Top 5 Best Dog Clothing and Accessory Brands

With Fashion Week going full bore, spread the word that street style isn’t just for humans. As pet owners lavishly spoil their four-legged friends — think dog DNA tests and healing pet reiki sessions — it’s becoming increasingly commonplace to significantly invest in Fido’s closet, whether it’s a seasonal cold-weather coat or a matching collar and leash set.

On the off chance that you’re looking to seriously upgrade your dog’s closet, a scope of designers and boutiques cater to stylish pet owners who don’t compromise about their furry relatives. Sleek leather collars, plush sweaters, and cushioned jackets blend fashion and capability for a look that will knock some people’s socks off at the dog park. From premium pet supply brand Wild One to cozy outerwear by Rororiri, to Vital Puppies’ shrunken streetwear staples, look at our number-one brands and stores for top-of-the-line dog clothing in varying styles and sticker costs.

1. Boo Oh

Seattle-based pioneer Jay Sae Jung Oh, an artist and industrial designer, looks to her French Bulldog Boo for inspiration. Specializing in handmade collars and leashes, Boo Oh merges smart reasonableness with current design. Hand-assembled in Seoul, accessories are constructed of premium Italian leather and aluminum hardware in both silver and gold tones suited to varying proprietor preferences. Matching leather pouches can store crap bags, treats, and keys, while the patent-pending Beam Harness features an implicit leash. The brand’s website even boasts three arranged dog playlists for various moods — Chill, Awakening, and Rush.

2. Dog & Co.

An online and physical shop based in New York City, Dog & Co. carries a scope of brands and styles to match any demeanor. The store’s in-house line offers versatile knitwear, and its extensive roster of stocked brands includes Dentists Appointment, the Australian name Eye Of Dog (known for its charming bike dog vest), and Dusen. Make a flighty, colorful closet for your pet with realistic sweaters, panther puffer jackets, and sassy dog-label charms.

3. max-bone

Organizer and President Parisa Fowles-Pazdro combines elements from her Swedish upbringing and fashion foundation for a polished collection of dog toys, accessories, and clothing. Sweaters sewed with Aspen ski motifs, plaid ties, and Swarovski crystal collars are ideally suited for an uptown dog. Your dog can try and dress up as Olaf, Elsa, and Sven with Max Bone’s collection of Frozen-inspired sweaters.

5. Muttropolis

A genuine retail outlet of pet clothing, accessories, and supplies, Muttropolis offers a gigantic selection of categories including shirts, dresses, jackets, and even pajamas. An exhaustive scope of styles such as woven collars, camo accessories, and denim jackets will satisfy pups, all things considered. The website’s “couture shop” collection is loaded with nervy dog-accommodating takes on Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Hermès to match mark-loving owners.

6. Pets So Good

New York City startup Pets So Good exclusively stocks products designed by imaginative firms in South Korea, a country that, according to Brand Accomplice Sally Choi, is “an inventive mecca we call our second home.” The result is an exceptionally organized online shop loaded with sleek, simple, and useful pet products such as pastel collar and harness sets, sushi-shaped toys, and sculptural dog beds made in collaboration with design studio Terrible Marlon.

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