Designer Pet Harness | The Coco Creme | By HGP Luxury Pet Accessories
Want couture style without the couture price?
Inspired by a timeless couture luxury brand, Australian pet designer label HGP Luxury Pet Accessories are known for creating functionally beautiful, timeless and Vogue-worthy accessories for stylish pets.
From their Bright Beginnings Collection, The Coco Creme is HGP’s signature designer harness, oozing style, versatility and durability. Made from high-quality neoprene cotton with vegan leather and stylish zinc-alloy hardware buckles (yellow gold), fully adjustable with a cream quilted and signature HGP black “bow” feature design, The Coco Creme harness makes no apologies for making your everyday walk a fashion catwalk.
Pairs perfectly with HGP’s Plaited Luxury Pet Lead in midnight black (sold separately) to complete The Coco look.
Note: Additional accessories shown in product images are not included (used for photoshoot/styling purposes only)
We recommend measuring your pet’s chest girth and neck circumference, before purchasing, to ensure you order the comfiest size.
XXS (generally fits) chihuahua, foxy, yorkies etc
Neck: 16cm – 26cm (6 inches – 10 inches)
Chest: 27cm – 39cm (11 inches – 15 inches)
XS (generally fits) – Pomeranian, Maltese, Dachshund etc
Neck: 21cm – 33cm (8 inches – 13 inches)
Chest: 35cm – 49cm (14 inches – 19 inches)
S (generally fits) – average Cavoodles, Cavaliers, Poodles etc
Neck: 28cm – 38cm (11 inches – 14 inches)
Chest: 40cm – 54cm (16 inches – 21 inches)
M (generally fits) – Spoodles, Japanese Spitz, Spaniels, French Bulldogs etc
Neck: 38cm – 52cm ( 15 inches – 20 inches)
Chest: 50cm – 60cm (20 inches – 24 inches)
- Give it some air-time after every walk, ie. remove and hang up the harness indoors and away from direct sunlight.
- Hand wash in water below 40 degrees celsius. Very mild detergent may be used, however ensure you rinse the harness properly. Hand wash the harness just as you would hand wash any delicate clothing. Wash gently and squeeze out excess water. If the harness is particularly dirty or grimy, consider soaking it longer before squeezing out excess water.
- Dry flat on a towel or hang them by their original shape (when buckled) on a coat hanger. This will ensure that folds don’t occur whilst they dry leading to weak spots in the material. Under no circumstances should your harness be tumble dried. Extreme heat will melt the fabric, leaving you a mess (and possibly some tears!)