The nautical trend is back. In today's article I want to refresh your mind by sharing these fabulous nautical trend Polyvore sets. You are going to see great combos featuring dark navy, blue colors, stripes and anchor prints. I am 100% sure these outfit sets will give your wardrobe a fresh new feel. Before we move on looking through these fantastic outfit inspiration, I want to give you a simple formula of any nautical style outfit: navy, white, stripes, ropes and anchors. This formula works for all ages and looks. The classic striped garments, flap-front pants and pea-coats will always associate with sea and naval uniforms. All in all, I think it's the right time to take a look at easy breezy style separates and make some notes before you buy something.
We see camel suede shorts paired with loose-fit black and white striped long-sleeve top, flat leather shoes and light brown leather shoulder bag.
You can always combine nautical stripes with grunge style. We see parka worn with striped teed and mini black denim skirt. Love the lace-up slip-ons and folded clutch.
The striped (white and blue) shift dress looks awesome styled with printed scarf, heeled clogs, statement black sunglasses and miniature clutch.
Another great looking casual tank shift is worn with white trainers, wide-brim black hat and pouch bag.
That's a ladylike summery white and blue striped frock worn with heeled sandals and statement sunglasses.
Keep it modern and sporty by wearing a cozy pullover, flared high-waist skirt, strappy black leather sandals and see-through sunglasses.
Keep it fun and girlish: pleated wide-leg denim trousers, white and red striped long-sleeve top, metallic hue flats and open lips sunglasses.
That's a sporty chic outfit that consists of striped pencil skirt, white tank top, suede pointed-toe pumps, white clutch and white frame eyeglasses.
Don't forget about accessories, they will always be your best friends.
White anchor print looks awesome on navy colored skirt. Try it on with simple white sleeveless shirt and chunky sandals.