What Will YOUR Cat be Wearing to the Acatemy Awards?

 |  Feb 26th 2011  |   4 Contributions





With the Oscars ceremony right around the corner, feline fashionistas are gearing up for a glitzy evening strutting their stuff. Here are a few of the outfits we think will certainly surpass Demi Moore's self-designed bicycle-pants disaster or Whoopi Goldberg's neon jumpsuit in style and class.

We like to err on the side of "classic" and there's nothing more classic than a tux as seen at the top of the post. The burgundy-red bow tie adds a colorful counterpoint. Purrfect for black cats seeking a dash of Fred Astaire panache. [Purchase info here.]


The United Bamboo Cats are sure to turn heads in these dazzling ensembles:

Here's another classic look: a LBD adorned with sequins for a little glitz.


Bamboo's Prego Spina is wearing a one shoulder top with bowtie detail and anthracite pencil skirt. Understated and elegant.

ViVi will be wearing a lurex boucle jacket and skirt ensemble. This elegant combo is not only chic, but warm -- a wise choice given the Arctic temps on this year's red carpet.


Any cat would feel like royalty wearing this crown and stole. The stole is reversible, doubling your fashion buck. And it's all neatly packaged in a black patent leather hatbox from Pampered Whiskers. Rex is rooting for The King's Speech...


... While Ginger is rooting for True Grit. Boy, I bet John Wayne would have LOVED wearing a stylish hat like this! This hat is also from Pampered Whiskers.

Nothing says class quite like gold lamé. This sophisticated look by MeowWear is available from The Sophisticated Cat.



This red satin dress with matching hat will set you apart from the clowder. It's also a great dress for the Holidays or Valentine's Day. Va va va vooooom! It's also available from The Sophisticated Cat.


So what will you be wearing to the Acatemy Awards?

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