Half Term in Cornwall


Coat – very old (not sure where it is from)
Striped Tunic – Seasalt Cornwall
Leggings – People Tree
Shoes- Melissa

Last week was half term for the children so we were treated to a week in Bude by my Mother and Father in Law. We had the most amazing house which I think may have been Edwardian and was decorated with some lovely attention to detail. As it was very windy especially on Monday the beautiful bay windows including one in our bedroom and one with window seats in the lounge were perfect for checking out the amazing view of the waves on Crooklets Beach whilst keeping cosy and warm indoors.

We did get out and about despite the weather and even went to the beach one day. On Halloween the children insisted on dressing up all day. I can’t believe I actually went out with the devil horns on but eventually had to take them off before going for a pub lunch (amazing crab sandwiches, washed down with a few lagers) as they were giving me a headache (the horns not the lager!).

Whenever I go to Cornwall, I always see the huge attraction of Seasalt Cornwall clothes. They are so perfectly suited for the wet and windy weather being both relaxed and cosy to wear. I bought the striped tunic in the outfit above about a year ago from Seasalt Cornwall and I wear it loads as the organic cotton that it is made of is so thick, warm and comfortable. This top is still available along with lots of other amazing striped tops from Seasalt Cornwall on style-is.co.uk.

Here are a few more photos and instagrams from last week!

1. Our holiday house in Cornwall
2. An elephant table lamp in the above
3. Our spectacular bedroom in our holiday house
4. Knitted swimwear from years gone by in the museum at Bude
5. A sea view from our bedroom window (my dress by People Tree)
6. Some new cushions to brighten up our old sofa, made in Britain.
7. Halloween fizzy treats
8. Halloween horns!

What have you been up to over the last week? hope you werent too affected by the bad weather.

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