Fluorescent colors and laser-cut leather transport your essentials out of Africa and onto city streets.
Get the look: Be&D cross-body bag, $298.
Tigers prefer to keep a low profile. Support the paws cause with a print that hides their true colors.
Get the look: Jungle cat sweater, $115.
Floral designed to look like camo. How meta is that?
Get the look: Floral camouflage coat, $185.
No offense to Karen Blixen — but put the girls on display.
Get the look: Motel Bernice sequin bralette, $30.
Observe the species through rainbow-tinted glasses.
Get the look: Rachel Roy snakeskin/striped dress, $119.
The bio nerd in you scoffs at metallic skins; the shopping addict in you suspends disbelief for this shiny iteration.
Get the look: Jeffrey Campbell platform pumps, $155.
We’re confident Crocodile Dundee would agree: (Faux) python and alligator make for stylish dressing.
Get the look: ASOS leather snake-effect skirt, $158.
A snow leopard coat keeps northern parts under wraps.
Get the look: Zara leopard coat, $159.
Cargo pants hit the endangered list sometime after 1999, but the utility pocket continues to hang on for dear life, with help from contemporary shorts and skirts.
Get the look: Edun cargo dress, $127.
Sheared and spotted pencil skirts offer a kinder spin on office cattiness.
Get the look: Lafayette 148 Nanine skirt, $269.
We’re with Dr. Livingston on this one: Safari clothes never go out of style.
Get the look: Alice + Olivia rolled-cuff tunic, $275.
Because one always needs a place for a Swiss Army knife and compass. (Or phone and keys.)
Get the look: BlankNYC utility miniskirt, $39.
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