You and your dog can now match hoodies thanks to PrettyLittleThing

Alexandra Hourigan 30 November 2017 NEWS


If you've got a bond with your canine best pal that you just have to show the world, this is perfect.

There are some dog lovers out there who want nothing more than to shout the love they have for their fur baby to the world – and this is definitely a pretty big statement. PrettyLittleThing has released a line of loungewear specifically for you and your little pal, so yes, you can match as you strut on a walk.

The puppy pullovers feature a button up design, back pocket detailing and cosy fit – so even if they wriggle, you know that the hoodie will be nice and secure on your best li'l mate.

The only thing is that (unsurprisingly) PrettyLittleThing don't have a puppy size guide to reference when you're picking which sweater or pullover is best for your dog – so knowing measurements is key. They do however come in sizes small, medium and large with average measurements to get the best idea for your four-legged friend.

The hoodies come in the colours of black, orange and red so you totally have options when it comes to matching or just go ahead and buy all of them.

In even better news, PrettyLittleThing have constant sales (currently with 50% off everything) so most of the time these new and purrfect outfits for you and your furry friend will often be on sale. Maybe a potential Christmas present? I think yes.

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