I first discovered Seea when an amiga was wearing a super cute rash guard during one of our retreats in El Salvador. Shortly after, I ordered one for myself and realized that the company is based in my hometown (San Clemente, CA). Super random. I have always had a bit of a bathing suit obsession, but I have never really been able to find cute rash guards and one pieces that provide good sun-protection, which is huge when it comes to living in the tropics. In the past, I’ve always known rash guards to have huge brand names labeled across the front, annoying turtleneck collars, and an awkwardly kinda loose/ kinda tight fit. Here are some of the Seealooks that are just the opposite.
Seea offers all the important factors when it comes to ladies’ surf wear. The styles are super cute with a vintage flair, functional in pounding surf, and often offer protection from harmful UV rays. From “playsuits” to dresses you wear surfing to stylish rashguards, I love every bit of their collection and admire the uniqueness and new energy the company is bringing to the surf fashion world.
Here is a peak into their collection via cute video lookbook:
Because I know that our retreat girls sometimes come from cities far from the ocean, away from the surfwear world, and often during winter months, we decided to bring down some Seea styles for sale at our spot in Nicaragua. I’m calling it the Suitcase Boutique and eventually plan on carrying other brands. For now, the Suitcase Boutique is stocked with Seea rash guards, surf suits, and bikinis for purchase at an Amiga discount. For details on inventory, sizes, and other information, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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