Outfits to dress your dog up in are a dime a dozen these days. Think of a specific holiday or a weather condition, and it’s a guarantee that you can easily find an entire range of pooch-sized garb. But what if you want to think outside the box and really push the envelope of canine costuming? Well, you can start by taking a lead from these Internet mavericks who will be celebrating National Dress Up Your Pet Day with some truly left-field ensembles.
A lumberjack pup? Sure, why not! Although I’m not entirely convinced this dinky pooch really has the stature to survive a professional tree-felling session.
Always remember, Hello Kitty doesn’t discriminate, and you shouldn’t either!
A photo posted by @herewearedr on Jan 1, 2015 at 4:26am PST
When two becomes one! This bespoke double-dog costume is guaranteed to get people looking twice and reaching for their cameras when your canine pal struts down the street.
A photo posted by Vivian (@viviannnx3) on Jan 1, 2015 at 9:26pm PST
In 2015, this is the only acceptable way to get your shrimp nigiri delivered.
Sci-fi nerd dogs unite! This Star Wars-themed costume wins with its looks, although functionality might admittedly be an issue.
A photo posted by Cute Animals! (@cute_fluffy_critters_) on Dec 28, 2014 at 2:49pm PST
I think this Chihuahua is meant to be dolled up as Lady Gaga — although I’d like to think the conical (ahem) harness is a nod to Madonna’s Blond Ambition tour.
So, I guess #dogcleavage might now actually be a real hashtag …
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