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Zara Dogs: Great high-street gear for fashion-conscious pooches
18 February 2021 @ 17:09

NOT content with just dressing humans, Spain's largest and most world-famous fashion empire has started a new clothing line for pets. 

As well as collars, leads and pup-beds, dogs can now strut about the streets of Spain in the latest New Zealand rugs to protect them from the cold and rain, bomber jackets for extra padding, or cotton scarves and jackets to shield them from the heat, thanks to the new Zara range for the furry members of the family.

Or they can simply don any of these merely to give themselves a new look – or even to match their humans, since a walking accessory on a lead always ups one's street cred, as most dogs firmly believe.

Dogs shown on Zara's new online catalogue showcasing just-released designs are all family pets of the human models presenting the high-street store's seasonal range for bipeds, and creators behind the scenes said the pooches were very 'content', 'well-behaved', 'relaxed', and generally just enjoying the attention.

The fact their own humans were their handlers during the photo-shoot meant they were completely at ease, the team reveals.

Pet outfits from the most global brand owned by the fashion empire Inditex vary in price from around €9.95 for 'doggie-bag bags' – so you don't have to stuff your pockets with plastic pouches for poo-collection when out walking – through to around €25.95 for a padded coat.

Many of the new pooch pieces are in similar colour schemes, patterns and fabric as the women's, men's and children's collections, so fashion-conscious dogs can make sure that the human accessory attached to their collars complements their own look.


Supermarket shopping in style

The new range to hit the 'dogwalk' comes just four months after Zara launched its collection of pull-along shopping trolleys, in a bid to keep on selling at a time when nobody was buying.



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