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First Day of School Outfits For A Cause

August 24, 2021 GMT
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PHOENIX, Aug. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- It’s already time to start planning out your first day of school outfit, and Ocean Project is debuting a line of back-to-school casual wear for a cause.

“This year, that might look a little bit different,” said Ocean Project’s Lisa Anderson. “Now that we are not on Zoom, you want your look to jump out. Lucky for you, there are a ton of easy-to-wear styles trending right now that basically require zero effort.”

With high school campuses reopening across the US teens are redefining back-to-school wardrobe, shedding their remote-learning loungewear and constricting before-times ensembles in favor of innovative and eye-catching new looks.

But eye-catching does not mean unethical. Teens and tweens spent the last eighteen months developing a heightened sense of social awareness. They are extremely savvy shoppers, with 60% saying that they fully research a product before they buy it and 54% agreeing that they don’t buy things spontaneously as they like to know more details first.

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Ocean Projects’ “Bite Me ” tee is adorable and symbolizes protection and good luck to whoever wears it. The “Bite Me” tee was created to raise awareness of the dangers sharks are facing in today’s oceans.

The United States generates more plastic waste than any other country in the world — producing 42 million metric tons, or 286 pounds per person, in 2016 alone, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances. The research also found that the U.S. is the third-largest contributor of plastic pollution in coastal environments.

Visit Ocean Project’s new FAQ section to understand how each purchase makes a positive impact on marine life, like sharks, whales, and turtles, and helps pull toxic plastic out of the waters. Every shark necklace purchase pulls 2 pounds of deadly plastic from oceans, rivers or coastlines. You can make a difference and feel good about wearing clothes and jewelry from Ocean Project.

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Kelly C. said: “This is a Beautiful Necklace! Help Save the Sharks!

Jennifer S. said: “My husband got me this as an anniversary gift and I love it! The necklace is beautiful and I got to track a male tiger shark named Fletcher. My favorite species of shark too!”

Karen M. said: “I LOVE my shark Ollie”

About Ocean Project

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Ocean Project is a company with a vision to make a difference in our oceans ecosystems. We’ve donated to the Ocean Cleanup Organization around the world. The amazing impact our brand has wouldn’t be possible without YOU! Adopt a whale, shark or turtle and track it’s journey through the Ocean. For more information, Please visit: www.oceanproject.co.

Media Contact:
Karen Campbell
667-206-0208
kcampbell@oceanproject.co

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