Lots of tulle makes this a good choice as a bridesmaid dog dress, especially since the jersey top is stretchy and comfortable. The white and pastel colors look cute on all pups.
The sizes run very small, and while this dress is available in a size called “x large”, that’s only for a 30-pound Boston terrier-sized dog.
Stretchy fabric in bright red has a fun ruffled tutu with a paw print design. This comes in a wide range of sizes and has fasteners for easy on and off. Low price.
The tutu runs long, which gives it extra flare on some breeds but drags on the ground for others.
Fashionista fur-babies look feminine in this colorful, spring forward design with ruffles and a faux belt. Lightweight fabric keeps your dog cool, while also being a good choice for a posh occasion.
The over-the-head design can be awkward to use on the larger breeds.
This comes with a touch fastener at the high-cut belly, making it easy to put on and take off. It also comes with a matching organza veil (in case it’s actually your pup who is getting married.)
This style only comes in limited sizes (xx small, x small and small.)
This lightweight jersey knit dress is stretchy and comfortable, while the tulle underskirt and beachy sea creature print gives it a fun, summery look. The smocked chest provides an easy fit.
There has been some confusion with the sizing, which runs much larger than most.
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With more and more fur babies being given a starring role in weddings or family portraits, it’s little wonder that prêt-à-porter doggie duds are popular. It’s best to seek out designs that allow for toilet freedom and that you can still use a collar and leash with if you are walking your dog in it. Plenty of stretch is a plus, as are easy-to-wash fabrics. Make sure to follow all the measuring directions for sizing carefully, since they vary widely with each brand. Be mindful and make sure your dog doesn’t chew on the fabric or swallow any buttons and bows, either — they should always be supervised when wearing clothing. It may take a few tries before your dog gets used to wearing a dress and doesn’t wriggle out of it, but the Instagram photos will be worth the effort.