ModCloth's Animal Accessories Are Perfect for Your Closet and Your Home

By now, you've probably heard of ModCloth — they're the site that specializes in vintage-inspired clothing. But did you know that ModCloth also carries accessories? And home decor?

Even better: Many of the pieces currently available on the ModCloth website are animal-themed, so you can show your hip design sense and declare your love of cats (or dogs or squirrels, as the case may be). We found seven things we just can't live without this fall — looks like it's time to clean out the closets and redecorate!

ModCloth Critters

Feline Cozy Pillow

This adorable throw pillow says hipster cat lover (not crazy cat lady). Toss it on your midcentury modern sofa for a sleek, minimalist look.

Feline Cozy Pillow, $45.

Wiener Takes All Sweater

We've got a bad case of puppy love for this adorable Doxie sweater. And it's just as cute from the back as it is in front!

Wiener Takes it All sweater, $80.

Look What the Cat Bagged In

The cat's out of the bag — or at least his little face is. This fun kitten tote is guaranteed to start conversations wherever you roam.

Look What the Cat Bagged In tote, $40.

Tabby Together Pillow

So lifelike it almost looks real! This happy kitty will make guests feel welcome — especially when it's peering out from the other pillows on your spare bed.

Tabby Together pillow, $25.

Yours, Mine and Noir Duvet

Speaking of feline-friendly guest quarters, how about dressing up the guest room (or your room) with this quirky duvet cover? It's the cat's meow.

Yours, Mine and Noir's Duvet Cover, $90.

You're Florally Invited

Looking for the right shoes to pair with your vintage-y ModCloth dress? Look no further. These round-toe pumps are a little bit Victorian and a little bit kittenish. As in, decorated with a cat. How can you resist?

You're Florally Invited Heels, $129.

The Squirrel Next Door Stop

Sometimes, we just have to hand it to ModCloth for having the most creative product names out there.

The Squirrel Next Door Stop, $13.

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