Nautical Inspired Necessities

I’ve always loved classic nautical inspired pieces, as I feel like they’re timeless and chic enough to wear almost year round here in California. It’s always fun to see designers incorporating a nautical feel into their latest collections and I can’t help but feel inspired to wear some of my pieces in new ways. With our lack of winter here in

California, I can’t help but be in the summer mindset and sport my new Frye boat shoes on these many sunny days we’ve been having. Below are some of my current favorites that I’ve been sea-ing lately:




1. Splendid striped jacket

2. Frye Quincy boat shoes

3. Tory Burch textured
crossbody bag

4. Nordstrom cashmere & silk scarf

5. Saint James for J Crew unisex striped shirt

6. Free People rope belted cuffed shorts

7. Tory Burch chunky stripe straw tote

8. Gorjana anchor necklace

2 thoughts on “Nautical Inspired Necessities

  1. Jim Mercer

    I was looking at a site on the 1960 Olympics and saw some T-shirts on your site. I worked at the Olympics on the Course Police (Official credentials and all). It was a great job on skis at the 1960 Games. We were responsible for regulating the course traffic and keeping people off the course area during racing. Yes, we were sort of traffic cops. There has been so little published on the games until the Heritage group recently (it has been a while). I look for any opportunity to pick up a simple shirt and am wondering if they are still available. All I have is my old official yellow parka and would like to add to it. I have never noticed if they were for sale at the Plumpjack-Squaw Valley.
    Jim Mercer

    1. McKenzie Ward

      Hi Jim – I don’t believe we have these shirts at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, but it may be worth checking with Squaw to see if they sell something like this. Good luck!


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