Best home-grown swimwear and accessories brands for your summer honeymoon

Shine in the sun with flowy dresses, sexy beachwear, and some exquisite contemporary pieces.

Shopping for your honeymoon is the ultimate retail therapy you need to snap out of the chaos and frenzy of wedding planning. But with all that's going on, putting together your shopping list can feel overwhelming. That's why we've gathered our top picks of local swimwear and accessory brands to keep you stylish on your holiday.

MALIE

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Founded in 2021 by the wife-husband duo Amalie Othilia Brandi Mikkelsen and Karandeep Singh Chadha, the brand perfectly marries the design intricacy and textiles of India with Denmark’s simplicity and comfort. Right from their handloom woven fabrics to the vivid hand block prints, each piece has been crafted to provide one-of-a-kind design for all. 

DRAWN

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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While your wardrobe contains a lot of monochrome looks, summer is always about being bold, fun and colourful. And that’s where you get drawn to Drawn’s love for vibrant shades. Dresses, skirts, and shirts in simple silhouettes are created with a bold colour palette and imaginative prints. Founded by Rhea Bhattacharya, during the pandemic in September 2020, the brand continues to deliver timeless wardrobe winners with hues and prints in their collections that add life and a lot of colour to the summer. 

ODE TO ODD

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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A summer honeymoon is incomplete without romantic florals in your suitcase. Founded by Shreya and Priyal Mewara, Ode To Odd is a brand creating a movement towards mindful future in fashion with artisans at the heart of it. They’ve got shirts, dresses, and corsets each that feature intricately hand-embroidered flowers in a variety of shades against white or black. All you got to do is pair them with your jeans and flats and step out and shine in the sun. 

LUNE

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Get your hands on celestial-inspired fine, contemporary jewellery in silver, gold, and bronze from this jewellery brand founded by Sreesha Shetty. Crescent-moon studs, opal earrings, bracelets, and chokers, designed like phases of the moon, whimsical charms, nose pins, hair clips, and stunning body chains are just some of the things you can find here. Each of their pieces are handcrafted by artisans from their factory in Goa. 

Azga


Founded by sister duo Nikita and Namita Bhandari, the delicate pieces from this Jaipur-based brand are inspired by Indian jewellery traditions but are crafted keeping a modern outlook in mind. The range spans handcrafted cufflinks, brooches, lapel pins, buttons, pocket squares, charm bracelets, talisman necklaces, rings, and more. 

ESHA LAL SWIMWEAR

Esha Lal Swimwear, launched in May 2019, is an environmentally conscious swimwear and resort wear brand, aiming to make consciously-made products available consumers at affordable prices. The label’s designs scream ‘summer’ and its fabric is extremely breathable. One of their lines is made from the fabric made from discarded fishing nets––a true example of eco-conscious creations.

Guapa Resort Wear

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Founded by Reby Kumar, Guapa is a resort wear label that is fun, effortless, and comfortable! Believing in the concepts of simplicity, colour and the free spirit, the brand picks elements from the everyday ordinary and turns them into something special in their collections, which include swimwear, cover-ups, co-ord sets, and more. 

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