Dogma – Life, With Your Pet

Dogma – Life, With Your Pet

Style & Functionality for your Four-Legged Family Members

Camouflage or couture, vests can be functional and fashionable for your furry friends – lined in faux fur for warmth, reflective stripes for visibility, and some with built-in flotation devices. My Winston loves to be #InDogVogue. Courtesy of @dogmalifewithyourpet in Federal Hill.

#PetCouture D&G for your pooch! Just when you thought you’ve seen it all… Not to be confused with Dolce & Gabbana, this irresistible canine line is designed for #DoggieDivas

Distinctly Scottish and a perfect print for winter warmth, #TartanPlaid is a #timelesstrend. Clearly, a classic choice for any proud pet owner, complete with the trapper hat, scarf and button-down ear flaps. #FashionablePup #CraftedforComfort @dogmalifewithyourpet in McHenry Row.

#DoesYourDogBite? Funny graphic muscle tees keep you laughing while on your morning walk. WTF serves as a constant reminder for you and your roommates to keep the bowl filled to the brim. #ConversationStarters in the park!

Looking to calm down Buddy before heading over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s this holiday season? Check out the 100% money back guaranteed ThunderShirt that applies gentle pressure to create a calming effect. It even has a #Sleek and sophisticated vest-like appearance. #ThundershirtCompany

Best fashion tip of all times: Accessorize! PAWks anti-slip dog socks not only look good, but they help protect your hardwood floors and provide traction for pups that need a lil’ extra help. The #SockPuppet is back! @dogmalifewithyourpet #rcpetproducts

Get ready to brave the elements! Warm up winter walks in the park with a Ravens purple cargo cardigan. The shawl-collared grandpa sweater @CanadaPooch is super stylish in three colors and comes with a slit for leashes or harnesses. Head to Locust Point’s Dogma (in McHenry Row) and wrap one up for under the tree.

Elena Russo

If anyone around Baltimore knows fashion from the inside out, it’s Elena Russo. Elena wasn’t just a “working” model. She was a HARD working model; running from castings to shows to photo shoots to the gym. Elena worked countless runways and designer showrooms, and major magazine shoots, print and TV campaigns for the likes of Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Marie Claire, Head Sportswear and White House/Black Market. Her work took her to Milan, New York and many other East Coast markets before she settled down in Baltimore. Now she’s sharing more of what she’s learned about beauty and fashion with you. Elena’s ability to find the reality - rather than the fantasy - of fashion is evident in her shopping know-how. With a bi-weekly fashion column, she shares her local “Elena’s LookBook,” identifying trends you can find at local boutiques in and around Charm City to help you refresh and modernize your closet, and yourself!