Why This Pug Is Like SO Autumn/Winter 2016

Why This Pug Is Like SO Autumn/Winter 2016

Suki, the adorable pug from the blog Suki And The City, works this season's hottest trends...

Meet Suki, a two-year-old adorable London-based pug who, when it comes to fashion, doesn't put a paw print wrong. She's got over 20,000 followers on Instagram - @sukiandthecity - who lap up her daily fashion-forward selfies and sassy sartorial advice. So we thought we'd set her a challenge and ask her to put her spin on six key trends from autumn/winter 2016. From ruffles to padded jackets, check out the results below...

Ahoy Sailor!

Taking inspo from Coach, which showed a more subtle take on the naval trend, Suki works a navy, red and white striped one-piece from Puppia. The hoodie detail is so much cooler than any sailor cap. Plus the discreet anchor motif avoids it going overboard (get it) on the seashore theme.

Flirty Frills

Everyone is going to be shimmying their way into autumn/winter 2016 with frills, flounces and ruffles à la Fendi. Here, Suki goes for a dress from Pet London that just screams party. Olé!

Think Pink!

Gucci's head-to-toe blush look is probably one of the best things we've seen all season, if not lifetime. Suki puts her spin on it in a cosy funnelneck from Urban Pup.

Pad It Out

If you're saving up for a next season coat then make it a padded jacket. We love this colour combo from Prada and also the fact it's really practical. Check out the cute cord collaring on Suki's Barbour version. Now if only it came in human size too...


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Do Denim

Both Moschino and Suki know next season it's all about the LDJ - that's 'little denim jacket'. Suki's frayed edged sleeve version is from Lead The Walk , but to customise your own just buy some coarse sandpaper and rub the denim vigorously.

Not So Mellow Yellow

Honey-coloured hues were buzzing all over the autumn/winter 2016 runways. Similar to Marco De Vincenzo, Suki's gone for a sheer neon look that's sure to attract attention like bees to a floral meadow.

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