Keep Your Friends Close, but Your Seea Closer

I watched The Godfather movies (Parts I&II) and am stuck in a sea of quotes. ‘Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes,’ ‘Going to the mattresses,’ and ‘Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in’ – I’ll stop before going too far down the path of no return. Speaking of “sea,” should Luca Brasi have been wearing The Seea before he went to sleep with the fishes? Absolutely.

 I’m 97.8% sure The Godfather does nothing to empower women–we’d call that movie The Godmother. The Seea, on the other hand, does just that. Their brand ambassadors are crucial to design elements as they provide experience-filled feedback like, ‘My suit didn’t go to sleep with the fishes when I wiped out’ or, ‘The one-piece didn’t turn into an inflatable raft when I was body surfing.’ The Seea suits are made for activity and possibly shameless Godfather references. 

Over the years I’ve been able to shoot with Leah Dawson, one of The Seea’s ambassadors. Some of my favorite ocean moments have come from working with her. Exuding grace and confidence, she surfs when the waves are playful or when they’re well overhead and she’s flying down the face.  Her constant curiosity and grit lends itself to her utilizing a variety of maneuvers and equipment. This makes her an excellent representative of a brand that looks as good as it feels and moves.

No matter what you are doing in the water, The Seea designs suits to last with color, patterns, and textures that inspire brand loyalty. Some of the signature designs that have women coming back for more are akin to retro-inspired prints you may have seen in your parent’s or grandparent’s pictures (or houses) from the 60’s or 70’s. But, never fear, these aren’t the patterns or scratchy fabric that you wish stayed in the 70s with that questionable shag carpet. I promise, take a look for yourself.

Shut the front door, I have a tie-in! Do you know what else came out in the 70s? The Godfather! On that note, I’ll leave you with the best closing line I’ve had yet…

Leave the Funk, take the cannoli.

Dear Reader, that catchy closing line is under construction you should never leave a Funk unless the cannoli is really really delicious or it may endure the test of time, stay tuned, dun dun dun