Cornwall LivingIssue #98
Weird Fish offers something different from the norm – a sense of fun, an eye for practicality and plenty of style and quality.
After an inspiring walk along a coast path in Cornwall, Weird Fish was born with a simple mission: to produce well-made and distinctive clothes that become instant feel-good favourites.
“We live for that Friday feeling every day,” explains the brand’s Managing Director, John Stockton. “Whether we’re unwinding by the coast, walking our dogs, or just catching up with friends, the weekend gives us the time to unwind and be ourselves. We believe everyday should be full of the freedom and fun that the weekend gives us.”
This season, Weird Fish is embracing long summer days, eco-friendly fabrics, and the great British staycation. After successfully launching their sustainable Bamboo range in the spring, Weird Fish has just released their new Tencel collection. Tencel is a super soft, breathable and biodegradable fabric, composed from wood pulp of fast-growing trees. Naturally hypoallergenic and responsibly sourced, this wonder material has even won a European Award for the Environment, adding to the company’s growing range of sustainable fabrics.
The summer sees the gradual return to normality after a difficult start to the year for everyone, and for Weird Fish, this means shops reopening. “We are so pleased to be able to welcome customers safely back into our stores,” says John. “We know the great British staycation is going to mean more to our shoal than ever this year, and we have some great store locations in Cornwall that will be happy to get a visit from some friendly faces this summer.”
From fish and chips on the beach, to dipping your toes in the sea, Weird Fish has a wonderfully fresh range of clothes to go with you on all your UK holiday adventures this season.
For 20% off Weird Fish clothing online and in-store, simply use code ‘CORNWALL20’ at the checkout. Offer expires 31st August and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or sale. Can be redeemed in Weird Fish stores excluding St Ives, Trentham and Keswick