Our Products

In the same way that our clothes are made to last from carefully sourced, quality fabrics, we also nurture long term relationships with our trusted suppliers. We partner with people in our supply chain who, like us, feel a duty to trade responsibly.

Seasalt Knitwear

Our Fabrics

Proud pioneers of Soil Association GOTS certified organic cotton , Seasalt was the first fashion company to achieve Soil Association GOTS certification, back in 2005. We then developed Tin Cloth® , an innovative waterproof fabric made from organic cotton.

We use recycled fibres for more and more of our products, including our swim range, which is crafted from Repreve® and several Rain styles, made from our trademarked, recycled polyester Tide Cycle® . Both of these performance fabrics are made using recycled plastic bottles. Using recycled plastics to make fabric emits fewer greenhouse gases and helps conserve water and energy in the production process.

This season, we’ve introduced several styles in luxuriously soft and silky modal . This responsibly produced fabric is made from wood pulp, sourced from sustainable forestry and processed in a closed loop system, which catches or re-uses chemicals to prevent water pollution.

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How It’s Made

Whether it’s looking after our people here in Cornwall or overseas, respecting workers’ rights is vital. We build long term, meaningful relationships with our suppliers and our internal Compliance and Ethics team make sure they commit to the Ethical Trading Initiative’s base code of practice.

We design all our collections in Falmouth, and our primary manufacturers are in India, Turkey, China, Vietnam and Bulgaria. We support UK manufactured product where possible and sell Leach pottery, Trevarno Skincare and St Eval home fragrances. If you’re curious about your garment’s country of origin, look on its label or find its details online.

We’re also on a journey to make our supply chain as sustainable as possible and require that our suppliers commit to high standards of animal welfare. We only source leather and suede that is a by-product of the food industry, where animals have been treated in a humane way, and we work with a number of Leather Working Group accredited tanneries. Our wool yarns are sourced from farms which do not practice mulesing, and we only use responsible harvesting methods such as clipping and shearing. We do not use Angora in our products.

Made To Last

Sesasalt’s design ethos is to create beautiful and useful clothes that our customers can enjoy wearing season after season. From our roots, selling workwear to the fishermen and artists of Penzance, we have always designed with durability in mind, favouring natural fibres for their quality and softness. Conscious of our impact, we work hard to source new and sustainable fabrics that are hard-wearing. Our design teams thoroughly test our products for fit and quality to ensure Seasalt garments are made to last.

Seasalt Easy On clothing

Easy On

Seasalt’s purpose is to inspire women of all shapes and ages to dress with creativity and confidence. As we continue to make our brand more inclusive, expanding our range of sizes and fits, we wanted in our own small way, to help women who find it difficult to get dressed.

We worked closely with a group of Seasalt customers, who have challenges getting dressed because of physical disabilities, to understand how we can make our clothing more accessible.

Guided by their experiences, our design team developed discreet adaptations of some of our bestselling pieces as well as creating some innovative new styles, designed to make dressing quicker, easier and more comfortable. It’s the same Seasalt style our customers love, with some helpful design twists.

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