All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, we may earn affiliate revenue on this article and commission when you buy something.
Like the destinations themselves, there’s so much to discover when it comes to resortwear brands. Of course, there are made-for-vacation mainstays like Missoni, Zimmermann, Pucci, and Johanna Ortiz, however with spring breaks happening now and summer travel quickly approaching, there are a few under-the-radar labels to know before you book your next vacation. Unsurprisingly, many of these brands are emerging out of warm and sunny locales like Australia, South America, and the Mediterranean. There’s an aesthetic for every destination, and an entire vacation-friendly wardrobe to suit, from beach cover-ups and all-day dresses to swimwear and sandals.
Find vacation-ready wares from labels like Venroy, Cala de la Cruz, Siedrés, and more below.
You might be familiar with Oseree’s dainty Lurex bikinis, but have you seen the brand’s offering of playful, evening-focused resortwear? The Milan-based label’s subtle-shine dresses and rhinestone-dotted separates are a sparkling option for a night out, from Miami to Ibiza.
Founded in Cali, Colombia, Cala de la Cruz offers joyful linen separates, cover-ups, dresses, and swimwear in festive graphics and colorful prints, perfect for any tropical locale.
With a less-is-more approach to summertime style, Australian label Posse is a one-stop shop for the essentials you want to bring on vacation. Think neutral-colored linen short sets, tent dresses, crop tops, and classic silhouette swimwear that pairs perfectly with a coastal European backdrop.
Ceylin Türkkan Bilge and Emir Bilge founded Turkish fashion label Siedrés in 2019. The brand’s prints are like a kaleidoscope of color and were designed with an imaginary Mediterranean town in mind.
While you won’t find ready-to-wear from Spanish accessory designer Hereu, you will find beautiful and sensible handcrafted sandals and beach bags that master the laid-back attitude of vacation dressing.
No matter the season or collection, all the pieces from Bondi Beach–born–and–bred brand Venroy are guided by the feeling of freedom you only experience when traveling. The lifestyle label offers an assortment of casual leisurewear for everything from the beach club to the pool bar.
While St. Agni isn’t really a resortwear brand, we love the overall breezy aesthetic of the label, which makes it a great candidate for vacation dressing. You can build your entire warm-weather wardrobe with the brand’s modern interpretations of linen-based tailoring, dresses, and separates, in addition to its minimalistic sandals, woven bags, and swimwear.
Casa Raki’s main focus is vacationwear, with a focus on muted solid-colored fabrics. The label includes an abundance of linen pieces designed to be worn on your entire journey, from travel days to easy dresses and comfy pull-on trousers you can wear at the beach, to dinner, and back again.
Louisa Ballou describes itself as taking an “unconventional” approach to resortwear. A mix of vibrant colors and nature-inspired prints makes Louisa Ballou stand out.
Designed in New York and made on the Caribbean coast of Venezuela, Sara Cristina blends minimalism and the eccentric via her swim and resortwear designs. You can find twisted, solid one-shoulder swimsuits, lamé bikinis, and crochet cover-ups.
Nia Thomas’s hand-crocheted pieces will bring a one-of-a-kind feel to your beachwear game and feature vacation-worthy details such as mother-of-pearl buttons and seashells.