Like the destinations themselves, there’s so much to discover when it comes to resortwear brands. Whether the temperatures are getting higher, or you are looking forward to going off to a bright sunny beach this summer, these easy, breezy and effortless resortwear outfits are going to be something you will want to live in. Of course, there are made-for-vacation mainstays like Shivan and Narresh, Guapa, Payal Singhal, Missoni, Zimmermann, Pucci, and Johanna Ort. However, there are a few under-the-radar labels to know before you book your next vacation. From y chic beach dresses to sultry swimwear or flowy kaftans, we’ve curated the perfect list of resortwear wardrobe options to help you discover that extra summer sparkle on your next getaway.
Resort wear fashion trends for 2023 are all about embracing the summer vibe with florals and dresses leading the way. Blush Clothing’s dress captures the essence of the summer season featuring floral patterns in light, feminine colours. The dresses are made from lightweight fabrics, which are breathable and comfortable to wear in the hot summer weather. A perfect choice for anyone looking to elevate their resort wear fashion game in 2023.
Whether you throw this over a bikini or crop top with shorts, you’re sure to look effortless in this attire. Easy, breezy and fuss-free Ted Ferde is a youthful brand perfect for the summer.
The brand finds inspiration in the classics and brings together a medley of traditional craftsmanship and rich textiles, blended seamlessly into handcrafted eclectic ensembles. Nautanky can be best described as a brand that is perfect for resortwear picks. From flattering high-waisted bikinis and ditsy minis to dramatic one-shouldered gowns, the pieces are big on drama with a day-to-night feel.
Abraham & Thakore
Renowned designers Abraham and Thakore are well known for their modern silhouettes and western wear. From solid colours to tropical prints, the brand has a plethora of elevated boho clothing that looks as good in a beach hut in Nicaragua as it does a cove in Capri.
Ridhi Mehra’s eponymous label is a luxurious pick when it comes to resortwear. Clean lines, delicate details, and a hint of drama make the brand one that does timeless pieces that will work summer after summer; without breaking the bank.
Anyone in the market for beachwear that doubles as daily wear check out Nupur Kanor. The flowy printed dresses and coord sets ooze glamour that are really worth throwing a villa party for.
From floral separates to floaty dresses and excellent swimwear, Pipa Bella‘s new resortwear line is a great spot for your summer wardrobe update. This deeply cool dress is sure to turn heads on your luxe getaway.
Siddartha Tytler and FabAlley
If you’re into colourful, feminine prints, and unapologetically glamorous floor-sweeping summer dresses, this one’s for you. Faballey’s collaboration with designer Siddartha Tytler brings to life his iconic prints, and signature silhouettes in a colour palette that’s equal parts fresh, as it is classic. The collection brings forth Siddartha’s signature laidback luxe sensuality blended with Faballey’s ease and versatility to present a transitional limited edition capsule, that are the perfect resortwear staples.
Minimal, easy, flowy and unstructured silhouettes define Buna Studio’saesthetic. If your idea of a perfect holiday involves drifting from the pool to a sunset Aperol spritz without a care in the world or needing to change outfits, stuff your suitcase to the brim with pieces from Buna.
House of Fett
The showstopper of the vacation wardrobe, House of Fett, offers feminine but sophisticated forever pieces inspired by the romance of pristine beachy locales. So, max out your fabulous holiday vibe with some equally killer resort wear.