Have you ever gotten something for your dog only to keep it for yourself? No? Ok, it's just me. This is the second time it's happened to me in as many months (see bandana) and yet, it just feels right.
Let's be honest, how much is Fenway actually going to appreciate a rose gold dog collar? Ok, we can share.
This is the natural culmination of a season heavily influenced by 90s grunge minimalism and a rugged, boho 70s European influence. Put those together and you get dog collars. Don't believe me? It's a leap, so I pulled some photographic evidence. I was right about My Father the Hero, I might be right again. But let's explore...
Here's the bandana - doesn't it do exactly the right thing to elevate this simple outfit? Playful, fun, flattering. All season, timeless and yet just enough to be special.
But of course, Debbie did it first. That stone cold fox, even her wrist party is on point - this could be a photo taken yesterday with the moon Instagram filter.
Bringing it back to this decade, because runway looks trickle down. If this isn't a studded dog collar deconstructed and modernized I don't know what is. I believe (don't quote me) this is from the last DKNY runway show before they stupidly ousted the DK. Either way, slay.
This collar is tiny and dainty but so is this human. As fashion is want to do I predict it only goes more dramatic from here. Me and my rose gold dog collar are ready. You heard it here first.