10 Great Dog Coats + DIY Projects

by Grace Bonney

Last weekend I found myself fishing around in my wallet for money to pay for Hope’s first winter sweater. I never thought I’d actually own a dog, let alone buy clothes for one, so to look in my hallway and see a fair isle dog sweater next to my own is a little surreal. That said, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ve had so much fun finding a few cute options to keep Hope warm in the winter (My veterinarian said it was a good idea, I promise!) so I thought I’d share some of my favorite options here this morning. If these don’t suit your style, I’ve also rounded up some great DIY versions below that you can try and customize to fit your needs. And if you need some more pet ideas, click here to check out our Human/House/Harvey archives for more pooch fun. xo, grace

Image above: 1. Alexi Coat $45 | 2. Reversible Coat $55 | 3. Navy Puffer $210 | 4. Voyagers Winter Coat $57 | 5. Yellow Hooded coat $45 | 6. Witney Coat $75 | 7. Pixley Tweed Coat $210 | 8. Quilted Coat $95 | 9. Porter Wool Coat $58 | 10. Charcoal Duffel $45

More dog coat ideas after the jump!

Image above: Field coat for dogs $29.95

Image above: Filson Dog Coat $75

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