Sunday, August 4, 2013

Kick Off "Shark Week" in Style!

So, "Shark Week" starts tonight. . .

I guess I'm going to jump onto the Shark Week Bandwagon (or should I say dive?). Did you know there's a boatload (pun intended) of awesome clothing and accessories out there that stylishly pay tribute to these feared, yet majestic, creatures? Here are a few sustainable and very eco-friendly options to help you celebrate those Kings of the Salty Seas...

 "I Love Shark Week" by LittleAtoms (Etsy)
Screen print on Alternative Apparel tank.

Great White Sharks - Laser Cut Wood Earrings
Made in USA by Green Tree Jewelry on Etsy


Bungalow360 Isabella Shark Canvas Vegan Pocket Bag

Shark Jaw Necklace
Sterling Silver, handmade, by Organic Handcrafted Fine Jewelry on Etsy.
$25 from the proceeds of this necklace will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund's 'Adopt a Great White Shark,' which supports WWF's global efforts to protect these creatures and their habitats. 

Shark TOMS Shoes
 Hand printed in USA by The Matt Butler on Etsy (contact seller for VEGAN Toms)


Naxos Earrings by Nettie Kent
Handcrafted in Brooklyn.

Baby Baggu - Sailor Stripe
 A smaller version of their best selling reusable shopping bag.

Best Fins Forever Tee
Made in the United States. 100% Cotton.

Blue Reef Rope Knot Bracelet by Hearts
 Handmade in Bulgaria

Cool Mini Shark Tooth Sterling Silver Pendant
Fair Trade. Sterling Silver. Read the artist's unique story here.

Save the Sharks T shirt
 Printed on eco-friendly shirt by sevengill on Etsy. Per seller: "For each Save the Sharks t shirt sold, ten dollars will be donated to Oceana, the largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation. If you haven't heard of them, please visit I make donations 'in honor of' your name, so if you are purchasing this shirt as a gift, leave me the name of the recipient at checkout, and I will use their name."

Sushi Please Carved Tagua Fish Bone Earrings by Hearts
Hand carved from raw Tagua...this purchase contributes to ethical employment of Colombian families

Are you on-board for Shark Week?


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