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Cruisin' for a Brusin' Makes Seafarers Swoon

In many ways, the iconic sailor style may never completely go out of fashion, as Cruisin' for a Brusin' by Matthew Frost proves with an enchanting collection of spreads in the April 2011 Jalouse Magazine. Horizontal blue and white stripes, starchy button-downs, tilted caps and twisted rope accessories have a classic sort of appeal.

The adorable Rachel Ballinger has been dolled up by Shawn Mount and Deanna Melluso to assume the appearance of a youthful pantomime with Pippi Longstocking braided pigtails. Fake lower eyelashes and cherry red lipstick give the girl a delectable look that quickly wins her the attention of uniformed yachtsmen like Wade Oates. The model bats her eyes, pouts and shows a little leg in Cruisin' for a Brusin', serving up a sweet taste of what the boating season has to offer.