Summer is in full swing in many parts of the world, while autumn is approaching already in other climates. At the same time, many regions have found the transition from winter to spring to be somewhat nebulous, with record low temperatures and unexpected rainfall. Whatever the weather in your neck of the woods, you can find Seasalt clothing perfect for any season. Your favorite line of clothing is not just for winter. You can enjoy every season with some of the best fashion on the market. Here are some pointers for selecting stylish apparel, regardless of the season.
Seasalt clothing is designed in Cornwall, and shipped all over the world. Lightweight sundresses, waterproof jackets, and lovely, spring dresses all grace your closet and transition to your daily wear.
Seasalt has over 200 employees and in-house designers. Graphic designers and artists work closely with textile designers to develop the newest looks.
This year, crinkle cotton and prints are going to be on every beach and boardwalk. Prints range from stripes to florals, in both bold and pastel prints. Popular looks include a solid white top with bold print Capri pants and a coordinated cardigan. This look goes from the beach to the mall. All you have to do is change shoes, which you can also find at Seasalt.
Denim and chambray are also still the fad, with both rubbed finish and dark indigo rocking the catwalk.
Casual tops are rocking the retro, with an almost 1960’s vibe to the silk-screened florals and graphics. Spaghetti strap camis are also popular this year, in both prints and solids. Couple a print cami with a solid cardi, and you have a comfortable look that will get you through chilly mornings and into sunny afternoons.
T-shirts with every kind of neckline are also big for the summer. Whether V-neck, ruche, boat-neck, or embroidered scoop, your T-shirt can be comfortable and dress up or down as you desire.
When it comes to jackets, you have a wide choice of styles and functions. Rain jackets are available in every color, coordinating with the bold prints popular this season. They come with toggle closure or zipper. Other jackets have retro styling, such as the Pack-It Jacket that looks much like the car-coats popular in the 50s. the Bodinnick Jacket has the nautical look that never goes out of style, as does the Cocoa Jacket.
Most women will be happy to know that leggings are still in style. Seasalt Clothing has a wide section of leggings that coordinate beautifully with the jackets, tunic tops, and dresses that will make up this season’s stylings.
In addition to leggings, most women will be glad to see that shorts are not the baggy board shorts of the last decade, nor the short “hot pants” of several decades ago. They are a nice, mid-thigh length that is both comfortable and styish.
Even sweatshirts have received a remodel with this season. Unique styling and original color schemes make this season’s sweatshirts all the rage.
Some studies have shown that by the time a woman in the UK is 45 years old, she has tried 61 diets. In fact, most of the time, at least 25% of people in the UK are on a diet. Weight loss still ranks very high on the lists of priorities in most people’s lives. However, losing weight can be an elusive goal. Cultural patterns, habits, genetics, and busy lifestyles all work together to create an atmosphere in which it is hard to accomplish weight loss. It can be even harder to maintain weight loss. That is why it might be a good idea to go to a health farm. Spa retreats and health farms have come a long way from the exclusive, outrageously expensive resorts of bygone days. Today, a health farm or spa retreat may cost little more than a regular hotel. But, the benefits can far exceed even enthusiastic reviews.
Don’t Worry About Dining
Perhaps one of the best things about attending a health farm is that every meal is provided. Most of them are all inclusive in their rates, so that 3 meals a day are planned ahead. These meals are based on a healthy menu, often prepared by chefs. Contrary to the stereotype of being restricted to “rabbit food” when at a health farm, these retreats often include whole foods, holistic cooking, vegan cuisine, food for diabetics, menus for people who are lactose intolerant, and just about any other special dietary needs. Not only that, health farms often feature produce grown right on the farm, itself. They also use products from neighboring farms and markets.
Food at health farms is designed to be delicious and filling. Most of these spas offer cooking classes so that you can go home and take skills with you to maintain your new, healthy lifestyle.
Exercise at the Right Rate
As people try to lose weight, they always try to add exercise to their schedule. This is often difficult because when a person is out of shape, it is easier to get muscle strains and harder to get in shape. At a health farm, however, physical activity is carefully planned and supervised. Experts in the field will offer advice in yoga and aerobic exercises, gradually easing each person into a physical regimen that can be maintained at home.
Most health farms offer outdoor activities that add enrichment and variety to the daily routine. Kayaking, hiking, biking, and other activities are fun, and can build a love of the outdoors that encourages a person to seek out fresh, new activities at home.
Get On the Right Track
Going through detox routines means purging toxins out of the body. This can be difficult when a person has to maintain his or her regular schedule. At a health farm, however, this can be done more naturally and successfully, helping a person get on the right track to lose weight when he returns home.