Dogtastic Autumn/Winter 2014 Fashion

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

As the days are getting shorter and cooler, it’s time to dig up our winter wardrobe, ready for the chilly months ahead. That said, there are a few doggy-inspired items on the high-street at the moment that are definitely worth saving some space in the wardrobe for.

We’ve tracked down the best pieces for you to pick from, to make sure your winter is as adorable as it is cosy.

The top:

Wear your love of Frenchies with pride with this adorable H&M top

dog tshirt

The Jumper:

Almost as fluffy as the floppy eared dog decorating it, this jumper from South will keep you warm and snuggly

dog jumper

The dress:

Beautiful and stylish, you will look both cute and elegant in this Scotty Dog Yumi dress

dog dress

The Christmas novelty t-shirt:

A Pug sporting a Santa hat and red bow – what’s not to love??

womens dog top

The outwear:

Waterproofs can be quite dull, but this Joules one from John Lewis cannot be more fun! We think we spotted a few Labradors, some Border Terriers and possibly a Corgi

dog poncho

The beanie:

What can be better than wearing a Bulldog on your head?

dog beanie hat

The mittens:

Keep your paws warm with these charming Scotty mittens from Dorothy Perkins

pet mittens

The scarf:

Another multi breed, and super stylish creation from M&S – is that a Jack Russell we spot? Which breeds can you recognise?

dog scarf

The PJs:

This could be a Yorkie, but we’re not sure. Either way, it will make your night’s rest that much lovelier.

Tyorkie pjs

The slippers:

It really doesn’t get much cosier than these super fluffy white slippers from New Look (just try to resist the urge to wear them outside!)

dog slippers

Something the guys:

The T-shirt:

Look effortlessly cool wearing this effortlessly cool urban pooch shirt from Hugo Boss

orange dog tshirt

The socks:

You can never have enough socks, especially when they’re this dog-tastic!

dog socks

Happy shopping!

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