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Navy style wardrobe staple

Year after year navy style reaffirms itself as an absolute must-have. In the city or on the seaside, the best loved navy stripes and the blue and white, or red and white, colour contrasts are trademarks of this classic trend that gets reinvented each season. By now, nautical style encompasses every category of clothing, from dresses and skirts to shoes and bags and, of course, swimwear.

Must-haves

Above all there are a number of the must-have garments that strongly identify with this trend. So if you really want to get the navy look right, the true staples you should be looking for are:

The jacket – This is the traditional navy blue jacket that can be worn every day and is easily matched with most looks. It comes in countless versions, linen or fleece, cotton or wool, always classy and ultimatly chic.

Why not try the stylish version of a Navy Nautical Stripe blazer by Yumi at Debenhams? An easy to wear jersey blazer featuring contrast nautical stripe lining, perfect to match with a pair of jeans and a white shirt or tee for the office, but also for a daring hot navy style with matching minidress. Available in red or navy, £65 - £45.

The maxidress – thisis a trademark seaside attire, especially if strapless. Practical and easy to wear, effertlessy trendy like the Watercult Nautic Splash Bandeau Maxi Dress in a soft, comfortable fabric with nautical inspired blue and white stripes and a gorgeously feminine design.

Gathered around the waste, in fact, this maxi dress features a halter neck strap and fitted top panel. Flattering any figure, it will simply look gorgeous with wedges and a pair of sunglasses! Available at Surfdome £88.99 - £62.29

All year round

Anchors, rope details, silk scarves, stripes: sailor style never goes out of trend. All year round you will find nautical inspired items in every highstreet collection and fashion house lookbook. Enhance any look with a navy style garment or sea life inspired details, keeping that hot summer breeze always at hand even in the coldest days.

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