One of my favorite things about the holidays is being able to dress up Ralph & Luna in festive clothing. Obviously their comfort is most important, but they both just look so darn cute! We don’t normally go overboard and it’s usually just a bandana or something else small. (Luna say no hats!)
Bow ties are another one of our seasonal favorites. Since Ralph already looks pretty dapper, I knew he just had to have a few bow ties in his collection to make him look even more stylish. We’re still working to build that collection (because can a dog really have TOO MANY bow ties? Nah…) since they truly look good all year round. One of my favorite shops for fashionable dog bow ties is Brooklyn Bowtied!
I hope you like bow ties as much as Ralph and I do because you lucky person, you are going to have a chance to win one if you keep on reading. We’re thrilled to announce that Brooklyn Bowtied is providing prizes for Day #10 of our 2017 Stocking Stuffer Giveaways. Read on so I can convince you why your dog absolutely needs a bow tie of their own and find out how to enter today’s giveaway!
Why Every Dog Needs a Snazzy Bow Tie
To Look Super Suave at Your Holiday Party
Impress your holiday guests with your tasty food, festive decorations, and super stylish dog.
To Match Their Natural Tuxdeo
It’s all about highlighting their natural beauty and there’s not better way to do it for a black and white dog than a festive bow tie!
To Act as a Professional Waiter
And then eat all your food before it makes it out of the kitchen.
To Support Their Favorite Cause
Even if their favorite cause is just pizza.
To Be the Best Dressed in the Room
They’ll be able to look down on lesser dressed dogs (…even if they are actually smaller and looking up).
To Break the Ice
Pets can be great icebreakers if your trying to meet more people (or other dogs). Pets in bow ties? Even better.
To Look Smarter
Does your dog need a little confidence boost? Get him (or her… that’s right girl dogs can wear bow ties too!) a fancy bow tie, so they can be in the same realm as brilliant scientists, writers, and more. Just tell your pup that Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Edison, and Mark Twain all wore bow ties too!
About Brooklyn Bowtied
Brooklyn Bowtied is a pretty awesome Etsy-based shop that sells high quality bow ties for every type of dog. It’s run by same the mastermind pair behind The Broke Dog. Rochelle and Henry are rockstars, so go check them out!
Even though each bow tie is handmade, they are well put together and made with high quality fabrics! Each bow tie pattern is available in 3 different sizes – small, medium, and large. Each one is $18, but there are also a few on sale if you’re shopping on a budget!
Don’t forget – girl dogs can wear bow ties too! (#LunaWasHere)
If you want to learn more about Brooklyn Bowtied, be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Don’t forget to also visit the Brooklyn Bowtied Etsy shop to pick out a bow tie for your favorite pup!
THREE lucky Beagles & Bargains readers will receive a Brooklyn Bowtied Bow Tie!
Residents of the United States are eligible to enter via the Rafflecopter below. Entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST on Friday, December 22, 2017. Winners will be notified via email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing and will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
Three (3) winners will be randomly selected to receive one (1) Brooklyn Bowtied Bow Tie. Winners will be able to select the size and pattern of the bow tie pending availability. Approximate retail value is $18.
Don’t forget to check out our Holiday Guide!
And don’t miss any of the 14 Stocking Stuffer Giveaways!
At what occasion or event would your dog wear their new bow tie?
Disclaimer: Brooklyn Bowtied provided product free to review. I received no other compensation or additional benefits for mentioning the brands or products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business. Brooklyn Bowtied is responsible for all giveaway prizes including shipping.
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