Are Dogs Starting To Look Like Their Owners?

Are Dogs Starting To Look Like Their Owners?

According to one business owner, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’, as certain dogs are looking more like their owners, thanks to a new range of doggie outfits.

Lisa Fifer, owner, and chief designer, at UK-based brand, Red & Ginger which is based in the heart of the Devonshire countryside, create ethical, high-end, couture outfits for stylish pups and their eco-conscious owners.

“We’re noticing a definite trend and demand for ‘matching dog outfits’, as owners seek to style their dogs in complementary fashions, match clothing trends, and colours,” said Lisa.

‘Twinning’ as it’s called, is nothing new as you can twin with your kids and even your partner!  But now the trend is catching on in the dog world, so you can now be perfectly matched with your pampered pooch.

Red & Ginger is a boutique, ethical company, operating a zero-waste policy and aiming to be as carbon neutral as possible.   All their products are made on-site, plastic-free and they only use the highest quality metal hardware in their designs.

“A very important aspect of the work I do is to ensure that we create contemporary and unique items for the most discerning dogs, using recycled, upcycled and sustainable materials, so we’re having fun and saving the planet too.”

All products are handmade, made to measure and made to order, with collections starting from just £39, like the ‘Back To Kool’ range which features hoodies, collars and leads in bright and funky prints, or the ‘Lady Luxe’ Collection for dogs and their owners who love the finer things in life.

So, whether you’re looking online for a unique outfit that twins with your own, or you want the ultimate tailoring experience by visiting their new lifestyle store in charming Axminster, Devon, one thing is for sure, Red & Ginger will create a ‘paw-some’ outfit which twins with you and your pooch.

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Poppy Watt

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