Mother’s Day Gift Accessories Guide

Treat Mom with a little something extra this Mother’s day! Here are our best accessorizes under $100!

Coming in at $89 help Mom carry all her everyday essentials in this Montauk Straw Tote!

Spring’s in full swing and it’s time to bust out those sunnies! Give Mom these Two-Tone Sunglasses at $98, to help her welcome those sunny days.

We all have bad hair days, help Mom cover her’s with our J-class Cap priced at $25

 Everyone can use a little bit of organization. Help more keep her bag organized with our Monaco Snap Wallet for $35

Saw something you know mom will love? Click on the images to shop!

Whatever you get, make sure you show your mom some love!

To all the mothers,

Happy Mother’s Day!!



Spring in Style

Step into some lovely pastels this Spring!

With Spring well on its way, we selected a few of our favorite looks to create our Spring Style Guide.

We love pairing pastels with basics for the perfect Spring look fit for any occasion. Whether it be holiday brunch with the family or a quick stop to the grocery store – rest assured these outfits have got you covered.

Scroll through the photos below to see our Spring Styles!

See something that you love? Click on the pictures to shop your favorites!

The Nautica Women's Spring 2017 Style Guide!

The Nautica Women’s Lace Up Shirt + Skinny Ankle Pant in Sky Blue

The Nautica Women’s Grommet Dress in Canary Yellow

Cameron Tringale Q&A

In celebration of #NationalGolfMonth we decided to conduct a nice little Q&A session with Nautica Sponsored PGA Golfer Cameron Tringale.

See below for the full interview and be sure to shop Cameron’s Favorite’s here!


Cameron Tringale Nautica Favorites for Golf Month


NAUTICA: When did you start playing golf, and how long before you realized this was something you could do professionally?

Cameron Tringale:  I first swung a golf club at the age of 10, although I was quite active in other sports , so I didn’t begin taking it seriously until age 12.  It quickly became a passion of mine and by high school I was aiming for a scholarship to play at the collegiate level.  I had a successful couple years at Georgia Tech and then thought, “maybe this Professional Golf thing could be an option”.  By my Junior (of college) year I was committed to giving the professional ranks a try.  The slow but steady progression of success gave me hope over a period of time, so not sure there was an exact moment, but always hoped it would work out.

NAUTICA: What is your favorite aspect of the game of golf?

CT:  Golf is an amazing game for so many reasons, but my favorite has to be individual and personal challenge of it.  The game cannot be mastered or perfected, not even close.  It is difficult, but the satisfaction of hitting a new shot or even just improving a single shot is pretty amazing.  You have no teammates, no one to pass the ball to, or to get open for, its simply a game against yourself.  Its been the thing that has kept me going in the dark and low times that are inevitable in this game.  The challenge is pretty addicting.

NAUTICA: After a bad hole, how do you regain your focus and prepare for the next hole?

CT:  Golf has taught me one thing for sure, and that is that you cannot change the past.  Once a shot has been hit (or a bad hole) there is nothing I can do to reverse it, but I do have the choice to consciously move on to the next shot and begin planning how to play that shot in the most effective way.  Easier said than done of course, but that is my goal.=

NAUTICA: If you could play golf with any 3 people, living or dead, who would they be?

CT: My brother Jon, Larry David and Jesus.

NAUTICA: When you’re not golfing, what do you do for fun?

CT:  I love to play tennis. Overall, I am pretty active in my time off, and love being outside, running, and drinking coffee.

NAUTICA: Favorite city to visit during a tournament?

CT: Easy.  New York City.  So many fun neighborhoods, restaurants, central park, and nonstop action.  The city has such a fun buzz to it.

NAUTICA: Favorite movie?

CT: Dumb and Dumber

NAUTICA: Favorite club in your bag?

CT:  My putter.  Its a Scotty Cameron custom 009.  Tons of fun characters on it, super soft feel, and its been with me for many many years.  Its a club I can always count on when the pressure is on!

NAUTICA: It’s your birthday, and you get to pick the dinner menu, what are you having?

CT: I’d start off with a hearty green salad.  Soup de Jour… Lobster bisque.   A Sashimi Roll.  A juicy filet, and top it off with a warm chocolate chip cookie alamode.

NAUTICA: What type of music do you listen to? Anything special before a tournament?

CT:  Generally I listen to quite an array of music.  Lots of worship music. and singer songwriter acoustic stuff.  Right now, i’m into  Hillsong United, Jon Foreman, NeedtoBreathe, Josh Garrels.  Before a tournament and working out, I enjoy EDM.  Tiesto and Hardwell are a couple of my favorite DJ’s.

NAUTICA: Describe your on-course style? What’s your favorite Nautica gear?

CT:  I would describe my on-course style as classic, with a sprinkle of flair.  I love the traditional looks with button-down collars, fringe patters, and fun stripe patterns.  I wear slimmer fitting trousers which connect a youthful and sleek style to my classic look.

NAUTICA: Describe your off-course style? What do you like to wear when you aren’t playing golf?

CT:  Having grown up in a southern California beach town, my off course style is pretty causal.  I wear flip flop, shorts and t-shirts most days at home, although I do enjoy dressing things up from time to time.  I mix it up, try and keep my style fresh and fun.