Monday, September 25, 2023
DEMA Show CoverageThe Filthy Mermaid Apparel Line: For Mermaids Gone Bad

The Filthy Mermaid Apparel Line: For Mermaids Gone Bad


The Filthy Mermaid is making a splash at DEMA Show this year with their apparel line of “Got-to-have goods for mermaids gone bad.”

Keeping with the mermaid theme, their fashion-forward designs are mostly text-graphic with a fun and filthy flair. The line consists of mainly t-shirts and tanks ranging from US$20-$40 (~€18-~€36) depending on the design and whether short or long sleeve. They also do some caps and jackets as well as koozies or many things alcohol related.

The company was founded by Casey McNutt in the British Virgin Islands and is now making its way to the United States. It started out as a subscription-based company that would send a box every month to adult mermaids packed with all kinds of mermaid-abilia of a vulgar and sexual nature. The apparel line grew quickly out of that and is now their main focus.

You can see more of the designs and info on where to purchase at

Nola Schoder
Nola Schoder
Nola discovered her love for breathing underwater in San Diego, CA where she is a regular diver. An underwater photographer, she is rarely diving without her camera as though it has morphed to her being. Being an avid traveler, scuba diving has multiplied her bucket list by infinity so when she’s not looking for a macro critter hidden on the reef, you can be sure she is plotting her next dive adventure.