A clothing brand is celebrating after opening stores in two of Suffolk's most popular seaside towns.

Weird Fish has arrived in Southwold and Aldeburgh, replacing the former Joules sites in the two high streets.

The new shops offer a range of seasonal clothing and accessories for men and women that are designed to give a "forever weekend" feeling, according to the brand.

Richard Lancelot, head of retail at Weird Fish, said: “Our new Suffolk stores mark an exciting stage in our retail journey, as we gradually expand our portfolio of stores across the UK.

East Anglian Daily Times: The Weird Fish store in AldeburghThe Weird Fish store in Aldeburgh (Image: Weird Fish)

“Each store location is carefully considered in line with our ‘destination strategy’, as we focus on opening in places where we know our customers choose to shop.

"Aldeburgh and Southwold are popular staycation spots, known for their traditional coastal town qualities.

"Our offering ties in perfectly with high-quality, timeless products which become trusty wardrobe favourites for unwinding occasions – from beach strolls to catching up with friends at the local pub.”

The Aldeburgh and Southwold stores form part of Weird Fish’s 27 store portfolio across the UK.