Happy National Dog Day!

Happy National Dog Day! This is one of our favorite days of the year, when we celebrate our furry friends with treats and belly rubs. We invited our favorite corgi, Sneakers to celebrate with us with her favorite {and personalized} pet gear.

National Dog Day - Sneakers

Sneakers loves her personalized acacia dog bowl

National Dog Day - Sneakers

We went for a {fancy} walk with her Italian leather leash.  


Follow Sneakers’ adventures on her instagram @SneakersTheCorgi . Share your favorite M+G pets with #MGPets, we want to meet your furry pals!

Enjoy 15% off on everything pet today only, use code PAWTYFAVOR

Mixed Prints for Fall

8_19PrintsFall is just around the corner and we’re getting ready to do some pattern play, mix and match different prints and keep it interesting.

There’s some useful tips to start mixing and having fun with prints.

Start simple: one monochromatic top in the same pallet of the print {black and white stripes with polka dots} then you can get creative and experiment, flowers and stripes, plaids and animal prints.

Buffalo check, navy dots and herringbone. You can  add with a cool tote, like our new herringbone and wear it with buffalo check.

Monogram vs Personalization, a guide

Thinking about celebrating a milestone with a monogram? Or do you think it should be something personalized instead? With our personalization and monogramming guide we want to make it easy for you to decide, so we have some tips to make the best of both worlds.

Choose your words: the best thing about personalized gifts is that you can use your recently acquired last name or your new address, a pet name or you might want to make the distinction between your water and wine carafes.


M+G is going on a road trip!

Because #summer is happening and we love it, we’ve partnered with Antoinette and Laura from Claiborne + Lime to take our favorite summer styles on the road, so don’t miss it on our instagram this weekend. Follow along and enjoy the view, in the meantime here’s a little snippet of what they’re seeing now…


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