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    31 Must-Have Pieces For Your Shark Week Viewing Party

    Use the cult television marathon as an excuse for a new outfit. Or lots of new outfits! It is a whole week, after all.

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    1. A bathing suit depicting the (possible) downside of being Disney's favorite underwater princess.

    BlackMilk, $83

    2. Fang-rimmed sunglasses.

    3. A tank top featuring a very well-groomed shark.

    Etsy, $17.50

    4. A hippo–shark hybrid that's possibly more terrifying than a straight up shark.

    It certainly represents a new spin on Hungry Hungry Hippos.

    VeraMeat, $170

    5. A digitally printed seascape T-shirt dress.

    Emma Cook at Asos, $506

    6. "Chomp" socks.

    Urban Outfitters, $8 each

    7. A girly graphic tee.

    Swell, $28

    8. A clutch featuring a beautiful but probably deadly scene.

    Samudra at Shopbop, $65

    9. A painterly rendering of a vaguely Sharknado-esque surrealist scene.

    Plus starz! Kumiko Watari at Farfetch, $542

    10. An understated fin ring.

    Etsy, $125

    11. And another, in the classic fin design.

    Etsy, $32

    12. A top you can tuck in or wear as a dress.

    Forever 21, $18

    13. Or a cute printed tennis dress in a (slightly) similar print.

    Dusen Dusen at Need Supply Co., $176

    14. A backpack featuring this gold grill-wearing shark. Feisty!

    Sprayground via Tilly's, $84

    15. Tank tops with a cutesy plea to any real sharks in the vicinity. It might work, you never know.

    I mean, it doesn't look like this model's been attacked by any sharks yet...

    Billabong at Billabong, $36 and $18, respectively

    16. A tee featuring the oft-forgotten hammerhead shark.

    Show Me Your Mumu at Revolve Clothing, $80

    17. A Jaws pocket tee. Bonus: Put an iPod mini in the pocket and play the JAWS theme on repeat.

    18. But of course, the sharkini™.

    Made to order by Bad Aby Designs, $100

    19. A sharp button-down shirt printed to resemble a shark attack in progress.

    It's not looking good for the shirt's wearer, even though the shirt itself does look good.

    Lazy Oaf, $114

    20. Your new "going out" heels.

    Irregular Choice at ModCloth, $159

    21. A tee that's not actually Chanel but awesome regardless. Sequins!

    Drycleanonly at Farfetch, $413

    22. A biting bright neon tank.

    Hurley at Tilly's, $27

    23. A triple tooth ring.

    Luv AJ at Revolve Clothing, $44

    24. A chunky knit sweater. Everyones loves a chunky knit.

    Vintage via Etsy, $29

    25. A body-con dress... to release your inner man-eater.

    *Wink.*

    Tee and Cake at Topshop, $60

    26. An elegantly draped (and appropriately shredded) peekaboo shouldered caftan.

    Mariel Manuel at FarFetch, on sale for $749

    27. A Givenchy iPad case.

    Luisaviaroma, $300

    28. Multi-species shark leggings.

    They've all got together to celebrate Shark Week too!

    ModCloth, $35

    29. A T-shirt just begging you to color in these sharks with little flecks of blood around their mouths.

    Definitely pair it with these Hawaiian shorts, also.

    Lazy Oaf at Urban Outfitters, $60

    30. Or if you prefer cuddly creatures to dead-eyed people eaters.

    31. But if Shark Week is your true raison d'être (as it should be), celebrate with an 18-karat rose gold fossilized shark tooth "framed by a spray of shimmering pavé 1.08-carat diamonds."

    Anita Ko at Net-A-Porter, $13,210