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A Dress Covered With Cats and 21 Other Funky Animal Prints You Can Buy Right Now

Animal motifs this season are more quirky than cute, with creatures of every kind finding inventive ways to crawl into your wardrobe.
A Dress Covered With Cats and 21 Other Funky Animal Prints You Can Buy Right Now
Photo illustration by Manyun Zou.

1. Trunk Show Loewe’s elephant shoulder bag, $1,550

net-a-porter.com

Trunk Show Loewe’s elephant shoulder bag

2. Reindeer micro satchel, $350

Tory Burch

Reindeer micro satchel

3. Julie Vos alligator bangle, $85

tuckernuck.com

Julie Vos alligator bangle

4. Marina Rinaldi puffin sweater, $1,190

saksfifthavenue.com

Marina Rinaldi puffin sweater

5. Cat clutch, $398

Kate Spade

Cat clutch

6. Spider earrings, $49

experimentaljewelleryclub.com

Spider earrings

7. Dolce & Gabbana cat-print dress, $2,445

net-a-porter.com

Dolce & Gabbana cat-print dress

8. Leopard-print booties, $450

Tory Burch

Leopard-print booties

9. Fish-bone earrings, $220

elizabethcolejewelry.com

Fish-bone earrings

10. Kraken card wallet, $55

smathersandbranson.com

 Kraken card wallet

11. Horse signet ring, $6,200

David Yurman (CityCenterDC)

Horse signet ring

12. Unicorn pants, $198

J. Crew

Unicorn pants

13. Swan watch,$250

Kate Spade

Swan Watch

14. Bird blouse, $40

Zara

Bird blouse

15. Bee backpack, $1,850

Gucci (CityCenterDC)

Bee backpack

16. Printed Village pelican scarf, $30

tuckernuck.com

Bee backpack

17. Snake bangle, $365

kennethjaylane.com

Snake bangle

18. Samira 13 frog studs, $1,550

Tabandeh (Mazza Gallerie)

Samira 13 frog studs

19. Ankle-tie sandal, $450

loefflerrandall.com

Ankle-tie sandal,

20. Bird T-shirt, $40

J. Crew

Bird T-shirt

21. Leopard patch, $12

georgiaperry.com

Leopard patch

22. T-Rex bag charm, $85

Coach

T-Rex bag charm,

This article appears in our October 2016 issue of Washingtonian.

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Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.