Trend Watch: Resort's Best Nautical-Inspired Looks

Resort's nautical-inspired looks will have you planning a sunny, seaside escape.

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ADAM/Yves Saint Laurent/Cynthia Rowley
Resort's nautical-inspired looks will have you planning a sunny, seaside escape.
Courtesy of Adam
Resort's nautical-inspired looks will have you planning a sunny, seaside escape. At ADAM, a simple stripe top was paired with slouchy white trousers and bright, red lips.
Courtesy of Alice & Olivia
Alice & Olivia's cheeky striped romper pairs perfectly with an exaggerated sunhat and strappy platform espadrilles, while a waist-cinching belt gives the look some structure.
Courtesy of Antonio Marras
Bright turquoise enlivens a classic nautical-stripe top by Antonio Marras. Styled with a slim paisley skirt, the look is as ready for work as it is a sunny weekend escape.
Courtesy of Chanel
Chanel's modern take on classic nautical chic included this horizontal-stripe dress with a double-breasted lapel and big, brass buttons.
Courtesy of YSL
Similarly, Yves Saint Laurent styled nautical, blazer-like dresses with contrasting white belts and matching, patent pumps.
Courtesy of Cynthia Rowley
Sure, we don't recommend trying this look on the sidewalk, but Cynthia Rowley's playful take on the nautical trend was one of our favorites of the season, from the bright orange hot pants to the scrunchy, colorful scarf.
Courtesy of Derek Lam
Simple and elegant, Derek Lam paired a chambray shell with tailored white shorts finished with contrasting black piping.
Courtesy of Dior
This beach-ready ensemble by Dior consists of nude cover-up dress and cobalt blue bucket hat.
Courtesy of Ferragamo
Ferragamo's stylish sailor suit included a twisted bikini top and silky white blazer.
Courtesy of Rebecca Taylor
Rebecca Taylor's paired stripes and polka-dots to super-chic effect for this retro navy dress.
Courtesy of Rochas
Rochas took a faintly Victorian approach to the nautical trend by adding a white satin bow and simple black culottes that called to mind old-fashioned swimming "costumes."
Courtesy of Sonia Rykiel
Sonia Rykiel brought her signature exuberance and playfulness to the resort trend by eschewing traditional navy and blue and opting instead for scarlet red shades.
Courtesy of Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney took a less literal approach to the nautical trend with a navy blazer finished with a striped cotton panel and colorful, mixed-stripe shorts.
Courtesy of The Row
The Row went for turn-of-the-century seaside chic with simple, black and white stripes and argyle accents.
Courtesy of Yigal Azrouel
Likewise, Yigal Azrouel whipped up this easy, black-and-white dress with a subtly flared hem.
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