By Andrea Cheng
Updated Nov 06, 2014 @ 1:46 pm
Julianne Hough's Dogs
Credit: Bill Davila, StarTraks Photo

Like mother, like pups! Julianne Hough and her two Cavalier King Charles spaniels Lexi and Harley recently stepped out for a stroll in Washington, D.C., twinning it up in matching American Eagle puffer vests.

For the holidays, American Eagle will have tails wagging across the country with a new canine-centric collection aptly (and adorably) dubbed American Beagle Outfitters, following the successful response to its initial run as an April Fools' Day joke earlier this year to benefit the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

"Our customers were very clear about their desire for this product to become a reality," said Michael Leedy, chief marketing officer of American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. "Following the journey of this idea has been fun for our team and we are now excited to introduce real American Beagle Outfitters products to our customer."

Julianne Hough's Dogs
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Hough, who's clad in head-to-toe American Eagle, and her furry friends already got their paws on puffers, or "puppers," but the line also extends to Fair Isle knits and beanies stamped with pup-friendly sayings, like "woof" and "bone zone." Pretty doggone good, no?

Plan coordinated outfits, starting with AEO puffers ($90;, for you and the limited-edition American Beagle Outfitters collection, which ranges from $13 to $40 at, for your fashion-savvy pooch.