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A Colorful Day – Orlando

Where can you go to be with other ladies who love Vera Bradley just as much as you do? A Colorful Day, of course! Held this year at the breathtaking Loews Portofino Bay Hotel in Orlando, guests of the event were treated to excellent meals, great giveaways and intimate conversations about what happens behind the […]

August in Instagrams

We welcomed three new colors, journeyed from London to California to Cincinnati, and invited you to flaunt your fashion with #vbstyleshare. We had plenty of sweet treats and photo shoots, in sunshine and showers. This was what this past month looked like in @verabradley Instagrams …

Instagram contest: #vbstyleshare

Who’s on Instagram? OK, who’s willing to admit they are slightly addicted to Instagram? We assure you, you’re in good company. If you follow @verabradley, you know we love to share behind-the-scenes snapshots. (If you don’t follow us, and you have an affinity for filtered, fun photos, we hope you’ll find us soon!) As much […]

Be Colorful Tour – in bloom

Our ongoing Be Colorful campaign has officially gone mobile. We wrapped a 1987 Jeep® Wagoneer in Priscilla Pink, filled the tank with gas and set off to travel the country and gift passersby with beautiful bouquets themed around the Summer 2012 colors. Our first stop for the Be Colorful Tour – in bloom, brought us […]

A Colorful Day – Vegas edition

If you’re a huge fan of Vera Bradley, or maybe even just a somewhat-huge fan of Vera Bradley, there’s a place you can go to celebrate your adoration and be surrounded by folks who feel exactly the same way … and that, our friends, is A Colorful Day. For this most recent Vera Bradley Experience, […]

Bliss carries …

Bliss Cook, Vera Bradley Financial Analyst, is quite the girl on the go. When she’s not busy providing analytical support to our creative teams, she can often be found doing something active (she loves running and yoga) or volunteering in the community. “My family has always taught me the importance of volunteering (I started tying […]