Emblazoned with monograms in place of fur, these charms function as either a collar charm for Fido or a key chain for you. If your pets can't get enough of Gucci, check out the new line of Guccioli charms in several breeds to match that fancy backpack from years' past.
Some dogs simply won't tolerate a hat or veil atop their heads, and a full costume seems way too stuffy, especially for Summer. If you want to let a pet celebrate your big day with a little collar addition, there are these charms to do the trick.
Now I'm wondering if the disparity between the price of the Dog Groom ($65) and Dog Bride ($95) has something to do with the fact that a bride would probably be more willing than a groom to shell out the cash for this Swarovski crystal and seed bead pendant. Either way, would you buy in?
We know preppy pets rock collar charms, but what are you thinking about puttin' on these tiny dancing shoes? Even though I'm fairly certain it's meant as your accessory, Kelly Osbourne recently showed up with this on her dog's collar. Since the Juicy Couture clip also comes with the people price tag of $50, would you be keeping this one for yourself instead?
Each birth bone is encrusted with 100 stunning Swarovski crystals in the colors of your pup's birthstone. That's right, both the front and back are covered with the sparkle. Though, at $40 a pop, I'd be worried the charm would pop off my dog's collar on our evening walkies, you could add this to your own necklace or key chain instead. The only question is . . . would you?
I was taking my usual Sunday stroll though the city with North over the weekend, and stopped into one of my favorite pet shops to find a new line of ultra-cool doggie accessories. Called Rockin' Doggie, these pieces are undoubtedly inspired by rock n' roll, but are stylish enough to wear every day. I loved the guitar pic ID tags adorned with your pup's initial on the front (N for North, of course), and was really digging the leather poop bag holder that comes in a variety of colors.
I'll tell you now that these fashions don't come cheap, but hey – when you're living a wild rockin' lifestyle, you spare no expense. Check out a few of my favorite pieces in the widget below.
Remember those Italian charm bracelets that were all the rage for a while? Well, now you can relive those moments of indecisiveness through your pooch with the PupPup collars and charms. But what's better than the old charm bracelets for humans is that these leather customizable collars are reversible – two collars in one! For only $35 dollars, that's a great deal!
Once you decide on the collar color (trust me, it's a tough decision), you can pick and choose which bling to add on: letters, charms, artsy buttons, or words (around $5 each). It's all up to you. But remember, this is for your pet, not you!
Obviously, the first step to getting engaged is a ring! And finding the right mate, of course. So, if you've decided to propose to your pet's BFF, this Engagement Ring Charm ($75) from Juicy Couture is just the thing to let all other suitors know that a pet is taken. With a ginormous cubic zirconium stone set in 14k gold-plated brass, it totally looks like the real thing, but doesn't come with the price tag that your dream engagement ring would!
Even though it's obvs not a necessity, accessorizing your pet can be fun. Especially when it's something that doesn't get in their way, like a collar charm. Sometimes shoes and coats – however helpful when you need 'em – can sometimes be a pain for your pet to get used to.
Cats can be very finicky about all the bells and whistles, and you might not be able to get used to the price tag on some of the higher-end jewels! Most of you said your cats would never go for ridiculous accessories, but I think the collar charm is a cool way to add some personality and still keep her comfortable. This Skele-Fish charm ($15) is totally something I associate with old school cartoon cats – pulling bones out of their mouths after feasting on a whole fish – à la Tom and Jerry. You don't want to drop a ton of cash on a product for the pet that may not like to be bling'd out. There are a few more of my fave pet collar charms to scope out when you read more
Pets live a charmed life, so why not give them charms of their own?! Whether sterling silver, crystal, or gold, charm bracelets are a preppy necessity. So consider adding two or three accessories to adorn your pet's collar ... and turn it into a charm necklace of her very own. This way, you both can proudly display initials, monograms, or key phrases ("me me me") to show off her fabulousness to everyone around.
To see charms (and even a doggie necklace starter set) read more