Kaya walks down memory lane in her puffy vest. Don't recognize the iconic ears peeking out of the hood? A Mickey Mouse appliqué on the back will jog your childhood memories!
Down vest by Creative Yoko, $27. creativeyoko.co.jp
Mr. Big is one hip hound in this pimpin' hoodie with gold chain and paw medallion appliqué.
American Pup Thug hoodie comes in black and pink for your punk princess as well. Available in XXS - M. americanpup.com
Hug tally: 100 and counting! Cuddly n' cozy in a pretty prepster Polo, Esther is ready for the cool, fashionable days of Fall.
Easy-care Angora-nylon blend Striped Polo with Pom Poms by the Dog Squad, $39. thedogsquad.com.
Let loose your inner tiger with RuffLuv’s Eye of the Tiger hoodie. Studded with gold and silver for a tough lookin’ outside and made of fleece for a snugly inside, it’s a sure bet Rover will think it’s the cat’s meow!
Kaya does fashion and function in her Owen and Olivia French Fleur collar and leash set. The lightweight, durable canvas collar and lead are perfect for the active dog who likes the finer things in life.
Owen and Olivia French Fleur collar for large breeds size M - XXL, $28 and lead, $36. owenandolivia.com
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A lazy afternoon in a rocking chair on the porch is what old man Mr. Big has on his mind. Cozy in his knit sweater and swanky fedora, it'll be a fine afternoon indeed.
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