Beach Life

beach life Jesus sandals cartwheeling on the beachcornwall knitted aran cardigans sisters of style in aran and stripesfun on the beachripped skinny jeans

(left) Charlotte wears: hand knitted cardigan, Mango jumper, Topshop jeans (old, similar here), Sandals from a local market in Crete

(right) Camilla wears: hand knitted cardigan, H&M top, Topshop shirt and jeans (both old, similar here and here), Sandals from a local market in Crete

Cornwall is one of our happy places. What we love about Cornwall is how relaxed it is, and the ridiculous foodie scene. We’ve eaten pizza on the beach cooked by some local boys who just setup their stone baked pizzeria in the open air, at what looked like a quaint run down inn but turned out to be an absolute gem of a seafood restaurant, and at a fancy beachside restaurant (which we were still in damp beaches clothes and wet salty hair, and it was 100% acceptable.) Literally every meal was delicious. Cornish residents take their food very seriously, and we love to eat it. So other than eating and never getting dressed up, or having completely dry hair we love to surf, swim and body board in the sea (in full wetsuits). Going on costal hikes is another love, the wind and wide open views of the coast and bays are so uplifting. Barbecues on the beach with lots of friends and family. Some our favourite places in the North East of Cornwall are, Polzeath, Padstow, Mawgan Porth and Port Isaac, there are still so many places we want to visit.

The cardigans we are wearing were knitted by our extremely talented Nan, we say what we wants and she creates knitting patterns from memory. Our sandals are what we often refer to as a Jesus sandal, if its natural un treated leather, has a cross over pattern then it makes it a Jesus sandal. What we are wearing is pretty much our Cornwall beach uniform, distressed denim, stripes and our knitted by nan cardigans.

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