Meet Priscilla, Chango and Toast. They're just three of today's fashion icons of Instagram. However, they're not human. Priscilla is a mini-pig, Chango is a pit bull and Toast is a beautiful Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, but they have a wardrobes that could rival your own.
Most pet owners are tempted to dress their animal friends in cute outfits on special occasions, but these Instagrammers have taken pet style to an impressive new level. From funny hipster outfits to chic knitwear and statement accessories, take a look at the most stylish pets on Instagram above. Most have hundreds of thousands of followers and here's why you'll be one of them soon...
Marni and Cub are a pair of impossibly chic pomeranians who are dressed up by their owners and fashion bloggers Cailli and Sam Beckerman.
One of the pets works a dog-sized replica of Moschino's McDonald's inspired autumn/winter 2014 collection.
The pooches already have their Halloween costumes sorted.
Miss Piggy has some firm competition. Priscilla the mini-pig has a different outfit for every occasion, whether she's spending time on the beach or escorting her owner to the school she works in. Her trademark accessory is a large pink bow and she knows just how to strike a pose.
Priscilla and her little brother Poppleton from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, have wracked up 288,949 followers on Instagram.
Priscilla likes to dip into a bit of street style. "So happy to have my hooves in the sand again!" read the caption on this image.
Meet the dog and cat who are best friends and like to wear coordinating jumpers.
They live in San Francisco. Sometimes they pose for the camera separately, but when they come together its often gold...
This San Franscisco-based French bulldog poses in everything from floppy hats to Christian Louboutin heels.
Pulling in over 200,000 followers is no easy feat.
The sassy pet isn't afraid of a bit of fancy dress.
Chicago-based owners Evelyn Ramirez and Juan Manuel dress up their five-year-old pit bull, Chango Leon, in the most trendy get-ups, from a crisp white shirt to printed sweaters.
The pet even models a range of trendy accessories from fedoras and caps to Buddy Holly spectacles and hipster sunglasses.
Chango Leon was saved from a pet shelter by the Manuels and has since become an internet sensation with over 18,000 followers on Instagram.
This chihuahua from Japan takes style very seriously.
Every one of the outfits modelled for its 10,248 are handmade.
Digby and Aloysius Van Winkle are two griffons from Wellington, New Zealand, making fashion statements from in chunky knits and accessories.
They keep their over 290,429 followers happy with some strategically taken 'selfies'.
Toast is a ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel living in New York City who was rescued from a puppy mill in North Carolina. She has no teeth and is known for her adorable tongue which just won't stay in her mouth. Her almost 100,000 fans on Instagram follow her daily travels and outfits.
She dresses in full-out high fashion "looks" to silly spoofs.
This Chiweenie's - a Chihuahua-Dachsund mix - Instagram account comes recommended by Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon. But with over one million followers, Tuna doesn't need it.
The pup is famous for its unique set of pearly whites and usually-crumpled chin.
Tuna even has his own merchandise, from merchandise from iPhone covers to T-shirts and mugs, all branded with his one-of-a-kind face. He models one of his tees here.
Menswear Dog is a five-year-old Shiba Inu living in NYC with a penchant for all things style. His motto is: "A dog's guide to being a man."
He wears only the chicest and smartest ensembles and goes around New York reviewing its men's fashion boutiques.
As you can see, he's quite the natural.
Marc Jacob’s black-and-white bull terrier spends most of his days roaming to designer house's offices looking extremely dapper while he's doing so.
He even gets a behind-scenes-look at fashion shoots, where he poses with the models of the moment from Georgia May Jagger to Kendell Jenner.
Neville is often dressed in statement accessories.