Our Suzy stretch treggings are perfect to wear with tunics and dresses. Soft, flexible and designed to keep their shape, this stylishly smart pair bridges the gap in your wardrobe between trousers and leggings
A super flattering, stretch denim pencil skirt. Seasalt's Pordenack Point Skirt is a year-round wardrobe staple that’s perfect with a striped T-shirt in summer or roll-neck jumper and boots in winter. It falls to the knee and is slightly faded for a love-worn look. With classic five-pocket styling, zip and button fly and belt loops.
Made from a smooth and lightweight linen blend with soft eyelash trims, the Acid Wash denim-effect Scarf is a cool and contemporary layering piece. Try wrapping it effortlessly over a leather biker jacket and pretty day dress.
A versatile denim skirt, Seasalt style. The Penrose Skirt has a gentle A-line shape and sits above the knee. Made out of charcoal coloured cotton, it has a a hint of stretch for an extra comfy fit and is finished with smart button pocket detail and anchor print pocket lining. Lovely with a splash of teal or sea green, this is essential everyday outfitting at its best.
Quirky touches are a White Stuff favourite - note the assorted print buttons on their Chalky cardigan. It's got a classic round neck, ribbed trims and a flattering curved hem, making it the perfect lightweight cover up.
This Burliuk bouclé-knit cardigan will add instant sophistication to a pared-back look. The pure white base is flecked with blue and orange, and the open front is softly frayed for added texture. Slip it over a T-shirt and jeans for a Parisian-inspired weekend look.
The style of Inis evolves from a backdrop of neutrals and naturals... the colour of the elements that surround us: stones on a beach or a dry stone wall, sky, sand, sea, fabric of buildings, shells, etc. The stock that sits on this backdrop is made up of neutrals and splashes of colour. Inis is based in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders where we have three stores in the historic towns of Peebles Galashiels and Hawick.