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Let’s Get Nautical! 10 Looks to Try This Spring!

Let's Get Nautical!There is nothing that exhilarates me more than a cool ocean breeze, the sight of the big blue sea, toes in sand, boats sailing in the distance, and seagulls flying overhead. One of the perks of living in Southern California is being just a 20 minute drive from the West Coast shoreline. We also work our brains out, sit in bumper bumper traffic day in day out, and pay an abundant property tax for that salty sea air blowing through our hair. Most days, I say it’s worth it. However you don’t have to live right beside the ocean to enjoy one of my all time favorite fashions that is as fresh and current as it is timeless and classic.

Yes, I am talking about Nautical Style!

Stripes and Gingham in navy and crisp whites, khakis and chambray, punches of bright red, and even splashes of neon yellow. All of the colors that embody the sand, the sun, the sea and the sail boats that float upon its waters. While we are in the tail end of winter, we can feel spring and summer on the horizon and we can hardly wait! Nautical Fashion is making it’s way back onto the pages of fashion mags and onto the racks at all of our favorite retailers.

The beautiful thing about this trend is that there is nothing trendy about it. Buy a striped sweater and it will still be hip in 10 years. So when you’re shopping for Nautical Style, look at these items as investment pieces that can sail into the future for years to come.

Last week I pulled some of my own beloved nautical pieces out of the closet and began to mix and match with a few new items I recently purchased. That’s when I decided to take a drive down through the canyon and over the PCH to the Malibu Pier to photograph these looks right where they belong right beside the water.

Take a look at 10 of my favorite outfits for you to try as the weather begins to warm up soon! Let’s get Nautical!

Photos by Priscilla Chang

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