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Have you seen Fiorelli's hottest new spring collection?

Sailboat

The nautical trend is one of the most talked about looks this SS15 and fashion designers can't get enough of it! The style set sail in New York Fashion Week, as dozens of designers took the look on board, with gorgeous garments ranging from Lanvin's captain style oversized jacket to Stella McCartney’s striped platform slides. So why do we love nautical fashion so much? It’s simple, timeless, and keeps getting better and better! Fashion guru, Coco Chanel, first established the look with the opening of her boutique in a coastal hotspot in Deauville where she refashioned the clothes worn by Norman fishermen. Although young Prince Albert Edward was dressed in an imitating sailor suit in 1846, which commercialised the look for trendy children’s wear of the time, it was Coco who made it what it is today – a fresh, everlasting and elegant look that continues to return.

This SS15, models paraded colours of navy, white, red, cream and brown down the runway, which had the rest of us swooning – we want to dress just like that! This year the simple nautical trend is looking fresher than ever, so if you haven’t already shopped the trend, now is the time to do so! A Fiorelli handbag is an absolute must-have this spring, with their gorgeous new collection, using our favourite Fiorelli designs and a spring-ready nautical revamp that you’re guaranteed to love! So let’s take a look shall we?

The classic

Paloma Large Tote handbag

Nothing says sophistication like the Paloma Large Tote handbag, which is fashioned in a gorgeous inverted trapezium shape and is available in the ever so bold red or navy. This handbag is all about detail, with a triangular feature on the front and long handles which cut across the bag to add more shape and dimension to the design. The winged-size panels and size pockets makes it the perfect bag for organising your necessities, giving it extra handbag points – you know, in case you need to justify buying it! If you want a statement piece, you’ve got it with the Paloma Large Tote handbag, so wear it with a glamorous white sailor-style suit for a classic professional work-look.

The functional

Mia Grab Riviera Print

Good news everyone, our favourite Mia Grab handbag has been dressed-up for the nautical trend! Feel at sea with this stunning practical handbag that has been redesigned in nautical colours of beige or white, brown and blue. We love the chunky blue horizontal stripes that make this handbag perfect for casual-wear. The bag also has an adjustable and detachable crossbody strap, making it versatile and practical. Wear it with a denim jacket and a gorgeous blue or red dress.

The luxurious

Luella Grab

If you’re after a refined and timeless accessory, then we’ve got exactly what you need! The gorgeous Luella Grab handbag will add a touch of elegance to any of your outfits. Fiorelli has really pulled it out of the bag this time, refreshing the sailor style to look even more luxurious. The Large Grab looks beautiful in the colour combination of deep navy, brown and white. Wear it with a navy jumpsuit to maintain the elegant look. Combine this duo with white sandals and plenty of jewellery to really stand out this spring.

The oversized

Carmen Red Bowling BagFor something a little larger the Carmen Red Bowling Bag is the perfect pick! The bag is detailed with a gentle pebble-texture and has a navy trim which adds shape and dimension to the design; we adore the side-tassels which create a bohemian twist to the style of the handbag. This is the perfect versatile accessory that you can take on your travels, to a festival, shopping, or on a day out. Wear it with a white and navy striped dress, red shoes and of course red lipstick.

Which is your favourite nautical inspired handbag? Share your thoughts on Twitter with @FioreDirect.  

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