South American Swimwear Brands Loved by the Locals
Agua Bendita, from Colombia, enjoys a cult following in USA. The luxury South American swimwear brand employ a strong network of local females who are able to work in their own homes to support their family. The artisans use their handmade skills to create ultra-feminine resort-style dresses and swimsuits.
Bold tropical and botanical prints are commonly found in South American swimwear and is perhaps one of the most striking signatures of the labels from the region.PatBO, pictured, and Palmacea are both known for creating exclusive nature-inspired prints for their swimwear that are reminiscent of the continent’s surroundings.
Adriana Degreas is the famous Brazilian swimsuit brand known for her bold, fun prints and cuts that infinitely flatter the female form.
Agua Bendita is the brand's main line of feminine luxury swimwear. Made in Colombia by talented women who work from home in Antioquia, Colombia.
Maaji makes reversible swimwear in Colombia. Tropical style prints are paired with bold block colors on the reverse so you can enjoy two looks for the price of one. The label has planted more than 100,000 trees and leads beach clean-up efforts.
Palmacea is a Colombian swimwear brand known for timeless cuts and its use of modern nature-inspired prints. Handmade in Bogota.