Wicked Good Time
NBA season is over, so it’s OK if this LA girl talks a bit about a wicked cool Boston brand who captured my heart. I’m a dog person. Was there ever any doubt? I’ll wear anything with pups on it and if what I’m wearing is helping a furry friend, even better.
Boston-based Wicked Dog Apparel nailed the apparel game. I’m loving the Boston Terrier logo and the whole “wicked” theme. In case my west coast peeps are confused, it’s a New England thing (go Patriots!).
Wicked Dog Apparel has the best casual items I’ve seen in a while. The fabric is soft and the fit is pretty perfect. I’m a bit obsessed with the hoodie, because unlike most hoodies, it’s not bulky or too thick. It’s getting pretty warm, but when the sun goes down, it gets super cold. I love being able to have the hoodie tied around my waist throughout the day and be able to wear it when it cools down.
The T-shirts are going to be a staple in my closet. I’m most likely going to wear the American flag logo T-shirt on July 4th, so no one judge me when you see pictures of me wearing it again.
Wicked Dog Apparel is the epitome of a good time. But behind the wicked good times and perfectly-fitting apparel is a brand who does a lot for their community. Every year, Wicked Dog Apparel sponsors an annual fashion show raising funds for Christopher’s Haven, a temporary, low-cost housing for children going through outpatient cancer treatment in Boston.
The brand also sponsors numerous dog and animal related charities, like Missing Dogs Massachusetts, an all-volunteer non-profit dedicated to reuniting lost and found dogs with their loved ones. Now you see why I’m loving Wicked Dog Apparel?
On May 4th, Wicked Dog Apparel took part in International Doodle Dog Day. They donated 50% of their proceeds from the event to Last Hope K9, a rescue dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters in the US. Yes, yes, a million times yes.
Aside from all of the pups they are saving, Wicked Dog Apparel also does work for Alzheimer research by donating to The Longest Day - 48 Peaks, a hike to fight Alzheimers.
With all of the giving back they do, it’s no wonder Wicked Dog Apparel is a Boston staple. The dudes who are the brains behind the brand are here to do good and have a good time.