|Article Author: Dog Clothing Review - A Merryvaluation by Angie McKaig
Comparatively speaking, I'm an old fogey when it comes to the world of upscale doggie duds. I've seen a sheer ton of designers come and go over the last six and a half years. And I feel I'm qualified to tell you the truth:
Very few designers out there are coming out with the breadth, depth, quirkiness, and outstanding quality of dog clothing that we've seen time and again from Wooflink.
This month's review is no different - we've got three items on review: a t-shirt dress (Sweet), an "all-in-one", with pants and top together in one connected outfit (Polka Dot), and a fall-weight tank dress (Like a Bad Girl). And each of them charmed us with their style, and impressed us with their quality.
Sweet, billed as a dog t-shirt but actually more like a t-shirt dress, is a cute little thing. It's designed like a tank top (but with slightly heavier-weight t-shirt material) with fluttery bits at the arms and waist, a charming pink bow over the right shoulder, and a torso covered with candies. The charming tee also features an embroidered badge and ribbon near the hem, that declares your pup "The Cutest Pooch". Which, of course, they are.
Polka Dot has to be one of the cutest all-in-ones we've ever seen. The top is a tank made from soft pink t-shirt material with hot pink trim. The entire back of the top is covered with pink ruffles, edged in hot pink. The top is "puffy" - flows like it's tucked into the pants, even though it's all one piece. A large pink bow sits over the tail and also at the chest. The attached pants are a coordinating pink with white polka dot, complete with a ruffled edge at the ankle. But the best part, in our opinion, was the bead chain that hangs from the "waist" - a gold-look chain with various buttons, beads and charms dangles and catches the eye as your pet walks. Killer. Cute.
The third outfit, Like a Bad Girl, is a fantastic casual dress. The top looks layered but is actually a single tank with a window of striped material between the shoulder blades. It features a heavier-weight skirt (kind of a sweatshirt material) in two layers; it's held together with a cute black bow at the waist. Some of the trademark Wooflink icons - skulls and peace signs - decorate the skirt.
All three outfits require hand-washing, due to the amount of detail in each piece, and are made from 100% cotton.
The fit of all three outfits, as with everything we've ever tried from Wooflink, is spot-on and fits Merry like a glove. These folks know how to design for pups. And the quality is really second to none - the workmanship is excellent, and you can actually feel the difference in the quality of Wooflink clothes the moment you pick them up. They have a better weight to them, a better drape to the materials, and a cleaner look overall in terms of construction.
Each outfit also, like all Wooflink clothing, comes in its own zippered plastic hanging bag with carboard hanger to keep the clothes looking like new between wearings.
I can't say enough good things about these dog outfits. Merry's already worn Polka Dot many, many times in public and gets rave reviews from her public every time. If you love dog clothes and you don't yet have Wooflink hanging in your closet, you don't know what you're missing.
You can find out more about Wooflink from their web site at www.wooflink.com.