The Report | Issue 102
The Nautical Trend & How to Wear It

New Wave

The nautical trend & how to wear it

Introducing new season nautical dressing and chain print. With trans-seasonal months on the horizon, look forward to a timeless polished palette of black, navy and white in clean, slimming cuts.

Woman on the left wearing Romeo Chain Print Dress and Woman on the right wearing High Neck Knit Tank and Wrap Culotte
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Woman wearing Asymmetric Jumpsuit, Xena Waist Belt and Patricia Wedge
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For a do-it-all print, chain pattern is undeniably statement-making, for work or weekend outfits.

Woman on the left wearing Wrap Front Jumpsuit and Chain Print Scarf. Woman on the right wearing Chain Printed Trim Top and Slim Cropped Pant

Ease & Impact

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In classic black and white grounds, the chain pattern makes pairing with existing wardrobe pieces and accessories easy.

Exude a quiet confidence and use the print to accent outfits, in soft scarves or tank tops.

Woman wearing Chain Print Button Through Shirt, Double Split Skirt, Harper Crossbody Bag, Iasmine Studs and Dinah Heel
Woman wearing Chain Print Button Through Shirt, Double Split Skirt, Harper Crossbody Bag, Iasmine Studs and Dinah Heel
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In The Navy

Woman wearing Aria Leather Waist Belt and Rebecca Sandal
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One of the most universally flattering colours. A deep navy hue harnesses its nautical power with directional stripes across pleat skirts to shirt dresses.

Woman wearing Crop Textured Knit Tank, Stripe Pleat Skirt and Dinah Heel
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Horn button detailing on culotte pants and fabric dress belts form new modern focal points.

Centre of Attention

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Master the modern and monochrome look in a fresh white base, maritime stripes and black leather bags.