From a weekend at the ski lodge to ringing in the New Year, your dog not only can be part of every winter occasion, but also look super stylish doing it in fashion-forward dog apparel.
We put together several dog outfits to make sure your furry fashionista is dressed to impress this season.
Even if your pup is a “less is more” type of dog, you’ll find some simple accessories, like a holiday-themed bandana or decorative collar, to take her look to the next level while keeping her comfort in mind.
1. Ski Weekend Lodge Look
Do your weekend plans involve heading to the mountains and hitting the slopes? While your dog might not be allowed on the ski trails, your chances are pretty good that he can still cozy up with you at the lodge, especially in one of these dog-friendly ski towns.
To help your dog handle the chilly weather, we paired a super-soft cardigan with a neutral infinity scarf and brought in a pop of color with a bright red knitted hat. Now your dog can tackle the weather while looking like a skiing superstar!
2. TV Binge Fest
On chilly winter nights, binge-watching a TV show with your fur family is a perfect way to spend the evening. So, slip into your sweatpants and get your snuggle on.
The first look we put together is a pink Adidog hoodie that’s paired with adorable heart socks. Look 2 is a matching Adidog tracksuit in red with comfy, cable knit socks.
Both looks are adorable. But let’s be honest, it’s all about the comfort with this one!
3. Holiday Paw-ty
‘Tis the season for social gatherings. If your four-legged friend is a party animal, make sure she puts her best foot forward in a festive ensemble.
This holiday paw-ty look is comfy and chic. Fair Isle sweaters are a seasonal staple, providing warmth and style, and the vibrant bandana adds a bit of holiday flare. Your pup just might be the party’s best dressed guest!
4. Christmas Day
Our gift to you is an easy holiday outfit to dress your dog in. Whether you’re hosting Christmas at your house or just want an adorable four-legged Santa Claus on Christmas morning, this dog Santa costume delivers.
It’s as effortless as it is adorable since the Santa jumpsuit, belt and Santa hat all come together as a package deal.
Get this look:
Santa Claus Outfit: Rubie’s Costume Company Santa Claus Dog Costume
5. New Year’s Eve
You celebrate on New Year’s Eve, so why not invite your favorite fur friend to do it with you in style? Dance the night away with your pupper, and don’t forget to get those sweet puppy kisses when the clock strikes midnight.
We’ve paired a black shirt with a lace tutu—our doggy answer to the Little Black Dress. And the sequined hat offers a touch of sparkle, which is a must for such a flashy holiday. Your dog will be the belle of the ball—even if that ball is just the two of you in your living room.
6. Snow Day
Everyone loves a snow day. It means no school, no work and all play! If the weather outside isn’t too frightful, get outdoors and enjoy the crisp, fresh air with your dog. But dressing for snow day conditions certainly doesn’t mean your dog can’t look super stylish.
Put your pup in this warm parka with faux fur fringe and keep her feet protected from snow and salt with a pair of dog boots. He’ll be ready for all the snow day adventures and photo ops.
7. Valentine’s Day
A special day meant to celebrate love gets two looks … mainly because we just love them both. If you have two dogs at home, dress them both up and serve them a special meal for all the love they give you and each other.
The first look screams, “love is in the air,” with a heart collar and a bright red heart tutu. And if tutus aren’t for your dog, look two is equally heart-warming.
The second look features a classic red polo shirt paired with a stylish heart bandana that has the word “love” printed on it. No matter which outfit you choose, your dog (or dogs) will be a heartthrob.
By Chewy Editorial
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