Here comes fall and designer Uta has been busily creating new autumn themed wear, darling new dresses that celebrate the season. From Thanksgiving dresses to just-anytime dresses, come visit the store to see what's new. :)
Sunday, August 31, 2014
My Mom has a really fun job because she gets to find doggie fabrics all day. These are some that she's considering of Yorkies and Maltese pups. Over on Facebook you can vote on the fabrics that she'll be using and even order dresses and boy clothes that aren't on the website yet! She makes it easy, you just send the dimensions and pay via PayPal and your clothes come right to your door. Do you have a favorite in these?
Posted by Little Dog Fashion at 11:59 AM
It's Labor Day, but soon we'll be headed for cooler weather and what pup doesn't deserve a couture coat that makes he or she look like a Russian prince or princess? Part of our Sari Beaux collection, designer Uta lets her imagination run wild with this gorgeously made byzantine style coat featuring faux fur accents and rich gold fabric on black ground. The fabric features St. Basil's Cathedral in Russia. Adorable blue frog closure keeps puppy warm while enchanting anyone who sees this outfit! But there's even more...a HAT, with a pointed top recalling the spire of the cathedral. Available for order (as is all couture) and retails at $260.
Posted by Little Dog Fashion at 11:46 AM
What is cuter than a small dog dressed up like another animal? We can't think of anything. Our special collection is handmade, and you can't find these costumes anywhere else. Our designer Uta came up with this series to be playful and non-scary for the little dog owner who appreciates quality fabrics that are snuggly and fun to wear. Among the animals are pig, donkey, cow, panda and leopard (not usually found in the barnyard but oh so fashionable).
Posted by Little Dog Fashion at 11:34 AM
When we say we do custom design, we really mean it. For a Disney movie lover of "Frozen" we created a special costume for girls based on one of the main characters. It went over so well we had a request to do the sister's coronation outfit. Here's how we sourced the fabric - after much searching we found a great fit on spoonflower.com, then the embroidery for the black bodice came from Etsy, always a great source. This is being made for an adorable little Biewer Yorkie, called Tiffany. Her brother Pistol will be wearing another costume we'll make based on another character (the guy in the white coat). How cute is this for Halloween?
Posted by Little Dog Fashion at 11:28 AM