The women of "Duck Dynasty" Korie Robertson and daughter Rebecca Robertson are taking a break from the Duck Commander business and is running a successful boutique in West Monroe, La. called 'Duck & Dressing.'
Korie Robertson, 40 is the wife of Willie Robertson whom is the son of Duck Commander founder Phil Robertson and together they have three kids and two foster children, one being Rebecca Robertson.
Rebecca Robertson, 24 has always dreamed of opening a fashion store and studied fashion design at the Louisiana State University and interned and worked in Los Angeles for two years before becoming "home sick" and returning home to open the boutique with her mom Korie.
Korie struggled with her personal style on the hit A&E series when she was somewhat forced to wear bright colors rather than her laid back style of "Skinny jeans-- a little simple cute top" along with her crazy obsession with boots.
In an interview with Taste of Country on July 15, Korie talked about how she loves to shop and knew it was time to get involved in the chaotic fashion industry when daughter Rebecca left for Louisiana State:
It's actually something that I had talked about for a long time.--[Rebecca] called one day and was like 'I think I'm ready to come home' and I said 'I'm ready for you to come home so come on home, we'll open a store together."
And just like that, "Duck & Dressing" was born in December 2013 in their hometown of Monroe, Louisiana with a touch of Rebecca's experiences in Los Angeles combined with their country style and southern feel.
The boutique was such a success amongst fans all around the world that the mom and daughter duo then moved their fashions online for people all over to see and buy.
Rebecca works day and night on their clothing designs for the little hometown boutique and her mama Korie jokes about how she goes to the store just to shop; Rebecca made her DD debut on season 5 and hopes more fans will see her southern style.
It is clear that this is Rebecca's baby and her mother Korie is there with her full support and their "Duck & Dressing" boutique sounds like a recipe to success.