Five Resort-focused Atlanta Apparel Brands That Are Perfect For Your Next Trip

by The Daily Front Row

Ahh, travel: how we’ve missed you. And furthermore, how we’ve missed planning our vacay wardrobes. Luckily, Atlanta Apparel’s brand exhibitor list is chock full of vacation-ready resortwear brands that’ll ensure you’re never without an easy breezy, beachy look again. Here’s what’s on our radar!

Lilla P

Ensure you’re ready for anything a beach day itinerary throws at you by adding easy breezy separates by Lilla P to your proverbial cart. The brand, by Pauline Nakios, fuses the edge of New York with the laissez faire style of Charleston—both places which the designer calls home.

 

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Lucy Paris

With its finger on the trend button, Lucy Paris takes its inspiration from Parisian elegance, a New York state of mind, and a sense of California cool. And if that’s not a vibe worth channeling in your wardrobe, we don’t know what is.

 

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Pierre Dumas

For sandals perfect for your inner globe-trotting gypset, look no further than Pierre Dumas. Having been in the game since 1964, this brand is a tried-and-true favorite for a reason.

 

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Anna Cate 

Oh, how we love a pretty print. Luckily, Anna Cate is satiating our appetite for patterns—like this seaside-inspired number. You’ll find the brand, and so many other desirables, at LBV Showroom.

 

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Shore

High quality, made in USA swimwear and separates? You had us at hello! Located at the Uncommon Fashion showroom, you’ll find Shore: a his and hers label of must-haves for the vacation you’ve been dreaming of taking. Go on, book the flight…you deserve it!

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