I haven’t provided detailed descriptions for each of these items because I’ve only seen a few of them in person. But since many of us are either dog or cat people — or both — they deserve a roundup anyway. After all, furry family members should be celebrated. 

I’m besotted with our Yorkshire Terriers, so my heartstrings are pulled big time when I see doggy stuff, and especially Terrier stuff. Some might call these looks juvenile, silly, frivolous, or unstylish, and that’s okay. Personally, my emotions take over and all I see is a whole lot of cute and fun, and the adoration for the animal that goes along with it.

These might be items you wear at home as loungewear or sleepwear, in extremely casual settings, to work from home, or when you’re with like-minded dog and cat friends. Some of the items can be layered under a jacket or cardigan and look quite swish. Some are all about the holidays, while others are perfectly gorgeous enough to wear as dressier statement pieces.

The first find from Talbots is an extremely rare Winter sweater with sledding Schnauzers. If I had a Schnauzer, I’d be all over it. The Boden items are lovely quality. The Haflinger slippers are gorgeous and I’ve had several doggy pairs. Unfortunately, my long toes poked holes through the fabric within a month, so I stopped buying them. PJ Salvage makes great pyjamas, and the Scottie stuff from Macy’s is great every season. Radley London makes fabulous handbags and wallets. I have a light blue bag, a red wallet, and am thinking about adding the citron satchel. The navy Hobbs sweater at the end is on its way to me. If it fits and isn’t itchy, I will wear it out and about with pride.

Click through the links to get a closer look at the details, colours and graphics. Some of it will make you laugh!

Loft
Dog Sweater
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Talbots
Holiday Dog Socks
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Boden
Cassidy Pleated Skirt
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Hobbs
Katy Cotton Sweater
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