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10 Resort Wear Brands To Know For Winter Sun

Whether you’re jetting off for pre-Christmas sun or planning your next escape, these are the resort wear brands to explore now.

From go-to Australian labels with a free-spirited attitude to luxury British brands making waves, these designers will constantly deliver for your holiday wardrobe: from swimwear to dresses, and more.


This Australian favourite reigns supreme when it comes to luxury bohemian beachwear, but it’s their highly covetable floral-print dresses with ornate broderie-anglaise embellishments that are the antidote to summer dressing, whether home or away.


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Founded in Sydney, ALÉMAIS is our go-to for contemporary, ready-to-wear pieces cultivating a sense of adventure and evoking a romantic mood, while celebrating and supporting traditional artisanal craftsmanship. We’re picturing the Soleil set (below) on a trip to Fiji.


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This London-based, independent resort wear brand specialises in modern hot-weather dressing, with an emphasis on bold prints and a sophisticated approach to colour. From elevated coverups to silk dresses, they offer a complete wardrobe for the contemporary traveller.


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Boteh, named after the Persian word for flower, is a vibrant resort wear brand that blends the seaside nonchalance of Australia with the sensual mystique of Ibiza. Characterised by mosaic prints, artisan designs, and comfortable separates, the collection boasts an effortless sense of ease, from beach to bar.


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This British swimwear and resort wear label was founded in 2016 as a love letter to the ocean – founder Georgia Thompson named the brand after her family’s boat, where she spent her childhood summers. The high quality fabrics are essential for globe trotters looking for ever-lasting pieces.


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On a trip to Greece, founder Kalita Al Swaidi, witnessed women in free-flowing dresses rather than the structured summer looks she’d packed. She created her glamorous resort wear brand with light-packing, 60s icons in mind. Her Brigitte silk maxi dresses evoke a bohemian spirit and the glamour of St Tropez.


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Alexandra Miro launched her eponymous label with the mission to celebrate women through empowering, free-spirited silhouettes. Travelling the globe as a child and young adult, her adventures continuously gave Miro inspiration for her emboldened collections. Her best-selling swimsuit and kaftans will transport you to far-flung destinations.


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Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz creates feminine and fun pieces inspired by her home town of Cali, Colombia. Her bold details and fresh prints invite women to ‘have fun’ and bring fabulous frivolity to day-to-night dressing. We’ll be packing her decorative halterneck dresses.


Inspired by the vibrant culture of South America friends, Catalina Alvarez and Mariana Hinestroza, founded their label after finding a box of discarded fabric samples while studying in Colombia. Today, the duo create ready-to-wear and swimwear pieces using traditional design, with craftsmanship by a team of local female artisans.


Actress turned fashion designer Dorit ‘Dodo’ Bar draws inspiration from the rich art and architecture of the Middle East. Her clothes – from printed kaftans to shirts – boast a cool, contemporary flair, while showcasing spectacular embroidery and unique custom-made jacquards.


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