Late last year, the company told me about their new range Lighthouse Clothing - more nautical and casual in nature. Seeing the mood board for it back then, it reminded me a little of Seasalt. I was very much looking forward to seeing the range when it launched during March and I wasn't disappointed. It's not a huge range yet but there was lots that I loved so it was my pleasure to select some pieces for the family to try out.
Carrie Printed Waterproof Coat - perfect for the next 6 months or so. It's not the usual light nylon waterproof material - it's more substantial than that with a softer feel and the whole coat is lined in cotton jersey so there is some warmth to it.
My husband and I went for his & hers sweatshirts!
Haven Cotton Sweater Top
It's got lovely detail on it - stripes on the neckline and at the wrist, in the zipped pockets each side and also down the zip.
Seafarer Cotton Jersey Top
Again, sizing is spot on - BK is wearing the L here.
My son didn't chose anything and that's the only negative. The kids range only goes up to age 7-8 currently and the mens size S still a bit too big for him. But he was happy to be the photographer in this instance. Actually on that, please let me know if you've any suggestions for where to source clothing for tall, slim 12 year olds!
All told, I think it's a great addition to the offering at this innovative local company and I look forward to the range extending over coming seasons. Thanks to the guys behind Lighthouse Clothing and Target dry for always supporting the blog and for being key players in keeping my family and myself dressed for all weathers :)
Disclaimer - we were supplied all items free of charge but I was not obliged to blog about them nor was I paid to. All words are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog - especially the local ones x