Pet accessory retailer launches swimwear line

on Tuesday,August 10,2010 01:08


Celebrities such as Paris Hilton may have been dressing their dogs for years, but now any pet owner can purchase fashions for their best friend. Dog lovers who plan on bringing their pet on vacation may now do so in style. Animal accessory retailer Doggie Couture Shop is currently offering bathing suits that are designed for canines.

The Waikiki bikini is the newest addition to Doggie Couture's bathing suit and swim trunks line. The pink bikini features a floral tube-top with elastic straps and Velcro closure. The bottom has a bow detail and Velcro closures as well.

Doggie Couture's line of canine swimwear is made of 95 percent polyester and 5 percent spandex to provide the most comfort to the wearer. The company also offers dog costumes and accessories for pets of all sizes.

According to the company's website, Doggie Couture is the authorized retailer of Ed Hardy, Chrome Bones, Christian Audigier Collection and other famous brands. The shop also carries pet carriers for the car or travel.

Adults who wish to design accessories for pets may benefit from enrolling in a fashion or merchandising design program at an art school. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans with a degree in one of these industries could earn more than $124,780 per year. These professionals often have knowledge of textiles, fabrics, ornamentation and fashion trends.

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