To me, living a full life means being present and prioritizing what matters most.
For the past 3 years, I have been on a journey to simplify my life and do more of what I love. This effort led me to explore minimalism in order to shed physical clutter, gain the freedom to make choices without financial burden, and ultimately have more time and energy to dedicate to my passions.
In fact, it was the catalyst that prepared me to leave my corporate job in order to pursue Jo Rose Design full time.
Removing possessions that didn’t add value to my life gave me space to focus on what I care about most, like sharing experiences with friends and family and working on projects that challenge a different part of my brain.
I also learned that I could express myself through my wardrobe without having a closet so full that it was busting at the seams. Limiting my options encouraged me to do more with what I have and use my accessories to create new looks. I fell in love with the concept of capsule wardrobes that only include thoughtfully and intentionally chosen items.
I strongly believe that everything you own should serve a purpose. That’s why Jo Rose Design is founded on three core principles, to be refined, intentional, and lasting. I also emphasize designs that have more than one function. For example, I love totes that can convert from crossbody to shoulder bags.
I hope that Jo Rose Design’s classic looks can help you establish a curated closet that you love, and ultimately allow you to focus on what matters most!
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I am so excited to officially announce that the Commuter Backpack is now available!
This ridiculously cute dog backpack has launched in four color options -- navy blue, hunter green, burgundy red, and chocolate brown -- with coordinating plaid interior.
It might be helpful to understand a bit about my background to see how the pieces lined up for this product to come to life.
Several years ago I started to make bags and accessories (for humans) that fit needs for travel, work, and life under the brand name Jo Rose Design. Organically this evolved into prototyping stylish yet functional products I desired as a dog owner.
It is highly recommended that you measure your dog before choosing a size. The following image outlines how to accurately capture three important measurements - neck, length, and chest - so that you get the best possible fit for your pup.
Custom jacket orders can be accommodated if you need a dog coat with measurements in between sizes or larger sizing. Contact us to get additional information on this process.
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|14-20 in||up to 14 in||12|
|14 in||16-22 in||up to 16 in||14|
|16 in||18-26 in||up to 17 in||16|
|19 in||22-30 in||up to 20 in||19|
|22 in||24- 32 in||up to 21 in||22|
|25 in||26- 36 in||up to 22 in||25|
Measurements below indicate product length. If looser fit is desired, add 1-2 inches to your dog's neck measurement when choosing a size.