I was super happy to receive some of these kick ass tee’s to show off to you this week. Salt Clothing Company is a hand printed apparel company born in a seaside surf town in Tyne and Wear, UK.
The brand has been influenced by travels through surf towns, cities, villages, communities and destinations across the world – but it is from the North East of England that Salt takes it’s true essence: From the beaches and rugged coastline; from the rolling hills and harsh borders to the north; from the traditional mining and fishing villages that are dotted throughout the region; from the ‘salt of the earth’ folk that strive to survive; from the salty city slickers drawn to the region’s cultural centres; the famed cities and beautiful world renowned architecture. Salt connects all these influences in one way or another: be it the earth; the food; the sweat; the tears; or especially the sea.
They were kind enough to send me two t-shirts to show to you today. They arrived in a beautiful box and folded so prettily in tissue paper. The first thing that struck me was the quality. So soft!! The printing isn’t rigid like it can be on some t-shirts you get cheaply elsewhere.
I took photos instantly when I got them home, but I wanted to wait til I had a good way of styling them to share on my blog.
I can instantly see these appealing to festival goers, especically the black sleeveless number. So easy to wear, so soft and so versatile.
Here I am styling my Logo Boxy Tee priced at £10.00 (WOW). I am wearing it with my new favourite lipstick from the Clinique Colour pop collection, in Cola and my binky’s trinkets ship necklace. My collection of nautical necklaces from her Etsy shop make several appearances in fact!! I’m also wearing my red Zatchels Satchel. What a dreamy colour!
I also styled this Flèches Sleeveless Vest Tee in black.
I absolutely love their tee’s and highly recommend them to anyone – super soft, high quality and so easy to style.
Thank you Salt Clothing Company!