From charity t-shirts including the globally recognised Panda motif representing the World Wildlife Fund, through to 1980's American wildlife sweaters, and a recent trend in horse print dresses, animal motif clothing pieces have been seen frequently in fashion trends over the past few decades, with a rise in popularity over the past year.
Isn't this Brazilian World Wildlife Fund ad the cutest?
(shame about the typo) seen here
Liv Tyler in Givency's Rottweiler Menswear T-shirt, 2011
as seen on style.com
Owl Motif Clothing in Burberry Collection 2012
as seen on fashionlovechild
Buying some new animal t-shirts can support world recognised wildlife charities, however, when it comes to non-charitable animal motif clothing, there many opportunities to seek out second hand clothing, recycled accessories, or in some instances as seen below, redesigning your animalia fashion outfits..
Refashioned Panda World Wildlife Fund Top
made by smarmy-clothes as seen on deviantart
Black Mystical Wolf Sweater
available through British vintage fashion retailer Rokit
Tiger Sweater Size L
by Great White Vintage on etsy
Jams World 80s / 90s Animal Print Dress
available through PaperSunVintage on etsy
Primitive Animal Print Dress
available through OmniaVTG on etsy
1980's Cat T-shirt Dress
DIY Hand Stamped Pony Dress
Refashioned Ruffle T-shirt Dress
as seen on Happy Together, Jessica added a simple ruffle to a Zebra T-Shirt,
which becomes a dress for her daughter
Handmade Elephant Dress
SylviePops created her own elephant dress from a maxi dress that didn't fit
70's Jungle Fabric Purse
made by audreyscat on etsy
Eco-friendly Ethical Messenger Upcycled Cement Sack Elephant Bag
Available through Craftworks Cambodia on Recycled Market
Recycled Metal Elephant Necklace
made using recycled, scrap, and discarded materials by AsianBrocade
made from recycled cutlery and a childhood toy by Greg Mann Jewellery
Are you a fan of animal motif clothing?