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!





Coachella 2016


We are getting super excited for Coachella 2016!

Cute clothes, sun, and great music, what else do you need?!

May we suggest:

This festival friendly dress in marigold yellow

This cute carry-all waistpack in pink sherbet, and lots of sunscreen

In preparation for the big event, we curated a 2016 Coachella playlist of our most anticipated acts this year.

Enjoy and feel free to share with friends!

Any songs we are missing?

Let us know!

As Seen In

Girl Crush!

Well, bathing suit crush…

One of our new favorite pieces – the Nautica Women’s One Shoulder Swimsuit which reverses from black to navy was featured in the May issue of Glamour Magazine. It’s like having two swimsuits in one!

Check out the new 2016 Women’s Swim Line here!


Did you know?




To the untrained eye, they are all the same but did you know that there are dozens of different types of stripes?

Dating back to the 1800’s, the first stripe is rumored to have been initially fashioned by the French navy in a specific northern-west region called ‘Brittany’. Seamen and sailors began adapting the stripes, noting that the distinctive block pattern of stripes on the French striped shirt made the crew easier to spot in the waves.

Taking the name from it’s origin, the “Breton Stripe” evolved. The Breton Stripe is the most recognizable and celebrated style stripe. Celebrities from Audrey Hepburn and James Dean, to Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso have famously sported the Breton Stripe Shirt.

Did we mention it is also a Nautica signature ?

Today, we recognize the Breton Stripe for all of the years it has made us look effortlessly chic.

Check out some of our favorite pieces below!


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