Urban Outfitters is the top dog of all things fun, unique and interesting. Any one of these toys could make your next get together the party of the century. In general, all these products will make life more fun. Come on Gem, after all your hard work chasing your dreams, you could totally use a good pool party to kick back and relax. Here is a round-up of ridiculous things for summer you didn’t know you needed: 1). Mahina Mermaid MerFun Mermaid Flipper ($100) – No shoes? No problem. Who needs them when you can wear a mermaid tail instead. As if you needed anymore of a reason to buy this pair of fin flippers, they’re eco-friendly and made from recycled rubber. 2.) Shell Pool Float ($48) – You know we’re all about mermaid vibes around here (hence the Mermaid Tales Pinterest board) because when the going gets tough, sometimes you just want to quit adulting
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I refuse to ever let go of the mermaid trend. Dive in with my picks for fulfilling your nautical dreams: Sea Life Charm Necklace ($98.00) / Morgan Polish ($14.00) / Manda Polish ($14.00) / Dead Sea Mud Facial Mask ($24.77) / Nita Crossbody Bag ($44.00) /Teach Me Your Sways Dress in Jade Green ($59.99) / Striped Sequin Shift Dress ($160.00) / Selene Sequins Strappy Dress ($288.00) / Rubie Dazzle Scalloped Metallic Sandal ($69.95) You can also find out how to seriously be a mermaid here.
When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a mermaid. This sounds like a silly statement, but I’m sure I’m not the only one. I grew up in the 90s. The Little Mermaid and Peter Pan were my absolute favorite flicks, and that’s because I was obsessed with the mermaids. No joke, my parents have dozens of photos of me when I was a kid, sitting on the slide of our plastic kiddie pool, pretending to be a majestic mermaid on a rock. Even today, the mermaid documentaries fascinate me. A wave of nostalgia sweeps over me whenever mermaids are involved, so needless to say, when I stumbled upon the Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy on Facebook, I had to find out more! PMSA is exactly what it sounds like – a mermaid swimming school. Founders Normeth Preglo, Anamie Saenz, and Franziska Limmer came up with this brilliant concept.