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Zara is now selling stylish outfits for your dogs


Keep your pooch warm and stylish this January (Picture: Zara)

There’s nothing we love more than spoiling our pooches. 

From treats to toys to unexpected cuddles, dogs deserve the world and more. 

And they also deserve to look chic as they go about their daily business and enjoy their walks. 

Thankfully, retailer Zara is kitting our pets out in some seriously stylish gear. 

As part of the brand’s pet collection, Zara is selling clothing and accessories that will help you to match with your best friends. 

Some of the items on offer include beautiful and bright raincoats in colours like green, yellow and red. The coats come in sizes XS to XXL. 

The raincoats are especially adorable (Picture: Zara)

Meanwhile, for dogs who prefer a muted look, Zara is also selling a quilted jacket that will keep them warm and on-trend at the same time. The black quilted beauty also comes in a stunning orange and khaki shade too. 

Alongside the jackets is a stunning nylon belt bag with strap that can be placed on your dog’s neck making it the perfect place to keep all their favourite treats safe. 

You can even coordinate with your pet (Picture: Zara)

To add to your pet accessories, owners can also invest in a range of leads in different colourways, harnesses and stunning carrier bags. 

For those who prefer smaller bags, there is a trendy mini crossbody on offer with quilted faux-leather detail. It even includes a rounded metal opening at the front so you can easily take out dog poop bags when needed. 

Another option is a larger nylon carrier with enough pockets and space to carry everything you need for larger pets. 

The accessories are stylish too (Picture: Zara)

Even better, all the products are currently on sale. Prices start as low as £5.99 with the most expensive item coming in at £29.99.

Dogs walks have never looked better. 

Shop the full collection here.

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