Nautical-inspired fashion is nothing new. Ever since Coco Chanel dared to embrace French sailors’ traditional blue and white stripes and reinvent them in her trademark style, women everywhere have found that the crisp pairing of blue and white, black and white and even red and white is something of a palate cleanser after sober winter hues. The key to success with sophisticated nautical style is simply to refrain from overdoing the theme. Here are some of my top nautical fashion picks, each of which allude to a seafaring history (without a multitude of anchors).
- Dress Sailing (35 EUR – welikefashion.com)
- Pin Up Style Candy Stripe Heels – White/Black ($32 – retrocuties.com)
- Charriol ‘Nautical Cable’ Hoop Earrings ($575 – nordstrom.com)
- kate spade new york “Come Up Smiling” Bangle ($48 – bloomingdales.com)
- Amazon.com: 2-tone Designer-Inspired Chunky Chain Necklace – 18″ ($40 – amazon.com)
Ahoy mates. Spring really is just ahead!
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