|The Latest in Vera Bradley at Scott's|
New! Pop Art Collection by Vera Bradley
Pop Art - This Cubist-inspired print weaves in today’s pop culture, tech and social media to create a pattern that is eccentric, quirky and retro-chic.
Art Poppies- Art Poppies is the newest color supporting the Foundation for Breast Cancer. The magenta evolves the pink story as a palette of brights, driven by cobalt as a key accessory color.
Cobalt Tile- Relaxing, nautical-inspired hues from distant shores inspire the Cobalt Tile collection. Cobalt, navy and white embody a seaside palette with motifs borrowed from Mediterranean tiles.
Nomadic Floral- Nature-inspired silhouettes are combined with tech brights to evoke the feeling of travel for the sheer joy of it in the Nomadic Floral collection. The neutral palette of gray and cream is accented with cool mint and bright orange for a look that is both urban and natural.
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About Vera Bradley
The Vera Bradley story is a testimony to the American Dream. While on vacation in March of 1982, company founders Patricia R. Miller and Barbara Bradley Baekgaard were awaiting a flight in Atlanta when they noticed a definite lack of feminine-looking luggage. The longtime friends wasted no time in correcting this situation. Within weeks, these dynamic women had created a company, named after Barbara's mother, (Veronica "Vera" Bradley) capable of marketing and manufacturing their cleverly designed products. The demand for these unique handbags and luggage items has grown and so has Vera Bradley, which is now nationally and internationally recognized.