101 Prince Street

If you follow us on Instagram (you should), you may have noticed that during the week of 5/2/16 there was an atypical influx of Instagram posting done by us.

The reason being was not only due to our excitement about the Nautica Flagship opening in Soho at 101 Prince,

but also because our creative team crafted up a gorgeous mosaic for us to share with our fans!

Did anyone get a chance to check out our gallery view Instagram Page?  Well if not, this is what you would have seen!

Can you spot the hidden messages?!


Prince Street Insta Collage



Mother’s Day Gift Guide

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, enjoy our favorite Nautica gifts as well other treats that we’ve found to make your mom smile May 8th!

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As the weather heats up this month, your mom will stay cool and stylish in this maxi dress!

maxi dress

Printed Gathered Maxi Dress

Nothing is more classic than an elegant rose gold watch:


Rose Gold Bracelet Watch

We love these Mario Badescu skin care products and your mom will too!

Shop their favorites here:

Mario Badescu Favorites

Mario Badescu Favorites

Lastly, surprise your gardner mom with these beautifully packaged easy-to-use heirloom seeds!

Can you say yum?!

Heirloom Seed Kit

Heirloom Seed Kit



Show us what you treated your mom with by using hashtag #MyNautica!




Neighborhood Guide: SoHo

With the opening of our first Nautica Global Flagship Store at 101 Prince Street in the SoHo district of New York City, we did a little friendly neighborhood snooping to find the best of the best SoHo jaunts. What did we find? Well, feast your eyes on the coolest stuff we discovered South of Houston! Read more about it here! 



Fanelli Cafe

Fanelli’s Café
94 Prince Street

Just steps away from the Nautica flagship lies the historic Prince Street Staple, Fanelli Café. Its iconic neon sign and delicious American food (see: cheeseburger) will leaving you coming back for more. Known as the second oldest food-and-drink location in SoHo, Fanelli’s was one of the hippest locations for artists to hang out. Bob Dylan was even noted to be a regular!







Donald Judd House

101 Spring Street, New York, Exterior. Photo Credit: Joshua White-Judd Foundation Archives. Photo credit: Mauricio Alejo-Judd Foundation Archives, Image © Judd Foundation


The Donald Judd House
101 Spring Street

Generational influencer and highly celebrated installation artist, Donald Judd’s home on 101 Spring Street is one of the first of the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios of the National Trust for Historic Preservation program to be restored and open to the public as a living home-museum. The 19th century five-story cast-iron building Judd called home has been preserved to the exact quarters Judd himself lived in. Pieces of Judd’s own work remains within the building along with others by artists he admired including Dan Flavin, John Chamberlain, Frank Stella and Larry Bell. The building is open to small private scheduled tours for a fee on their website. Be sure to check it out here!  Donald Judd Foundation









MoMa Store Soho

MoMa Design Store
81 Spring Street
MoMA Store

Ideal for all of your quirky gifting needs, or hours of art and design-inspired time passing, the MoMa design store in SoHo is a great way to satisfy anyone’s artistic appetite. The MoMa Design Store offers eclectic items from jewelry to dinnerware to coffee table books that would make any recipient a very happy camper. Be sure to stop in this always buzzy local spot to pick up a piece of your own modern art inspired tchotchkes & trinkets!





Be sure to check out our Nautica Flagship Location at 101 Prince Street!

For more info head to our SoHo Boutique Shop on Nautica.com! 



Our Favorite Festival Fashion:

Coachella has sadly come to an end but we’re still obsessing over festival fashion!

Check out and shop our favorite Nautica pieces from the desert:


The Deluxe Reversible One-Shoulder

You can never go wrong with a good body chain. Our sleek one-shoulder swimsuit looks beautiful on Maja Malnar with this chain skirt.

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Maja Malnar (IG: @majamalnar)


The Deluxe Low V-Neck

This sexy low cut one-piece suit is perfect to pair with cut-offs or a skirt. We love how Briget Bahl and Dylana Suarez styled this swimsuit!


Bridget Bahl (IG: @bridgethelene)



Dylan Suarez (IG: @dylansuarez)



Dylan Suarez (IG: @dylansuarez)

Striped Back-Zip Dolman Top

This top was made to be worn with cut-offs this spring. How cute is Zorana Jovanovic in these stripes?


Zorana Jovanovic (IG: @zorannah)


Sleeveless Pocket Dress

What girl doesn’t love pockets? This dress looks amazing paired with wedges on Xenia van der Woodsen!


Xenia van der Woodsen (IG: @xeniaoverdose)

Until next year, Coachella…


Bridget Bahl (IG: @bridgethelene), Xenia van der Woodson (IG: @xeniaoverdose), Zorana Jovanovic (IG: @zorannah) and Maja Malnar (IG: @majamalnar)


Show us how you wear it by using hashtag #MyNautica!


April Showers…

Don’t let April showers keep you down!

Stay dry and stylish in this windbreaker sported by our office’s own graphic designer, Brian Jones.

Photo: Ava Powchik

Photo: Ava Powchik

Photo: Ava Powchik

Photo: Ava Powchik

Shop Nautica windbreakers here

Show us how you stay dry this spring by using hashtag #MyNautica!



There’s no better way to escape the fast-paced lifestyle of New York City than to take a break and dine along Manhattan’s waterfront. Whether it’s 5-star dining or a picnic by the piers, enjoying a meal on the Hudson River will definitely provide the perfect [non-getaway] getaway when you need it the most. We compiled a list of a few of our favorite NYC waterside restaurants that we think maybe you will like too-




Grand Banks

Grand Banks
grandbanks.org – Pier 25, Hudson River Park, N. Moore St. at West St.

Inspired by the floating “oyster barges” that used to line the city’s waterfront in the 18th and 19th centuries, Grand Banks is located right on a historic 1942 vessel. This dining experience will be like no other as you sip on nautically inspired cocktails and treat yourself to the finest seafood




The River CafeThe River Café

One Water Street (Brooklyn), 718-522-5200, therivercafe.com

If you’re looking for a classy night out with gorgeous views then head over to the River Café. Situated under the Brooklyn Bridge, this restaurant provides beautiful views of the river, the city and the Statue of Liberty. It’s also known for its delicious menu and “magical” atmosphere!



Hudson River ParkHudson River Park: Pier 63

Hudson River Park: Pier 63, Chelsea

Don’t feel like going to a restaurant but still want to enjoy a meal by the water? Be sure to check out Pier 63 where you can throw on your favorite jeans, pack a picnic and just relax. There are also a ton of fun activities for all ages in this area!





Pier 66

Pier 66 Maritime Bar and Grill
207 12th Ave., 212-989-6363, pier66maritime.com

This charming bar and grill is located on a secured floating railroad barge on Pier 66. Dining here will be delicious and historic as this pier also is home to the Lightship Frying Pan vessel, a former Lackawanna railroad barge, a historic rail float bridge, and an authentic 1900’s caboose.






Pier A Harbor HousePier A Harbor House

22 Battery Place/Pier A, 212-785-0153, pieracom

Step back in nautical time at Pier A Harbor House. Located in Battery Park, Pier A has provided a beautiful maritime experience since 1886. With three unique floors and a vast outdoor seating area, this restaurant will be sure to give you the water and sunset views you’ve been looking for.


Destination: Location


A hint of sunshine is really all it takes to instill pangs of wanderlust around here at the Nautica offices. So, we decided to compile a list of in-office favorite vacation locations, plus a few of our must-pack items.  Click on the images to read more about the destinations and to see what we are packing this season!




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Check out more selects below!