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Nautica F/W line offers different notes of color & styles
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Oct '13
Nautica has sailed its way back from the open seas bringing different notes of color and styles from around the world.

The fresh palettes, nautical stripes, bold patterns, and innovative performance-driven styles have come together to create an updated collection that will help navigate him through the colder months.

Shoreline: This delivery incorporates levels of super soft colors against rich and deep tones for a more casual feel. The base of the collection is indigo blue, reflecting the waters that kiss the shoreline, offset by softer greens and lighter reds.  Wovens stay classic in colors and prints, with a couple of new pattern introductions, like the Boat/Rope Printed Shirt and the Bandana Printed Shirt. 

Sweaters get updated with the Chevron Cable Toggle sweater and the Color Blocked Cardigan both in sand drift, while knits get fresh fabric compositions, like the Cashmere Touch polo.  The Beacon Blazer and Bedford Cord Blazer are key outerwear components which will keep you looking sophisticated throughout the day.

Seafarer: Tradition meets function in this performance focused delivery, grounded in navy and white with pops of bold color.  Fisherman Sweaters and vivid fairisle prints in bright colors are a big statement, and include performance inspired details, with nylon trimming, full-lining, and wind-proof elements.

Additionally, woven pieces bump up the versatility this season, with exploded plaids, water-repellant features, and pops of contrast colors inside. Shirt jackets make a comeback here and color blocking maintains its importance. Knits have added features with wicking, stain release, easy care, and extra softness.

Seaborne: Cruise the sea in style with these offbeat mixes of traditional color with hollow yarns and thicker knits.  Sophisticated hues of deep navy, charcoal, black, gem tones and rich purple help to make this delivery more tailored and dressy.

Fairisle and micro-patterns like geometric and herringbone prints, and gradient color blocking mark up the chunky sweaters that come in shawl collars and cardigan silhouettes. Cozy fabrics make their appearance in bottoms, with the 8-wale cord and herringbone pant.  And to top it all off, innovative technology allows jackets to be lit up with L.E.D. piping that has two mile visibility.

About Nautica:

Nautica is a modern American classic brand that offers quality, design and value while capturing the essence of an active, adventurous and spirited lifestyle.

Founded in 1983, Nautica has evolved from a collection of men's outerwear to a leading global lifestyle brand with products ranging from men's, women's and children's apparel and accessories to a complete home collection. Over the past three decades, Nautica has become a leading global lifestyle brand. Today, Nautica is available in more than 75 countries with over 256 Nautica branded stores worldwide.

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