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The Ocean Drop™️Earrings
The Ocean Drop™️Earrings

The Ocean Drop™️Earrings

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Did you know that billions of pounds of plastic are found in the oceans and it takes 500-1,000 years for plastic to degrade?🌊

Plastic in the ocean breaks down into such small segments that pieces of plastic from a one-liter bottle could end up on every mile of beach throughout the world. 😮

HELP us bring awareness to this troubling issue by wearing this FREE Ocean Drop™️ Earrings. 

Fashion For All Women™️ is committed to loving and sustaining our planet, so we will be donating a portion of all proceeds to the Surfrider Foundation.

  • TRENDY! Are you literally a shopaholic? Do you belong to teenagers that have flexible fashion style then sometimes you are confused in many choices and want to create your own style? Then you've found fabulous earrings that can turn you into a true fashionista!
  • QUALITY! drop earrings is a high-quality product that satisfies all your needs. It is the price that goes with the quality. You just need to order and experience the greatness of this product.
  • CONVENIENCE! drop earrings helps users easy to come under the spotlight, honor the beauty of them-self. Along with the best quality, is the comfortableness while experiencing.
  • SUITABLE FOR EVERYBODY! Our products' style especially forward to the customers of all ages, easy to dress up in many situations.

Ocean Pollution Facts: 

  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is located in the North Pacific Gyre off the coast of California and is the largest ocean garbage site in the world. This floating mass of plastic is twice the size of Texas, with plastic pieces outnumbering sea life six to one.
  • Plastic constitutes approximately 90 percent of all trash floating on the ocean's surface, with 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
  • One million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals are killed annually from plastic in our oceans.
  • 44 percent of all seabird species, 22 percent of cetaceans, all sea turtle species and a growing list of fish species have been documented with plastic in or around their bodies.