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The Ellie Dog Jacket Is Made From Leftover Fabric

November 16, 2021

Every furry friend needs a little flare, too. Introducing the Ellie Dog Jacket—Lolë’s first outwear piece for animals.

The jackets are crafted from leftover fabric, insulation and trims that were originally intended for Lolë’s women’s jackets but were left unused due to reduced production during the pandemic. By repurposing these materials, the brand was able to avert over 2,200 metres of fabric, 6,100 labels and 200kg of insulation from being discarded and potentially ending up in a landfill. The sleek design features a zipper on the back for easy leash access, two paw holes and a warm collar, so pups are ready to follow their owners to wherever the day takes them. The jackets are available in navy and black in four different sizes.

Now every eco dog can have its day! —Vita Daily

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