Best In Park likes to consider themselves, “a little old school,” meaning they love “handsome gentleman’s checks, classic styling, and are partial to a bow-tie when the occasion arises.” But above everything, they are “old school” about the quality of their craftsmanship and the superior materials they work with.
Babies and Beasts is a Canadian company that makes practical and stylish clothing for your modern babies and beasts. Think of it as a cool one-stop shop for your four and two-legged loved ones. For me, my beast is my baby, so naturally I focused all of my attention on the incredible selection of dog coats and jackets available.
iDog Japan is a company that was initially focused on making human sports clothing but switched to dog clothes when the pet industry began to explode. Located in the former garment district of Western Toyama, Japan, the company was able to sustain its business as a dog clothing manufacturer, and now, retailer. They have a commitment to making quality garments that are as “kawaii” (“cute” in Japanese) as possible. I’d say they’ve succeeded!
Shop for iDog Japan products here.
When I received an email about Italian company I LOVE MY DOG?s Fall/Winter 2011-2012 collection, I instantly took to the idea of doggie puffer jackets. Nothing is cuter than a pug in a puffer.
For 16 years, Voyagers K9 Apparel has been creating quality canine wear. Wanting to fulfill their missions of creating the best fitting dog coats and accessories available, Voyagers K9 Apparel has started to fabricate breed-specific dog coats and clothing designed to fit the contours of your dog’s body. Considering dogs are the most diverse species in the world, creating breed-specific apparel makes obvious sense.
Someone sent me a link to some cute baby clothes and accessories from South American brand Picnic, and I discovered they had a super selection of adorable pet products as well. Go ahead, match your baby to your dog.
Mijo & Bambi is a San Francisco-based small pet company that makes dog apparel from mostly organic, remnant, and/or recycled fabrics for toy breed dogs. Each piece is made locally in downtown San Francisco. Three percent of each purchase is donated to animals in need.