Sunday, June 6, 2010
TOY SET DOGS GET GIGGY WITH THESE ACCESSORIES
LET YOUR DOG LIVE IN THE LAP OF LUXURY & HIGH FASHION
Ok - I am a lover of quality over quantity, so I would rather have one perfect bag than a million "ok" bags. To elaborate further on the point, I adore chic looking fashion, but quibble over wearing the exact "IT" bag that every other fashion bunny wants to hop into! I love finding labels that allow my style to be the first thing people see. When I do choose to wear iconic brands with logos - I am more a Bottega Venetta or LVMH Monogram in a monochromatic color than double CC Coach and baby I be loving the Te-Leasha designs.
I was thrilled when I was introduced to designing mind who created Te-LEASHA by Telicia. Like so many fashionistas – Telicia needed to find a chic way to cover her cute toy poodle and needed a more fashionably refined way of being transported. Telicia is a Technical Designer who has worked with top fashion houses and it is obvious from her designs. Te-Leasha by Telicia is her paw print in the dog world is sublimely designed.
Telicia makes fabulous or as I bark- FURBULOUS bags. The bags come in assortment of tans and the most delicate buttery leathers. My poor 20 pounder of a Westie is a bit over the size limit, but oh what I wouldn't do to rock her bag if I had a toy dog - oh boy! One style even converts into a backpack so you can run skip and jump all over the city and your back is covered by your BFF of a puppy.
FIND HER RECESSIONISTA PRICE BREAKS Going on now and remember - one bag will last you! These LUST items are a MUST in my fashion sense and will make you glad you love a furry baby while highlighting your fashionable style.
Do not slow the chic down with a bag - she has fabulous recycled denim squeaky dog bones that are filled with organic cotton and super luxe cashmere leggings for the winter (load up on inventory before her next collection and store in your winter home.
BUY ONLINE http://www.teleashabytelicia.com/products.html
OR VIEW ONE TODAY at LE PETIT PUPPY 212 .727 8111 on Christopher Street where dog loving stars like SJP or Jeremy Sisto shop regularly