Jump on board our mission to make waves, not waste by shopping our Coast to Coast Collection.
Coast to Coast Collection
The tides are changing: we’re bridging the gap between two shorelines with our latest drop! Get ready to be swept away with pieces inspired by charming beachside towns, lighthouse-topped cliffs, and summertime on the Cape! (coastal grandma aesthetic FTW).
For us, it’s important to look good when you sweat, but this collection is made for more than just that. Whether you’re going out for coffee with friends or setting off on a morning hike, these pieces will quickly become an essential part of your eco-friendly wardrobe.
Of course, there’s a story behind everything we do, and the Coast to Coast Collection is no different. Our founder, Mckenna Haz, was inspired to create Seaav by her hometown of Vancouver Island, BC, so naturally all of our past releases have been west coast-influenced. Now that she’s anchored down in Boston, MA, we’re giving a little nod to Mckenna’s new stomping ground to show that we are all connected by the ocean… no matter what coast.
Made for adventure, inspired by our coastlines. Seaav's most popular items. Thanks to you.
Do good while looking good.
Every item removes one pound of waste from our shorelines.
We donate 1% of our profits to coral planting.
Our ethical factories create your product in fair, safe working conditions.
Made with the smallest environmental footprint and the comfiest, most sustainable materials.
It’s easy to fall into the cycle of fast fashion.
Over 52 million tonnes of polyester garments are produced every year. Because it’s made from non-renewable resources, virgin polyester is responsible for 40% of the fashion industry’s emissions.
With more responsibly made products to come and constant innovation, Seaav strives to make waves — in our oceans and the fashion industry as whole.
Saving the Ocean Looks Good on You!
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