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Simply Eartha jewelry

The Simply Eartha brand was founded by Shapiro as a tribute to her mother, Eartha Kitt, and as a means of spreading empowering messages. It all began with the introduction of home décor items featuring Eartha Kitt’s images, handwritings, and wisdom. The brand’s jewelry line, which is environmentally friendly and entirely made in the U.S.A., continues this legacy by offering over 50 different styles of bracelets and necklaces. These Simply Eartha jewelry pieces, which start at $37, are available in corded or beaded varieties, as well as sterling silver plated and 18k gold plated options. Customers can choose from a wide range of colors and styles, some of which include Kittism sayings. The Simply Eartha Jewelry collection includes adjustable bracelets, bangles, and dangling necklaces, providing a plethora of choices for personal connections.

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The sterling silver plated bracelet bearing the inscription “My flaws make me who I am” serves as a poignant reminder that self-acceptance and happiness stem from embracing our imperfections. Rather than fixating on our flaws, it is crucial to acknowledge that imperfection is a universal trait and to wholeheartedly embrace our vulnerabilities. The profound message conveyed by this exquisite bracelet encourages us to celebrate our individuality and cherish our flaws as integral parts of our identity.

“Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!” – Dr. Seuss

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The jewelry collection is ideal for individuals experiencing depression, mental health issues, or those with hidden illnesses. I plan to give my 25-year-old daughter the “My flaws make me who I am” bracelet as a Christmas gift. She not only copes with a mental health condition but also lives with a traumatic brain injury. I trust that the bracelet will serve as a reminder for her to embrace herself as a survivor of a brain injury.

The Simply Eartha jewelry range complements other eco-friendly lines, such as throws, pillows, and blankets crafted from recycled cotton, as well as soy candles in repurposed glass containers. All Simply Eartha products prioritize the use of minimal and recycled materials for both packaging and shipping.

About Simply Eartha™: Simply Eartha honors Eartha Kitt with products that have her artistic sensibility, using natural, recycled and uniquely crafted materials. The high style products are made in the U.S.A. and offer a real connection to the past with a modern appeal. Kitt Shapiro, daughter of the famous celebrity, is the founder of the Simply Eartha™ brand, a tribute to the lifestyle and life lessons her mother embodied.  For additional information visit and for the most up-to-date interactive activity about the brand, experience Simply Eartha™ on its social media outlets: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube.

About Eartha Kitt: Eartha Kitt purred and pounced her way across Broadway stages, recording studios and movie and   Eartha Mae Kitt television screens in a career that lasted more than six decades. She was born Eartha Mae Kitt on a cotton plantation in South Carolina, on Jan. 17, 1927.  She was the illegitimate child of an African American/Cherokee mother and a white father about whom Ms. Kitt knew little. At eight years old she was sent to live in Harlem with her aunt. Her show-business break came on a lark, when a friend dared her to audition for the Katherine Dunham Dance Company. She passed the audition and permanently escaped the cycle of poverty and abuse that defined her life until then. She was among the first widely known African-American sex symbols and her signature highlight will always be her recording of “Santa Baby.” She was married to Bill McDonald, a real-estate developer, from 1960 to 1965 during which time, their daughter, Kitt, was born.  Her career has often been said to have had “nine lives.” Appropriately, she was tapped to play Catwoman in the 1960s TV series “Batman.” In 1978 she earned her first Tony nomination for her work in the Broadway show, “Timbuktu!” In 2000 she received her second Tony nomination, for best featured actress in a musical in “The Wild Party.” Her uniquely identifiable voice won her two Emmy Awards as outstanding performer in an animated program for her role as the scheming empress-wannabe villain, Yzma, in Disney’s “The Emperor’s New School.” Eartha was ahead of her time, living a ‘green’ lifestyle before it was chic.  She recycled everything and tended to her own organic fruit and vegetable gardens throughout her entire life. In addition, she maintained her signature voice and shapely physique through a personal fitness regimen which included daily running, weight training and stretching. She died on Christmas Day 2008 of colon cancer*, at the age of 81.

*Colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the U.S. It is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in American men and women. 50,000 Americans die from colon cancer each year. 150,000 Americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year alone. Colon cancer often has no symptoms at all, which is why screening is so important.  Kitt Shapiro is a member of the Board of Directors of the Colon Cancer Alliance and commits to donate a portion of the Simply Eartha product sales to awareness for colon cancer screenings. “It is one of the most treatable cancers if it is caught early. Early detection can save your life,” Shapiro said.


Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.
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