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Pet Fashion Shows!

943730_10151634325041635_1548925903_n Last weekend, Cincy Chic put together two fun fashion shows for the Petopolis expo. The human models wore new Spring styles from Three French Hens and our fab four-legged friends featured in the show were outfitted by Pet Passions and Fashions!

I loved working with Pet Passions and Fashions because no matter what animal we were working with, I found something they looked absolutely adorable in! On Saturday’s show, Cincy Chic readers’ pets were nominated and selected to get in the show, so we had some super cute little pups that day. Then, on Sunday, we used cats and dogs from the SPCA.

So, not only was it nice that Pet Passions and Fashions had accessories for all shapes and sizes of pets, but it was important that we had outfits that didn’t make the animals uncomfortable or upset. We found great collars, bandanas, leashes and other accessories that both the animals and parents loved!

Thanks to  Pet Passions and Fashions, Three French Hens, MTM Cincinnati (who provided models) and all my interns who helped make our Petopolis fashion shows a big success! Our next pet fashion show is THIS Saturday at WagsPark! Click here to learn more about it! Hope you can make it!

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Nominate YOUR Pet for the Heels & Hounds Fashion Show!

Nominate your pup to be featured in our upcoming “Heels & Hounds” Fashion Show (event details below)! Email a photo and name of the dog you’re nominating to pets@cincychic.com. Deadline for submissions is May 3 at 5pm. Voting at cincychic.com/pets will begin May 5 at 8am and end on May 7 at 5pm. (voting link will not be live until May 5). The top 20 vote-earning pups will appear in the show and also receive: one free admission ticket, professional photography session and a tail-wagging gift from Pet Passions and Fashions!

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Heels & Hounds

Wags Park 3810 Church Street Newtown, Ohio 45244

Saturday, May 25, 4-7pm

Enjoy complimentary light bites, refreshments, swag bags, mini pet spa services, treat taste-testing, giveaways, and puppy fashion show at 6pm. $5.00 Existing Members $10.00 New Visitors. New Dogs Welcome – must present updated shot records for Bordetella, Rabies & Distemper. RSVP at  www.heelsandhounds.eventbrite.com

Fashion Show sponsored byPet Passions & Fashions
Pop-Up Shops includeStarry Eyes CandlesStella & Dot with Kelly PatekRosanne Beatty with Mary KayK9 Country Club

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Sneak Peek of Tomorrow’s Posh Pup Fashion Show

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Our Posh Pup Fashion Show is almost here! Tomorrow, we’ll have 20 posh pups (who were nominated and voted in by our readers!) strutting their stuff on the catwalk at Performance Lexus. The event is a fundraiser for the Humanitarian League of Greater Cincinnati, and will feature valet “barking,” shopping, pet treat tasting, nail trimming (for a donation), a silent auction, and a fun photobooth where you can get a pic with your pup in a life-size dog house! Click here to learn more and RSVP!

We were on Fox19 this morning doing a sneak peek of the fashion show. Check out the segment below! All the fashions on the ladies are by The Stash in Bridgewater Falls and the pup fashions are by Pet Passions and Fashions! See you tomorrow!

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Pet Fashion Show Feature of the Day: Pet Passions and Fashions

Today’s Pet Fashion Show feature of the day is: Pet Passions and Fashions, a fab online boutique for your posh pet! Kim, who we just featured in this week’s issue of Cincy Chic, is helping us make the whole night a reality because she’s HAND-MAKING all the outfits for our readers’ nominated/voted-in dogs in the fashion show! They will also be one of the vendors at our upcoming Pet Fashion show, tomorrow from 6-9pm at Performance Lexus!

Kim recently got a new goldendoodle puppy that gave her the inspiration for her business. She says, “Just like when you have a child, you start reading labels. I was shocked when I realized that pet food/treats isn’t as regulated as human food. They are loaded with preservatives and “by products”. I decided I wanted to make homemade treats for the new puppy. The same thing happened when I shopped for a bandanna. They were one-size, made out of cheap fabric, made in China. I started making bandannas at home. One thing led to another and here I am!”

For all of our attendees at our upcoming Pet Fashion Show, Pet Passions and Fashions table will be a must stop during the night! Their table will be filled with bandannas, blankets, bows, treats and homemade shampoo. Kim says, “Everything I carry is handmade right in my own home. I use the same ingredients in my dog treats that I use for the school bake sale.”

Pet Passions and Fashions will also be furnishing the fashions for the fashion show tomorrow. These furry friends will be strutting their stuff wearing hats, coats, tutus and even more surprises to come the night of the event! Click here to see a sneak peek of the fashion show we did this morning on Fox19!

Pet Owners will also be able to visit her table that night to get custom fit apparel seen in the fashion show the night of the event for their own pet! She’ll be offering free shipping on any orders made the night of the event!

To learn more about Pet Passions and Fashions, visit: www.petpassionsandfashions.com or visit their facebook or twitter pages! Pet Passions and Fashions will also be involved in a lot of upcoming local events, make sure to check out their website for a list of those!

Kim also writes a blog about family life. “I have my 80 year old parents living with me, a 13 year old son and a husband of 27 years. Throw in a new puppy and life is never dull at our house.” I’m sure many of our readers can relate! Check her blog out at: www.lifeinthesandwichgeneration.blogspot.com.

We are all looking forward to seeing all the dogs dressed up in fashions by Pet Passions and Fashions the night of the event, make sure you don’t miss out and click here to be a part of this fun event, which all the funds the night of the event will go towards a great cause, Recycled Doggies!

Thanks to my intern Leah Reitz for helping me put this blog post together!
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