Food & Style — 17 June 2014

Rumor has it Queen Victoria of England began the nautical fashion trend when she commissioned a tiny navy and white suit for her son Albert in 1846. Within four years, fishermen and sailors took on to wearing blue and white clothes. Horizontally striped navy and white clothes became the moniker of the French sailors of Breton. The spiffy sailor uniforms that were worn during the Second World War were a great influence to the women who were in search of summer clothes.

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