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The online ladies fashion store set up by two friends with a love of nature, travelling and adventure. We create fashionable leggings and dresses, exclusively designed with beautiful nature-inspired print patterns. Animal prints are really on trend right so please take a look at our stunning range of animal print leggings and dresses.

Not only that, but because of our love for the natural world, we have created an entire range of environmentally friendly leggings, made from recycled plastic bottles. That is how committed we are to caring for the environment in which we all live.

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βœ¨πŸŒŠπŸ’™πŸ πŸ¦ˆβœŒπŸΌHAPPY WORLD REEF DAY!!! Although reefs occupy less than 1% of the ocean floor, they are home to more than 25% of marine life. Worldwide, coral is dying because of rising sea temperatures, industrial pollution, plastic pollution, overfishing, sewage, chemical sunscreens and unmanaged high-density tourism. Here’s what you can do β€” as a traveler and citizen β€” to help.
Use reef-safe sunscreen 🧴(who knew there was a sunscreen emoji?!)
There are several chemicals commonly used in sunscreens, including oxybenzone and octinoxate, have been shown to cause bleaching in coral. These chemicals are also bad for us. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals such as oxybenzone may mimic hormones, cause endometriosis and can pose a risk to reproductive systems. Oxybenzone has been increasingly linked to early puberty in girls, low sperm count and male infertility and an increase in hormone-related cancers in men and women. Based on these findings, Hawaii has banned the sale of sunscreens using these chemicals starting in 2021. Hopefully other countries will too.
When in the ocean keep off coral - Although it may resemble rock, reef structures are alive with tiny coral polyps. When they are touched, stepped on or used to moor a boat, the creatures can be harmed.
Choose reef safe activities and operators - Booking activities with a certified sustainable tour operator will help ensure you aren’t contributing to environmental degradation.
If you choose to eat seafood make sure it’s sustainably sourced -
Overfishing can cause imbalances in the delicate ecosystems surrounding coral reefs. Fishing implements, such as lines and traps, can cause physical harm to reefs and the surrounding marine habitat.
Avoid single use plastics - Consider buying your own reusable utensils, bottles and food containers and carrying them with you. Although a proposed ban on plastic straws did not pass in 2018, many businesses are voluntarily phasing them out. San Francisco and Seattle have banned their use! The less plastic people use, the less plastic is likely to end up on beaches, in the water and in the stomachs of marine life which makes for a happier world!βœŒπŸΌπŸ¦ˆπŸ πŸ’™πŸŒŠβœ¨
βœ¨πŸŒŠπŸ’™πŸ πŸ¦ˆβœŒπŸΌHAPPY WORLD REEF DAY!!! Although reefs occupy less than 1% of the ocean floor, they are home to more than 25% of marine life. Worldwide, coral is dying because of rising sea temperatures, industrial pollution, plastic pollution, overfishing, sewage, chemical sunscreens and unmanaged high-density tourism. Here’s what you can do β€” as a traveler and citizen β€” to help. Use reef-safe sunscreen 🧴(who knew there was a sunscreen emoji?!) There are several chemicals commonly used in sunscreens, including oxybenzone and octinoxate, have been shown to cause bleaching in coral. These chemicals are also bad for us. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals such as oxybenzone may mimic hormones, cause endometriosis and can pose a risk to reproductive systems. Oxybenzone has been increasingly linked to early puberty in girls, low sperm count and male infertility and an increase in hormone-related cancers in men and women. Based on these findings, Hawaii has banned the sale of sunscreens using these chemicals starting in 2021. Hopefully other countries will too. When in the ocean keep off coral - Although it may resemble rock, reef structures are alive with tiny coral polyps. When they are touched, stepped on or used to moor a boat, the creatures can be harmed. Choose reef safe activities and operators - Booking activities with a certified sustainable tour operator will help ensure you aren’t contributing to environmental degradation. If you choose to eat seafood make sure it’s sustainably sourced - Overfishing can cause imbalances in the delicate ecosystems surrounding coral reefs. Fishing implements, such as lines and traps, can cause physical harm to reefs and the surrounding marine habitat. Avoid single use plastics - Consider buying your own reusable utensils, bottles and food containers and carrying them with you. Although a proposed ban on plastic straws did not pass in 2018, many businesses are voluntarily phasing them out. San Francisco and Seattle have banned their use! The less plastic people use, the less plastic is likely to end up on beaches, in the water and in the stomachs of marine life which makes for a happier world!βœŒπŸΌπŸ¦ˆπŸ πŸ’™πŸŒŠβœ¨