Dressing Your Dog for Holiday Parties Posted on 07 Nov 10:44 , 0 comments
You are busy shopping for the holidays, buying gifts and clothing to wear to special occasions and holiday parties. Shopping lists are crossed off, gifts are wrapped, the tree is decorated and now the whole apartment smells like pine. Even your dog is freshly groomed and smells like the pampered royalty he or she always is. Now a very important question in your dog's mind arises: what is he or she going to wear to the Holiday Party of the Year?
The fine line between cute dog clothing and dog clothing that steps into the territory of weirdness makes dressing a dog just as difficult as dressing yourself. It's easy to throw a jacket on your dog to keep him or her warm when going for a short walk, or even a cute sweater and skirt when walking around Soho on a shopping spree. It's an entirely different ballgame when you are dressing your dog for the family Christmas party, or the annual Hanukkah dinner with people that are much older and wiser than you are (or younger and without your sense of style).
The Victoria Stoltz Holiday Hair Bow line was created for the holiday events that require a dog to be fashionable without looking like a dressed up teddy bear. The crystal embellished velvet hair bows are all handmade in Kate Stoltz's New York City design studio, using couture sewing techniques. Even the clasp of the hair bow was carefully selected by Kate, who tested five other versions before finding one that met her high standards of aesthetic appeal and durability, while staying in Victoria's hair through shaking, scratching and playing.
Brushing your dog's hair till it's silky, then clasping it back with a crystal embellished couture bow is the cutest way to dress up your dog without having your boss, family or co-workers question your maturity.