Top 10 Images of Animals Dressed In Clothes

While I do indeed find it funny, I could never dress my own dog up in clothes. Now I know for a fact that some dogs wear boots and jumpers for allergy reasons, but mostly it is done for the purpose of making them look good. This is where the very talented Miguel Vallinas comes into it, he as made some digital art images called “Second Skin” where all sorts of animals are neatly dressed in some of the very latest fashion styles. Sometimes it looks creepy, but always amazing none the less…

 


Top 10 Images of Animals Dressed In Clothes

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Penguin Dressed in Latest Fashion
Penguin Dressed in Latest Fashion

10 – Student Penguin
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Fashion Fact: It wasn’t until 1850’s that specifically made clothes for children were made, before this date children dressed identically to adults!

Black Labrador Dressed in Latest Fashion
Black Labrador Dressed in Latest Fashion

9 – Lord Dog
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Fashion Fact: While here in the Western part of the World dresses are commonly seen as only for women, in many other parts of the World, men wear them as just as frequently!

Duck Dressed in Latest Fashion
Duck Dressed in Latest Fashion

8 – Sir Duck
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Fashion Fact: In Rome you will never see anyone wearing purple clothing because it is still these days considered to be exclusively reserved for emperors and magistrates!

Donkey Dressed in Latest Fashion
Donkey Dressed in Latest Fashion

7 – Mr Donkey C.B.E.
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Fashion Fact: Don’t know whose shirt if whose? It is simple, men’s shirts buttons are always on the right and women’s are on the left! The same goes for trousers as well.

Pheasant Dressed in Latest Fashion
Pheasant Dressed in Latest Fashion

6 – MS Pheasant
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Fashion Fact: It is considered too taboo to wear black unless you are in mourning, and back in Victorian days it was unspoken law that widows wear black mourning clothes for up to two years after their husbands’ deaths!

Goat Dressed in Latest Fashion
Goat Dressed in Latest Fashion

5 – Nana Goat
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Fashion Fact: The fashion industry generates an average revenue of 20 billion a year, but strangely most fashion designers don’t make a single penny in their first 5 years of work!

Falcon Dressed in Latest Fashion
Falcon Dressed in Latest Fashion

4 – Granny Falcon
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Fashion Fact: If you collect shoes (like I know a lot of women do) you are called in the fashion trade a “Sneakerhead” even if you don’t have any sneakers in your collection!

Deer Dressed in Latest Fashion
Deer Dressed in Latest Fashion

3 – Lady Deer
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Fashion Fact: it might seem like they last for weeks or at the very least hours, but 95% of all fashion shows only last about 10 minutes!

Peacock Dressed in Latest Fashion
Peacock Dressed in Latest Fashion

2 – Madam Peacock
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Fashion Fact: It only became socially acceptable for women to wear shorts during World War 2! the reason was that both men and women were expected to “muck in”.

Crow Dressed in Latest Fashion
Crow Dressed in Latest Fashion

1 – Dr Crow
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Fashion Fact: The skirt is the second oldest piece of clothing in the World and is only outdated by the loincloth! (Yes, like Tarzan had)

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  3. Seeing this art is the reason why animals really dont wear clothes, some of them are rather scary.

  4. I really liked Sir Duck – with a duck tie. Unfortunately the peacock is not only in drag as Vicky mentioned, he is also not showing his magnificence in the sweater. Gorgeous color but not as spectacular as he is in feathers. Some have such a dark background, it is hard to really see – maybe that is an effect but it dimities it a bit. Now Lady Deer is great, I really could tell with her – quite well done. I would never have thought of doing it, though I know there is a guy who has done a lot with his weirmanar dogs.

  5. Haha, yes but as lost as I practically always am (or pretending not to be) when looking at the ‘good stuff’ – art wise – I actually think I might have saw a little bit of what the artist themself saw. The Duck feels pree darn smart now.

  6. A little creepy but all beautifully done. Your snippets of information are always good to read, I look at nice pictures and learn something at the same time. 🙂

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