Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Marina Yachting


Hello! This is Sarah of Haute Design, blogging for the lovely Brenda today. I’m so happy to be here, as I am so fond of Brenda’s blog, her etsy shop, and her eye for all things lovely… I’m here today sharing a great new-to-me discovery: Marina Yachting.

There’s something so classic and traditional about nautical dressing. Made chic by the likes of Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn, to me, nautical is an ever returning stylish look year after year, and most especially for Spring and Summer months. I could never tire of the style, whether it be just a touch—for example, in tiny rope details—or all out, with white capris, striped shirts, sailboats, and anchors. I recently came across Marina Yachting of Italy, and love both their styling and their pieces for men and women. Beautiful tailoring and a bold palette make these pieces so desirable and a staple in any stylish wardrobe! Be sure to stop by their gorgeous site to view more pieces and outfit inspiration…
*To complete the perfect nautical look, add a few pieces from Fleur Avenue: 01, 02, + 03.

{ all images are via their site }

7 comments:

Salzanos said...

Some of my fondest memories growing up , were of boating many areas, with my dad. Now that he is gone, I have no way to go out boating, but the marina style is a favorite! I love these photos! I am inspired to design some new necklaces in that line!!

brenda in Oregon

kimvee said...

I love the anchors on the clothes. :)

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size too small said...

ummmm these are amazing. such a vibe.

F.P. said...

I love these shooting!!!

Casa Très Chic said...

I love nautical style, and the photos are fantastic!
Beautiful post.
Tereza

adorevintage said...

I'm also wondering how Nautical dressing maintain that vintage, classic look. It never turns modern.

Home Decorator said...

I love the selections Sarah shared here. She's way ahead in terms of style. Happy Valentines!