Pooches shine at shaadis
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“Indian weddings are all about details. From wedding invites to outfits, everything is thoughtfully selected," says designer Maahika Mehta, adding that the same meticulous planning is now being applied to pets' wardrobes. "With pets being an integral part of each family, every parent wants their furry babies to look just as glamorous as them,” she explains.
From sherwanis with embellished jewels to paithani silk saree bows, pooches are spoilt for choice this wedding season.
Shanaya Malhotra, who will tie the knot this month, says, “My pooch Amy will be sporting a jacket that matches the colour of my lehenga, along with a pearl necklace. I have planned my trousseau keeping her in mind as well.”
Comfort is a top priority
Comfort is of highest priority, when it comes to styling pets, say, parents. In fact, Avantika Banerjee says she took her indie dog, Kittu, and her cat Kitti for several trials, ahead of her wedding. "I chose an outfit that was high on style, but made sure I didn't compromise on their comfort," she says.
Designer Vinay Dey adds, “Opt for a stylish yet minimalistic approach. Pets do not like being overdressed. A beautiful bow, comfy jacket and necklace are enough. Make sure you don't overdo it and hassle your pets in the bargain.”
The growing demand for pet wedding wear has created a niche market for it, and so today, pet parents have ample options to choose from.
Kunda Kulkarni, a pet fashion designer says, “There are a lot of opportunities for designers to be creative as well. From sherwanis to jackets and kurtas - design outfits keeping the theme of the wedding in mind. Pet parents don’t want something frivolous and take pet fashion seriously, which keeps us on our toes as well, and makes us constantly think out of the box."
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