The prettiest floaty dresses and cover-ups tend to also come from these specialist beachwear brands. They are particularly good at choosing irresistible summer prints and the addition of embroidery, eyelet detailing, ruffles, and lace, really make their pieces so hard to resist.
This is an unrivaled list of beachwear brands to explore. Some of the standouts include Flagpole and Lisa Marie Fernandez (pictured).
A Mere Co. dresses and cover-ups are at home on a seaside getaway. The London-based brand's signature style is breezy dresses in natural fabrics.
Adriana Degreas is the famous Brazilian swimsuit brand known for her bold, fun prints and cuts that infinitely flatter the female form.
Agua by Agua Bendita is the luxury spin-off label from Colombian brand Agua Bendita. The label's exquisite cover-ups and swimsuits are rich in pattern and made by local female artisans.
Azulu is a Colombian household label that specializes in feminine resort wear. Particularly known for its classic linen pieces, the brand oversees its entire production in-house in Bogota, Colombia to exacting standards.
Bec + Bridge is a treasured Australian brand designing pieces that epitomize modern, confident women. Known for party dresses, a bridal edit and swimwear.
Bond-Eye, from Australia's famous Bondi Beach, creates classic swimsuits in recycled fabrics. The BOUND collection, made in super-stretchy crinkle fabric, is a one-size-fits-most range.
Capittana is a Peruvian label creating swimwear embellished with beautiful floral prints. Its foundations lie in female empowerment with the quality garments handcrafted by at-risk women and solo mothers in Lima.
New York-based Caroline Constas creates laid-back ultra-feminine pieces. Think glamourous silhouettes made from weightless cotton.
Charine Sarte is the namesake Philippines label of the Parisian-based founder. Her feminine clothing collections are inspired by the tropical heat of the archipelago and are made by skilled Filipino seamstresses.