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Home / Latest News / Cornish clothes brand Seasalt is opening its first Welsh store

Cornish clothes brand Seasalt is opening its first Welsh store

One of Cornwall’s most popular homegrown retailers, Seasalt, is coming to Cardiff this autumn.

The new store will offer women’s clothing, footwear and homeware that reflect the maritime and artistic heritage of Cornwall.

Also famous for their high quality outerwear, Seasalt’s Rain collection is tried and tested on Cornish clifftops. The brand was the first fashion company to have garments certified by the Soil Association and iconic organic pieces include the Seafolly Jacket and the Breton striped Sailor Shirt.

The Cornish Home range that will be available in-store will showcase Seasalt home fragrances and an exclusive ceramics range from the iconic Leach Pottery studios in St Ives. The store at St David’s will also offer Seasalt’s womenswear range in addition to new lines of footwear.

Steven Madeley, General Manager for St David’s Cardiff commented: “Seasalt will be a fantastic addition to our womenswear and home offering at St David’s. It’s great to welcome a successful family-run brand to Wales for the first time, and bring a little bit of the coast to the city centre.”

Seasalt Co-founder, Neil Chadwick, said “We’re delighted to be opening our very first Welsh shop in St David’s as we continue to expand our business. We’re looking forward to meeting more of our customers and offering them our latest collections, designed in our studios in Falmouth, Cornwall.”

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