norma Najacht DOWN COUNTRY ROADS 27