Now you and your cat can wear matching outfits
You can buy matching outfits for your and your furry friend—but it’ll cost you.
Copycats, rejoice. There’s now a way for you to dress identical to your favorite furry feline friend. Clothing company United Bamboo is currently selling a collection of outfits for cats, appropriately titled “Cat Club,” that are based on the ready-to-wear women’s line. What does this mean? This means you can choose from one of 33 custom-made outfits for your kitty, then pick up one of the same ensembles for yourself. Oh yes.
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The Combo Collar Blazer ($660) and Straight Pants ($365) and the Tartan Cat Blazer and Skirt Set ($89) are just one of many matching options for you and your feline. Other not-to-miss options include a 100 percent oil-coated cotton parka with detachable boa fur lining and raccoon fur trim on hood. And let’s not ignore the velvet evening gown for cats.
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As shocking as it may sound, this is not the first time United Bamboo has designed “catwear.” They sold another line in 2010 which consisted of two $500 cat dresses for Opening Ceremony.
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