The Nautical trend is always popular in Spring: striped tops, anchor prints, espadrilles and EVERYTHING navy and white. It’s a recurring fashion because it’s so crisp and fresh. Classic nautical style usually pairs navy and white with pops of red – but when you switch out the red for pink, it’s even better in my books!
|Coat: c/o Talbots / Shell: c/o Talbots / Jeans: c/o GUESS / Shoes: c/o Talbots / Bag: c/o Amazon (Option 1, Option 2, Option 3)|
In today’s outfit post, I’m wearing Talbots’ Colorblock Raincoat paired with their pink Everson Anchor Moccasins.
I’m so excited to share this outfit, because I feel like Talbots is one of my lucky brands – I wore a white blouse from there to every job interview I went to in my final year of undergrad! And while Talbots are known for their classic range of tailoured clothing, they have a lot of chic weekend wear too.
This raincoat comes with a jersey lining, so it’s very soft and comfortable to wear all day. I learned just how important a thick raincoat is during our recent trip to Orlando (blog post coming soon!). While the weather was much warmer than Toronto, we had a couple of wet and windy days, and I was so thankful I had a strong raincoat that blocked out the wind and kept me completely dry.
To me, pink is almost a neutral, like beige. I own a lot of pink items (as you can tell from my pictures) – so pink shoes are actually a practical choice, since they’ll go with so many of my outfits! I’m obsessed with these pink suede loafers – especially with the hot pink embroidered anchors – it’s such a fun detail.
Will you be embracing the Nautical trend this Spring?
You look so pretty! I love that raincoat, most of them look dated and too serious for my taste but yours is feminine and fun!
Thanks so much Noelle 🙂 I’m glad there are cute raincoat options – especially since it’s so rainy recently!