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Seasalt Cornwall opens new store in Chester

PUBLISHED: 12:38 09 September 2015 | UPDATED: 12:44 09 September 2015

Autumnal fashion by Seasalt Cornwall

Autumnal fashion by Seasalt Cornwall

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Seasalt Cornwall creates beautiful and useful women’s clothing and homeware that reflects their life by the sea.

How the new store in Chester will lookHow the new store in Chester will look

Their new shop on St Werburgh Street, Chester offers Seasalt women’s wear, footwear and accessories. You’ll also find their Cornish Home range, which showcases unique printed bed linen, luxury bathroom towels, pottery from the iconic St Ives Leach studios, Ron King prints and stationary to give your home a little taste of Cornwall.

Their garments speak of their landscape, people and heritage of Cornwall, it’s what makes them different. Seasalt’s design studio overlooks Falmouth Bay and St Anthony’s lighthouse and their small design team delight us each season with an array of beautiful new prints inspired by Cornwall. You won’t find them anywhere else!

Seasalt specialises in female fashion, accessories and footwear as well as a huge range of homeware.Seasalt specialises in female fashion, accessories and footwear as well as a huge range of homeware.

Seasalt were also the first fashion company to have garments certified by the Soil Association. From the very start Seasalt wanted to produce beautiful, handsome products that were excellent quality and had the least environmental impact.

Seasalt attracts lots of different types of customers but all expect great quality items that are long lasting and beautiful! One customer favourite, the Portfolio Skirt, has just arrived in two more new unique prints. This reversible, below-the-knee length, A-line skirt has been designed to be completely reversible, with a bolder print on one side and a ditsy print on the other. Customers love the versatility of this skirt.

A favourite all year round is their famous Seafolly Jacket. It’s made from top quality waterproof, breathable organic cotton Tin Cloth ® fabric, based on the traditional fisherman’s coat.

And not forgetting their original inspiration, and the very first Seasalt garment, is the classic striped Sailor Shirt, which is now in its 33rd year. Seasalt make their Sailor Shirts with the finest quality organic cotton and they come in a range of great colours – there really is one to suit everybody.

In 2016 Seasalt will be celebrating its 35th birthday! They have come a long way since they started in 1981 with their little shop in Penzance. Although they now have 29 shops and over 350 stockists around the country, Seasalt are still a family-run business and they are still passionate about creating quality garments that have been designed by the sea, for people everywhere.

Contact Details:

3-5 St Werburgh Street, Chester, CH1 2DY

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