the sea word

  • Being your own brand ambassador

    Each Solar Bare print tells a story from the Great Barrier Reef and with this year being International Year of the Reef, they take on an extra layer, helping to shine a light on the health of our oceans and the future of our iconic reef.  As a World Heritage Area since 1981, it’s one of Australia’s natural treasures.  Solar Bare is so proud to showcase the magnificent patterns of the reef on all our original prints.
  • Creative mojo

    In the earlier 1980s when Midnight Oil, Inxs and Sunny Boys ruled the Sydney pub circuit and I was in year 11, my mum did what I considered to be t...
  • Sun sense and sensibility

    Sun wear is simply one of the most effective ways to minimise sunburn and protect our kids. A rashie is a practical, convenient way to go. Think of it as at-shirt with benefits. Quick dry fabric and offering a high UPF, rashies have got you covered.
  • Fear and loathing in the dressing room

    With summer on our doorstep, it's that confronting time of year when we have to step out and search for a new swimsuit.  For this mission, we’re f...
  • Win a Solar Bare mini

    To coincide with National Skin Cancer Action Week, we're giving away four pieces from the brand new Solar Bare mini collection. To win, like the So...
  • CAL collaboration

    ‘Intercontinental creative collaboration’ sounds a whole lot like serious business, a joint venture between an LA-based movie director and an Austr...
  • Sea change and see change

    Creative thinkers find it easy to visualise the destination, whether that’s a major event, an extension or renovation, new product, artwork or even...
  • Keep calm and shine on

    Still, the overload is enough to make you want to sleep in and simply run away to a time before social media when we really did run free and didn’t have to wonder if our inner goddess was shining quite brightly enough.
  • Find your porpoise

    Moving to the coast isn’t just a romantic sea change, with sandy toes and beach hair and spotting dolphins as they frolic in the surf. It’s real ch...
  • Counter culture

    There’s nothing like people watching to reveal social trends and norms. It's clear how dependent we’ve become on mobile technology and caffeine. In...
  • Cool to be kind

    You know how we're often asked to describe ourselves in three words? Well, if I had to add a short descriptive phrase to my lanyard at a conference...
  • Are you my mother?

    When I was little, I loved going through the old photo albums that my mum had so painstakingly put together.  Most of the photographs were tiny, se...