Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) Just like there are seasonal trends in clothing for people, there are also trends in doggie couture. When you head out to play dates and puppy classes, you don’t want your pooch to be dressed in last season’s duds. The following trend report will help you dress your pooch in style, so your dog will look just as fashionable as you do when you hit the town.
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) HOT • Plaid and Gingham: Plaid and Gingham were popular trends in doggie couture for the last winter and fall seasons. • These patterns are still very on-trend, in tropical and citrus-y colors. • A cute t-shirt, collared top or teeny skirt in a fresh pattern is very hot for this season’s fashionable pooches.
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) HOT • Headbands and Bows: These little trinkets never go out of style in doggie fashion. A cute headband with a large flower or some bling in the form of rhinestones and crystals is very hot this season. • Collars: Collars are very on-trend for every season; the decorations on the collars change as the seasons change. For spring and summer 2014, big flowers and lots of sparkle are the trend on collars.
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) HOT • ID Tags: ID tags can be a functional fashion statement. Add some bling to your dog’s ID tag, and she’ll be cute and always know how to find her way home if you get separated. • For the Guys: Our man-dogs can’t run around in sparkly collars and bows and ribbons. This spring and summer, tweed is very hot for the most masculine of pets. A tweed collar with tie, and a jaunty hat are super-cute and will have all the girl doggies looking your pup’s way. For an evening play date, a coat and tails are super-hot and will make your dog the talk of the town!
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) HOT • Don’t Ignore Comfort: We’ve all seen dogs that are dressed in inappropriate attire. Hems dragging under their paws and hats flopping over their eyes may be cute to some, but can actually cause an injury to the pet. Don’t sacrifice your dog’s comfort for the sake of a cute outfit. • Don’t Ignore Safety: This goes along with the comfort aspect. If your dog can’t see or walk in an outfit, it’s best to scrap it for something else. Even the cutest outfit is not worth your dog’s health or safety.
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) HOT • Don’t Overdo It: This is also important. With puppy couture, less is better when you are talking about play dates and visits to friends and family. A cute collar or jaunty bow on the ear makes a better statement than a long gown or outfit that can get dirty during your travels. • Respect Your Dog: If your dog doesn’t like an outfit or accessory, respect his wishes. Choose something else that he likes better. Chances are, your dog is resisting an item of clothing for a reason – maybe it hurts his tummy or restricts his breathing. You should never sacrifice the well-being of your dog in the name of fashion.
Nuvet labs|Pet Couture: What’s Hot (And What’s Not) Not • Every dog can dress in the latest fashions, regardless of size or breed. • For the small breeds, such as Poodles, Pekingese and Pugs, you can usually hit your local upscale pet store and purchase great outfits and accessories off the rack. • For those with the larger breeds of dogs, such as Huskies, Great Danes and German Shepherds, you may not be able to buy clothing off the rack. • There are lots of great online retailers that cater to the most fashionable of large breed dogs, so you may wish to check them out for the hottest in pet couture.
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