Autumn is well and truly here, and while we'll be constantly complaining about the cold it also means that it's time to pull out the cosy jumpers, tuck yourself under a blanket in front of the telly and pour yourself a generous helping of mulled wine.
But what about your pet pooch? How can you ensure that they'll be nice and warm in the chill?
However, now that the temperature has dropped you'll need to dress your dog in something warmer and luckily, H&M is now selling jumpers for your canine. That's not all - you can also get yourself a matching pullover so that you can both look super stylish while keeping warm.
It's part of a collaboration with Pringle of Scotland. The range includes very affordable scarves, trousers and skirts, too, and is also part of H&M’s Conscious collection which means that everything has been made with recycled polyester and organic cotton.
Our favourites include a cosy grey and neon green co-ord in the traditional Pringle of Scotland argyle print, as well as a simple black jumper and skirt with white detail.
It's available online and in stores, with the jacquard knit jumpers starting from £19.99. The knitted doggy jumpers are just £17.99.
So what are you waiting for? It's time to match your winter wardrobe with your pet pooch.
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