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The Bridge

Golden buttons, striped patterns and symbols of the seafaring world; these are the key elements of the marine style, one of the most "resistant" trend in the history of fashion.

Marinary themed purse, by Braccialini designer.


Despite the change of fashion look by the greats of designers, the nautical style never goes out of fashion, capable of returning year after year. The transition period, the months that separate winter from spring, are perfect for looking up the nautical-style clothes to wear with the arrival of summer. 


Look with ERMANNO Ermanno Scervino handbag


This year, the blue and white stripes, the beloved navy and sailor collars are back, embodying the style in an elegant and classic way. Ready to find out more?

"Bahamas" Postcard bag by Braccialini brand, spring-summer 2023

Bag by Cromia, with navy blue, striped decoration



How the marine style came about

Before delving into the novelties of the new year, it is important to go back in time and find out how the marine style appeared. How long have it been in the fashion world?



The first to experiment with sailor fashion were members of a royal family: in 1846, Queen Victoria of England commissioned a sailor uniform for her son Edward VII (four years old), which faithfully reproduced the official one used at the time. When the prince wore his suit, the entire British elite was fascinated by the stylistic choice and - as often happens in history - began to incorporate references to nautical fashion in their looks.

Before long, the popularity of nautical fashion moved from Britain abroad.

In the 1920s, the sailor collar began to gain popularity in women's dresses, which had a low waist and the famous collar.



In 1917 Coco Chanel took the nautical style to an even higher level, introducing wide flared trousers and waistcoats into fashion. Hollywood divas were inspired by this style and began to wear very particular stylized sailor dresses, which then inspired modern prints.


Creating a marine style look in 2023

Now that we have discovered the story behind the introduction of the nautical style, we can focus on building a look in line with style and with modern times.


Puffer fish bag by Braccialini


There are two main options for those who want to learn how to dress in a nautical style in 2023:




Striped or Navy Dresses:

Striped dresses are a real must have, an essential element for those who want to experiment with nautical fashion.

The preferred colors are white and navy blue, but the white-red combination is also considered in line with the style;



Striped or navy blue backpack (or bags with symbols of the seafaring world):


Set by Ermanno Scervino


A fun striped backpack can complete and "light up" your look, adding an extra touch of personality and creativity.

Striped backpack, marine theme, by Braccialini


The same goes for the bags with the symbols of the seafaring world, very colorful and much appreciated.

Lifebuoy Bag by Braccialini

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