“Fair winds and following seas” – is what sailors say to bid one another luck and safe travels. It’s also what inspired the name for Fair Seas Supply Co – a California based company specializing in colorful round Turkish towels. I’ve been admiring Fair Seas Supply Co products for quite some time now but just recently learned more about the company and what they stand for. In addition to offering a fabulous product, Fair Seas Supply Co is committed to using sustainable materials. They use Eco-friendly materials for their towels AND packaging. They also take pride in helping to employ American workers, turning to local sew shops to help with the manufacturing process. I have so much respect for this company and their mission to produce a quality, American-made product!
Fair Seas Supply Co. has made a name for themselves in the world of round towels. From the use of high quality materials to local manufacturing, they provide some of the best Turkish towels on the market. All their towels are made of organic cotton sourced from half way across the world. The finished product is lightweight, quick drying and (most importantly) machine washable. Not only can you throw these towels in the washer and dryer, they actually become softer with each wash. Feel free to iron them too – Turkish fabric is known to be very durable.
I’ve been using my Fair Seas Supply Co towels as beach blankets all summer long and have received so many compliments from my fellow beach-goers. They’re the perfect size and shape. I recently learned that the towels are made round in shape as a subtle nod to always take the unique path in life – a great little reminder for us all! You can also use these gorgeous towels as picnic blankets or cozy throws. The pretty colors and decorative fringe trim make them a great addition to your home décor. They’re also handy to have as the travel accessory, to keep you warm on long trips!
Each towel is named after a US city….and not just on the West Coast. I’m happy to say that Fair Seas Supply Co. represents some of my favorite spots in New England including Nantucket, Kennebunkport, Greenwich and Newport.