StitchyStitchDesigns is selling matching face masks and bandanas, so you can coordinate with your four-legged friend.
The brand has recognised that while coronavirus face masks are not necessary for dogs (and shouldn’t be worn for safety reasons), they can match with their owners with an adorable bandana.
The combos are available in a whole host of designs, including polka dot, watermelon and flamingo prints, as well as rainbow patterns and more.
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Other masks incorporate one of the year’s biggest trends – tie dye. These are available in hot pink, light pink, dark purple, light purple, yellow and orange.
But the shop also stresses that it’s happy to take requests for alternative colours.
If the matching patterns weren’t enough, StitchyStitchDesigns also offers the option to get the items personalised with the first letter of a canine’s name.
INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: The United States has the highest pet dog population in the world. Approximately 75.8 million in fact.
Of course, we know dogs come in all shapes and sizes, so the shop asks customers to state the breed and weight of their pet at the personalisation stage, so it can customise the bandana to fit.
The product description reads: ‘Twinning with our dogs with a monogram face mask and matching pet owner face mask will definitely be a fashion statement.’
For the matching set, prices start from £12.20 for a standard bundle and go up to £15.45 for the personalised garments.
On their own, the dog bandanas cost £5.69 and the human face masks are priced at £8.13 – but these may vary with designs.
If the reviews are anything to go by, dog owners will not be disappointed.One happy customer commented: ‘Love the bandanas! Shipped and delivered faster than expected! Great quality and looks adorable on my pups. Going to order more!’
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