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The Nautical Blues, Reds, Whites, Ropes, and Anchors are back!  I knew that the nautical trend was bound to come back, but I wasn’t sure how soon.  Everywhere I look around me I keep seeing the preppy look making me want to be cruising the Mediterranean on a yacht.  The Chanel Resort 2010 Collection brought back to me the nautical look.  As per a editor, ” the sequence took off into matelot – and gondolier-inspired stripes, interpreted in long-line fine-knit cardigans and playful beachwear with funny red and white striped wedge booties.”

I love mixing and matching around with the nautical look.  An all stripped outfit or an all plain outfit in different colors.  Red shorts, a white tank and a navy blue cardigan (any combo of the three colors) look great together and achieve the goal.

Chanel Resort 2010 Collection


The below look is my ABSOLUTE FAV! I want that BLAZER!




Karen Millen @ City Stars

This Karen Millen dress can we worn to a yacht party will fabulous red shoes and anchor accessories!


BCBG @ City Stars

You can pair this top with white shorts and girlie white and blue wedges for a perfect look


This nautical dress is to be worn alone with simple black shoes, maybe maybe a red bag…


Mango @ City Stars Navy blue and white stripped cardigan can add the nautical feel to an all white outfit!


Diane Von Furstenburg @ Beymen Four Seasons Nile Plaza


Cool Mango nautical bag that can give any outfit the nautical look while adding some bright color!


You can find many more style at all of the above stores!

Ay ay sailor!



  1. LOVE IT! I’m so proud !!!

  2. absolutely stunning- all of them

  3. Very nice…love the new trend and those picks are just lovely!

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