Nautical never dates, it appears year after year. From understated stripes to splashes of colour – this is how we’re wearing the classic trend

Nyla’s pink and red stripes tip it into the maritime theme, and gives a splash of colour that stands out against our Gail Jeans.

Nautical knits are an easy way to add a dash of sailor style to your looks. The Nyla Jumper and Perdy Cardigan are the perfect trans-seasonal knits, in a luxe cotton wool mix, and are embellished with button detailing and rib hems and cuffs.

Keeping the ageless trend to a more subtle look, we’ve simply given our bestselling Georgie Pant a duck egg blue accent. Its minimalistic look works seamlessly into all your off duty outfits and nails the trend when paired with a crisp white boat neck top or one of our navy knits.

Of course, you can’t think nautical without a stripey tee. This season’s comes in a completely classic relaxed fit with a crew neckline and a soft white and navy colour scheme. When paired with authentic denim, loafers and perhaps a knit, there’s no better nautical weekend look. But if you want to pack even more of a style punch, try topping the look with the Rio Jacket. Nothing says seaside style more than a flash of red, and this crimson blazer works across all your separates, on or off duty.

Timeless cream, navy and denim are the foundations of nautical style. So if you’re going to be trying the trend, then the washed indigo Gail Jeans and soft toned Luna Jumper are your style anchors. Completely effortless and wearable in any look, consider these the fail safe bases to build your style upon.

"Living in my Baukjen Gail jeans- they're high-waisted game-changers!"


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