Beth Stebner
March 21, 2015 6:00 am

You guys. It is now possible to wear adorable, fluffy puppies. On your feet.

In what is possibly our favorite (and most snuggle-worthy) fashion trend out of Tokyo Fashion Week, Thai label Sretsis (that’s “Sisters” spelled backwards) has debuted plush puppy pumps – and we must own them.

Models in the show were seen wearing puppy T-straps, puppy boots, puppy platforms. Puppies for everyone! I mean, who wouldn’t want to strut around town with these beauties on your feet? It’s basically a bonafide way to be happy 24/7.

The collection was inspired by the ultimate ’80s film (for those of you too young to remember, that would be David Bowie’s “Labyrinth”), and also had some pretty awesome floral suits and dresses, according to Style.com.

The shoes got us thinking – this can’t be the first time that grown ladies have been able to wear animal-inspired shoes.

And, dear readers, it is not.

Charlotte Olympia Kitty Face Loafers

The Mercedes-Benz of animal flights, these gorgeous smoking shoes are worn by the likes of Taylor Swift, Alexa Chung and “Girls” co-stars Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke, reports The Cut. The twee shoes are totes adorbs, but come at a premium (around $500 a pair).

Jeremy Scott x Adidas JS Poodle

Nothing says you’re committed to puppy shoe fashion as much as Jeremy Scott’s pink poodle shoes. Why, you ask? Unlike the Kitty loafers or Stretsis shoes, which come in subdued black, white, and tan, these puppies are hot pink with a sunglass-wearing poodle.

Not for the faint of heart, but paws up to the ladies who rock these.

Kobi Levi’s Dog Shoe

Israeli designer Kobi Levi imagines footwear as art (check out some of his other designs – we’re obsessed with the “Scared Ostrich” heels). The dog’s ears become the shoe’s heels, the inner sole is lined in pink to look like a tongue, and there’s even a cute little button nose above the peep-toe. It kind of reminds us of Harry’s doggie car from Dumb and Dumber. That’s not to say we wouldn’t wear them, like, everyday.

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