Pet owners who are into fashion are always looking to style up their pooches too. For the longest time, however, it was incredibly difficult to find fashionable yet high-quality dog wear.
Fortunately, today, more and more fashion designers are entering the pet space, using their artistry to create marvelous fashion accessories, ranging from leashes and harnesses to legit clothes.
If you are looking to spice up your pup’s look, check out the wares of our favorite designer dog brands, and watch your doggo transform from a shaggy canine to a sophisticated pooch.
1. Canine Styles
If you follow celebrity dogs on Instagram, most of them get their pieces from Canine Styles, especially if they are based in New York City. This designer typically releases two new luxe collections every year, and they are usually based on the latest trends in human fashion. Therefore, you can be sure that your pup will always be rocking the latest street look.
2. Ruby Rufus
Ruby Rufus is a label based in Britain and is renowned for its exquisite dog snoods and sweaters. No doubt, their offerings are worth checking out when looking to make your dog fashionable during the winter months. Ruby Rufus recently collaborated with celebrated fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni to design a custom cashmere collection, borrowing inspiration from Chiara’s French bulldog.
3. Oh Joy!
Oh Joy is an exclusive pet collection by designer Joy Cho. This designer has a stellar resume in the world of baby clothes, party supplies, and home décor. However, their new pet collection might just be their best work yet.
4. ED Ellen Degeneres
When Ellen is not keeping people entertained, she is actively involved in design. She has employed her artistic mind in just about everything, ranging from home décor to human clothes and accessories. As a tribute to her adorable pooches, Ellen is now designing gorgeous doggy clothes and accessories.
Based in the fashion-savvy San Francisco, Rororiri is a designer who stays true to their heritage. Their lineup consists of cute and unique bandanas, cardigans, and a host of other endearing outfits. And these are custom to ensure that your pup will not run into another doggo sporting a similar outfit.
Even though they are based in Korea, the Barker brand does international shipping. This designer is renowned for their ultra-cool styles, consisting of harnesses, leashes, denim jackets, bomber jackets, and more. If you think your pooch could use an extra dose of swagger, consider getting them something from Barker.
If Leonardo DiCaprio and his pooch Django are fans of this brand, then we can’t help ourselves. But If that is not convincing enough, maybe you will want to check out their wares after you hear that Lady Gaga’s pooch, Asia, also rocks outfits by Moshiqa.
This luxury pet brand designs everything, including custom bathrobes, to ensure that your doggo feels like royalty.
8. Ralph Lauren Pets
This high-end fashion brand has also joined the pet space, making collared shirts and vests for dogs, complete with their classic pony logo. Make your pup stand out with any of their wares from their collection.
The LazyBonezz brand is a modern, hip design mother-daughter team that came about in a bid to create a plush bed for their pup. The brand has since expanded to cover all sorts of doggo accessories and clothes.
This is another pet brand that is incredibly popular among celebs, with A-listers such as Gwyneth Paltrow vouching for it. She has termed it as “her favorite designer brand when it comes to dogs.” Other celebs whose pooches rock Max-Bone include Vanessa Hudgens and Kylie Jenner. Max-Bone’s offerings range from classic styles to modern streetwear.
Designer Dog Harnesses
Gone are the days when you had to make custom harnesses and other accessories for Fido when looking to spruce up their style. Today, luxury designer brands are devoting themselves to not only give your pup some style but also make sure that they are comfortable. If you are looking for a killer harness, start by checking out what the above brands have to offer.
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