Puttin’ in the Dog: Luxury Canine Couture by Chappy & Bailey

Who knew that your pet could not only stay warm for the holidays but also be the most stylish eco-pooch on the block? With a cashmere sweater from Chappy & Bailey made of the finest Italian cashmere in an eco-responsible way its easy. The Yarns are hand-picked with colors and styles directly inspired from the runways of Milan. Your four-footed friends can feel cozy and comfortable in these American Classics with that extra touch of Italian luxury. Now, your best friend can be just as elegant as you for his or her holiday parties, walk-abouts and family visits.

Owner/Designer Colleen Viets started her collections by making the sweaters for her own pets. From there, she developed a following of private clients demanding the latest fashions, styles and colors for their own pets.  We’re personally mad for the little doggy turtlenecks and happy the new “Fall/Winter collection entitled “Winifred”  will now be available at BARNEY’s NEW YORK, in their Canine Couture Boutique.  All the Italian Cashmere yarns are grown and harvested responsibly and the collections are made here in the US.  Chappy & Bailey has embraced an English Bespoke approach with its custom collections you’ll be able to order directly from the website.  For further information about their sweaters and for a store near you see the newly launched website:   http://www.chappyandbailey.com

Editor’s Note:  Full Disclosure:  Our blog posts are earned media with the exception of some articles that are paid advertorial placements and Chappy & Bailey falls into that category.  Thanks. 

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