Steph’s Helston Flora

posted on May 6th, 2016 by Laura Ellis

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Flora Day is my favourite day of the year and a big part of the Helston calendar. My whole family have danced on Flora Day and my dad used to play in Helston Town Band leading the processions. Read the rest of this entry »

Sea, Salts & Sail Festival

posted on April 29th, 2016 by Nikki Phillips

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We love any excuse to celebrate Cornwall’s fantastic nautical heritage and the granite-walled Cornish harbour in Mousehole sets the scene for the Sea Salts & Sail Festival (SS&S). The unique bi-annual event is aimed at preserving the tiny fishing village’s Cornish maritime history, whilst raising money for local charities. Read the rest of this entry »

Cornwall’s Inspirational Women

posted on March 8th, 2016 by Laura Ellis

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We’re celebrating International Women’s Day by giving a well-deserved shout out to those women who have made Cornwall proud. Read the rest of this entry »

Behind The Scenes On Our Fisherman’s Garden Photoshoot

posted on January 14th, 2016 by Laura Ellis

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Our latest collection has been inspired by the colourful gardens of Cornish fishermen. Hardy flowers and unusual shrubs spring up amongst bright buoys, fishing nets and weather worn driftwood.  Read the rest of this entry »

Make Merry Workshops with our Seasalt Friends

posted on December 10th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas here at Seasalt if we didn’t celebrate our love for all things crafty and unique! In true Seasalt spirit, we launched our first Make Merry workshops in our Falmouth, Woodbridge, Bath and Chester shops.

Our Seasalt Friends were invited to come along and the evenings were hosted by Anna Roberts, a member of our very own creative window display team; Kathryn Fowler, one of our print designers; and our good friend Jennie Maziels, illustrator of pop-up books and re-inventor of the iron on patch!

Our ladies busied themselves making paper Christmas tree decorations and embellishing Seasalt Sailor Shirts, while tucking into Cornish nibbles and having giggles with fellow Seasalt enthusiasts. They also had time to shop our latest collections, where many took advantage of their exclusive, one-night-only Make Merry discounts!  It was lovely to see them walk away from the evening with their unique creations, their goody bags and smiling faces.

We couldn’t help but capture the festive fun on film:

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

posted on December 1st, 2015 by Nikki Phillips

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We’re 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 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 in (@seasaltclothing) to be in with a chance of winning your chosen outfit.
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Good luck!

Terms and conditions

The deadline for entries is midnight on Thursday 17th December 2015. There is no entry fee and no purchase required. 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. No cash alternative available. By entering the competition you have the legal capacity to do so and agree to these terms and conditions. The winner will be selected at random and will be tagged in a comment on the post on which they entered. The winner must contact Seasalt via the email address provided (competitions@seasaltcornwall.co.uk) within 24 hours in order to confirm acceptance and arrange receipt of their prize. Should the prize not be claimed within 24 hours a new winner will be selected at random. The competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over, except employees of Seasalt and their immediate families, or anyone professionally associated with this promotion. The prize winner agrees to the use of their name for promotional purposes.

Coastal Explorers – Falmouth to Maenporth

posted on November 19th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

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Last weekend we wrapped up in our trusty Seasalt RAIN coats and embarked on a walk along part of the South West Coast Path. Read the rest of this entry »

Lighthouses of Cornwall

posted on November 13th, 2015 by Nikki Phillips

As you may already know, our studios overlook Falmouth Bay and across to St. Anthony’s Lighthouse. It’s this beautiful view which inspires us every day.

St Dotted along our coastline, lighthouses are often seen as iconic Cornish landmarks. They’re so iconic in fact that they regularly feature on our Jute Bags, Greetings Cards and Tea Towels.Trinity House, one of the key authorities for looking after lighthouses, tends to over 60 lighthouses situated throughout the British Isles. Eight of these working lighthouses can be found around Cornwall, with a further three on the Isles of Scilly.

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The Silver Lining To The Mornings Getting Darker…

posted on October 8th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

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Sophie Chadwick’s Latest Prints Inspired by North Cornwall

posted on September 25th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

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Our textile designer, Sophie Chadwick, creates an array of beautiful prints for each of our collections. After exploring Daymer Bay on the north Cornish coast, Sophie created a set of intricate patterns that reminded her of the area. Here are a few of her latest prints… Read the rest of this entry »