Job Vacancy – Accessories Designer, Part-Time, Temporary (Falmouth)

posted on November 24th, 2014 by Laura Ellis


Seasalt are seeking a creative and enthusiastic individual with a keen eye for colour, pattern and detail. You will have the ability to demonstrate creative thinking and an understanding of the brand within a commercial environment. You must be able to show a real flair for concept driven gifts along with accessories to compliment the womenswear range.

This is a part time, temporary position to cover maternity leave from the spring.

The main duty of this role is to develop & build the accessory and gift range along with the wider team by delivering a range of products including bags, belts, socks, footwear, knitted accessories and hats.

Key Skills required –

  • Excellent CAD skills
  • 3-5years experience in a similar environment.
  • Must be creative with a commercial eye.​
  • Hardworking, organised and good at multi-tasking.​
  • Research/​interpret and present trend information every season.

For more information please see the job description below.

Accessories Designer Job description
Seasalt Application Form

Please send completed forms to
The closing date for applications is: Wednesday 10th December

Job Vacancy – Christmas Sales Advisor, Part-Time (Totnes)

posted on November 24th, 2014 by Laura Ellis


This Christmas we are looking for a Temporary Sales Advisor to join our dynamic team in our Totnes shop. You will need to be highly motivated, customer focused, flexible and able to work weekdays/weekends and during the festive period which can be fun. If you think you have what it takes please take a look at the job description below and fill out the application form.

Job description
Seasalt Application Form

Please send completed applications to
The closing date for this position is 1st December 2014

How to Make a Rope Wreath

posted on November 21st, 2014 by Laura Ellis

Rope wreaths are great for all times of the year. They add a quirky, nautical mood to any room, and a wonderful sense of seaside nostalgia.

We’ve put together a step by step guide for you to create your own rope wreath – we’ve added a red ribbon as a finishing touch to take this nautical favourite into the festive season.


You will need:
Natural looking rope
Foam board or cardboard
Hot glue gun
Red ribbon
Large plate (roughly 12” to draw around)

Begin by plaiting together three strands of rope – try and have your rope as long as possible, you can always trim off the excess. If you do run out, don’t worry, you can join more on.

Then draw around the plate onto your foam board or cardboard. Mark roughly an inch around your circle and draw a larger circle. Using your scalpel carefully cut out following your two lines so you are left with a ring.

Using a good amount of hot glue secure the end of your plait to the foam board.

Gradually begin to wrap tightly around the foam board ring to neatly cover it.

Try and wrap as tightly as you can to cover up the foam board.

If you run out of rope, join another piece by using the hot glue gun onto the back of your wreath and continue to wrap.

Secure the end with a touch of glue. Tie a big ribbon bow on the top and you’re done.
Now hang up your wreath so everyone can admire and congratulate you on your handiwork!

A Christmas Market Guide

posted on November 20th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

The temperature has dropped, the evenings are darker and lights have started twinkling. Although we do have a slight longing for a sunny, post-work beach swim, there’s something about this crisp time of year that brings out our inner childish Christmas glee. Read the rest of this entry »

Truro City of Lights

posted on November 19th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

Image courtesy of Truro City Of Lights

Seasalt are proud sponsors of the ‘Truro City of Lights’, one ofthe most anticipated family events in the Cornwall Christmas calendar.

For one night only, people from across the county head to the city to watch the dazzling procession of handmade lanterns floating through the streets. This year’s theme, ‘Heroes’, is inspired by the heroic acts of ordinary people when placed in extraordinary situations, with particular reference to the First World War. The lights will be lovingly carried by professional artists, accompanied Cornish school children as well as local community and youth groups. Read the rest of this entry »

Have You Made Your Cake Yet?

posted on November 14th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

This week has seen some of the more organised Seasalt staff get busy in the kitchen making their Christmas cakes.

It may seem a little early to start the festive favourite but traditionally the cake should be ‘fed’ a few tablespoons of alcohol (or tea) every few weeks prior to icing it. This ensures the cake has lots of flavour as well as keeping it rich and moist. Read the rest of this entry »

WIN your Wish List! – Up to the value of £250

posted on November 11th, 2014 by Laura Ellis
WIN your Seasalt Wish List to the value of £250

We are well and truly in the Christmas spirit and we want to spread our festive cheer by giving you the chance to WIN your Seasalt Wish List with a value of up to £250! If you’d like to wake up on Christmas morning and unwrap the Seasalt goodies you’ve been lusting after for months simply follow the instructions below.

Instructions for how to enter:

  • Sign in to your account (or create an account if you’re new to Seasalt)
  • Browse through the Seasalt website to find items you love and click “ADD TO WISH LIST”
  • When you’re happy with your Wish List head back to the Wish List page in ‘My Account’ and choose which social platform you’d like to share it on.
  • Whether you choose to share your Wish List on Facebook or Twitter you’ll need to make sure you tag us (@seasaltclothing) to be in with a chance of winning your chosen outfit.
Unique Seasalt Falmouth Yacht Dot Print

Good luck!

Terms and conditions

The deadline for entries is 10 December 2014. Please note: items in your wish list are not reserved and may go out of stock. In the event that the winner’s chosen items are out of stock, similar items will be substituted.

Job Vacancy – Graphic Designer

posted on November 7th, 2014 by Janet

Seasalt Grahic Design Job

We’re on the lookout for a talented graphic designer to join our busy team. You’ll have at least 3-4 years of graphic design experience, be passionate about print, and daft about brochure & catalogue design. We are looking for someone who loves a good old fashion pencil but is totally up-to-date with Adobe Creative Suite Illustrator, Indesign and Photoshop. Experience in a busy design studio essential, as is a relevant degree.

If you think you have a gift for print design get in touch by sending samples of your work as well as the job application form to .

This role is full-time, based in our Falmouth office.

Previous applicants need not apply.

Graphic Designer Job Description

Seasalt Job Application Form

Closing date for this role is 21st November 2014

We Love Boats

posted on November 6th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

Maritime life plays a huge part in who we are. We take our inspiration from the sea, from seaside towns and people who spend their lives on the coast. We can even see the sea from our Design Studio.

Being based in Falmouth means we are heavily influenced by the boats in around the Fal. For hundreds of years Cornish families have made their living dredging oysters in the Fal, with many of the traditional boats being made here in Falmouth. Unique Seasalt Falmouth Yacht Dot Print

Throughout the summer months many of the working boats can be seen racing through the waters, taking part in regattas around Cornwall and the rest of the country. It really is a spectacular sight to see the boats racing in full sail. Read the rest of this entry »

Cornish Blue Cheese & Poppy Seed Scones

posted on November 6th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

We often get stuck on what to bake in the run up to Christmas. We want something tasty, something great for buffets and something that isn’t too heavy. We trialled a few different recipes in the office this year and these Cornish Blue Cheese & Poppy Seed Scones came out on top. We’ve struck gold with these, they will definitely be featuring on our Christmas party tables.

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