That's one fly outfit!
We created this design to show off an amazing example of Batesian mimicry. Bates noticed that Heliconius butterflies could move slowly without being eaten by birds. He later discovered that they are toxic and have a particular smell to them, so birds had learned to avoid their bitter taste. He then noticed that many non-toxic butterflies look so similar that predators often mistake one for the other and avoid both. Evolution is definitely something to flap about!
This light green, organic cotton, midi skirt has deep functional pockets with a design featuring an all-over-print butterfly mimicry design. Available in adult's sizes XS-5X.
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Love these skirts, but the sizing seems as though it's changed a bit. I have a bee patterned skirt, which I purchased last year, and it's roomy. I purchased two more skirts in the same size this summer, and they are definitely a narrower cut than last year's. The fit isn't too bad, just not as roomy, and the waste band seems a little tighter than my other one. I haven't increased in size, so I'm assuming it's the cut of the garment. Love the colors and prints thought. I will definitely be ordering again, perhaps up a size next time.
I have had so many compliments on this strikingly unusual skirt, but the best part is how comfortable it is. Lovely natural cotton. Perfect.
I love the color and the print and the fit of this skirt. It's pretty and interesting and comfortable. I can't wait to wear it in the fall to my city's monarch butterfly festival.
This skirt is amazing!! I just luv the green color and the the positions of the butterflies. Svaha has some of the best clothing prints on the market.
Be well-armed for any occasion!
These cephalopod-inspired socks will octopi your heart with a kraken good style. Displaying a gorgeous coral octopus, you'll be all wrapped up in this smart-looking mollusc design. Intelligent octopi are bilaterally symmetric with four pairs of arms along with a beak and mouth where the arms meet.
The suction cups taste what they touch, and can repel octopus skin, preventing octopi from tangling up in themselves. They possess no internal or external skeleton, which allows for plenty of options when deftly hiding in tight spaces. Living in a variety of ocean regions, they implement many defense strategies including expelling ink, utilizing camouflage, swimming quickly, and practicing their mad hiding skills. All octopi are venomous, but don't worry: most are not deadly to humans!!
Available in sizes S (W 5-9)
Become a showstopper among your audience of acquaintances with this theatrical piece! The origin of the classic theater masks can be traced back to ancient Greece, where they were used to symbolize comedies for the smiling mask, and tragedies for the frowning one. These masks were difficult to preserve through history, since they were either crafted out of cheap or fragile materials, or they were burned as offerings to the gods. Whether you have a passion for performing in the limelight, or would rather admire the arts within the auditorium, this [necklace or dress] will compliment a variety of numbers -- no need to break a leg!
Get ready to ‘shellebrate'!
This marine-inspired necklace exhibits the beauty of one of our favorite cephalopods, the chambered nautilus. The nautilus is considered by many to be a living fossil, and since is spends most of the time on the depths of the ocean, its life and habits are still largely a mystery. This elusive creature exhibits some of the most gorgeous characteristics seen in nature.
We have captured the beautiful intricacy of the shell in this necklace. This is the perfect jewelry for marine biology enthusiasts, lovers of logarithmic spirals, or anyone, really!
Make fashion your forte!
Inspired by a string of instruments throughout history, the piano is ultimately the product of humankind's desire to have a volume-controlled harpsichord. The first ever piano was revealed in the early 18th century by a harpsichord crafter named Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori, and though this was many centuries ago, we still use a very similar model to this day. This pattern is so sharp, that onlookers won't be able to Handel it!