|The Latest in Vera Bradley at Scott's|
New! Summer Collection by Vera Bradley
Rumba - Rumba is the summer pattern you'll be wearing on repeat. A mix of coral, orange, aqua, lime, and yellow on a red background that evokes the tropics. Care to Dance?
Santiago- This fun summer pattern is filled with natural, shades of blue, teal, white, and grey. Stylized tropical foliage tumbles across a ground with a subtle linen effect.
Havana Rose- Havana Rose is inspired by the weathered colorful building facades in Havana and colorful rose crowns. It's a modern nod to old world romance.
Rain Forest- A study in cream, lime, aqua, blue, and dark brown. The subtle Afro-Cuban geometric pattern draws from the multi-cultural influences of Cuba.
Stop by soon to experience the latest "Vera Bradley - at Scott's".
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.