April 16, 2024

Dynasty George

Designed in Brooklyn, but made in India, this gorgeous label creates its pieces out of natural fiber deadstock. Designer Dynasty Casanova launched it during the pandemic with a focus on a whimsical look, as evidenced by these eyelet ruffled dresses here.

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JessaKae

Picnic-ready dresses and the prettiest floral prints abound at JessaKae. This Utah-based label offers sizes XS through 5X in the dreamiest frocks and tops (like the dress shown and this butterfly blouse that’s totally swoon-worthy).

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SZ Blockprints

This slow-fashion brand has some of the prettiest patterns, all block printed by hand in Jaipur, India. You’ll find dreamy maxi dresses, blouses, pants, jackets, and more that coordinate perfectly with any outdoorsy scene.

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Doe and Deer Crochet

For handmade crochet pieces and custom orders, definitely hit up this label by Jackie Nicole for all the cottagecore inspo.

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Lisa Says Gah!

This retailer has tons of brands that encapsulate a countryside aesthetic, including its eponymous label, as evidenced by this two-tone gingham number here. It also recently launched a crochet collection if knitwear is your thing.

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Mirror Palais

While this label isn’t exclusively considered a “cottagecore” one, its most recent collection has some stunning white eyelet dresses made to be worn with a straw bag in a rural setting. Trust me.

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For Love & Lemons

You might already be familiar with this brand, but its romantic aesthetic fits in with the whole cottagecore vibe. It features designs with floral prints, ruffles, bustiers, and lacy skirts made for twirling in an open field.

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LoveShackFancy

Designer Rebecca Hessel Cohen started this label in 2013, and it’s known for its romantic aesthetic with intricate details and a vintage-inspired look. Which white dress in this is your fave?

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Alemais

Seaside cottages exist, too! For a cottagecore aesthetic inspired by the ocean, check out this pretty Aussie label.

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Carleen

Hello, quilting! Kelsy Parkhouse created this brand that’s based in Los Angeles and specializes in nostalgia with its use of vintage fabrics. This two-piece set is EVERYTHING.

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Simple Retro

Like the name suggests, everything on this site has that retro feel, which lends itself well to the whole cottagecore look. If you can’t actually frolic in the countryside with this square neck number, you can at least wear it to the farmer’s market or something?

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The Great

Started by Emily Current and Meritt Elliott, The Great is all about a “nostalgic take on American classics.” It has everything from spring dresses to quilted outerwear.

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The Series NY

This label, founded Ella Wiznia in 2016, specializes in one-of-a-kind, handmade crochet creations, like this bold matching set.

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MIRTH

Sisters Erin and Katie were inspired by India and its textiles to start their brand that has breezy dresses, sheer tops, maxi skirts and more.

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Hill House Home

You already know about the brand’s famous Nap Dresses, and they really are as comfortable as people say. Get one in any silhouette and you’ll feel like you’re in your very own Bridgerton episode.

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DÔEN

You can definitely imagine you’re living in a countryside cottage while wearing any of the designs from this brand. One can dream, right?

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Ciao Lucia

Lucy Akin launched this Los Angeles-based brand in 2017, and it has a ton of cottagecore-inspired pieces like breezy dresses and peasant tops.

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Roam Vintage

Curated by Natasha Zoë Garrett, this vintage store has so many unique pieces that’ll look right at home in an idyllic setting surrounded by flowers and gardens. (Or even just your small apartment.)

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Par Moi

Yes to dreamy white dresses! You’ll find extra-roomy pieces with this brand, but it also has designs with statement collars and bows that are extremely compliment-worthy.

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Christy Dawn

With its smocking, ruffles, florals, lace trims, and more, the pastoral aesthetic of this brand scream “cottagecore.” It also uses deadstock materials for an eco-friendly bonus.

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I’m Cosmopolitan’s Associate Fashion Editor and write about any and all trends, major celeb fashion moments, and why wide-leg jeans are basically the best. I originally moved to New York City to audition for RENT, only to find out that the play closed 10 years ago. 

 

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