Maggie Jean stopped by the studio dressed in a palette of pastels and we instantly knew that she would be pleased by our pastel dyed braided rope necklaces. Once she put it on, we knew that this fashion forward kid would wear it better than most adults! Well done Maggie.
Our friend Adam stopped by and said Hello. He’s been an early supporter of the Croc when we first started showing at the studio almost 4 years ago (!) We chatted briefly about some possible upcoming CT accessories for him to sport when onstage and he instantly gravitated to our giant holographic fishing lure necklace. Mr. Adam seems quite busy between bands but perhaps his most recent one, Uncle Boongy and His Bufu Nephews, will allow him to wear such statement pieces. Not too many men can pull it off but the Croc is pretty certain that Adam is one of the few that can! What do you think?
….aka the American Crocodile. Recently spotted at the Museum of Science. He’s pretty, right? Its been awhile since we’ve posted anything but we are still alive and getting ready for Spring (if) and when it decides to come. More to follow.
For some reason, this winter has been all about interviews. We were pleased to do another one for All Catharsis Everything. Check it out if you can. Its a great blog that covers people & events around the city. Thank you to Sandra for probably the most thorough and well written interview on CT to date…!
The Phoenix interview with Crocodile Tears is online as well as in their free weekly paper starting today. Thanks to Alex Cavallo and photographer, Conor Doherty. It was the most fun interview we’d ever done!
You can check it out here:
Alex from The Phoenix stopped by recently and tried on one of our rare green resin necklaces. Its nice to see people pick something colorful and fun in the middle of a cold December. Every little bit helps right?
We just approved the final proof so get ready!
Here’s a preview of what’s to come: