We feel you – sometimes, we find ourselves out of places to shop, too. But here are some Singapore-based independent designers we found and love – they’re also showcasing at the upcoming American Women’s Association Fashion Show, and we can’t wait!
1. WYLD Shop
image: WYLD Shop’s Instagram
All about Australian high-street chic, WYLD Shop’s line is edgyand contemporary. Live WYLD and live free, they say, and their pieces, from dresses to swimwear to sleepwear, exude a sense of spontaneous playfulness while being extremely stylish.
2. Shopping At Tiffany’s
The owner Tiffany Maughan spent her childhood indulging in her passion for style and fashion design, and has been working in fashion since she left school.
Shopping at Tiffany’s (pun intended), you’ll find a treasure trove of amazing styles and accessories. The brand prides itself in offering realistically sized clothes at affordable prices.
163 Tanglin Rd, #02-03 Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933; 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-17B Great World City, Singapore 237994
image: Covetella’s Instagram
Covetella is an online platform to rent, buy, and custom-make luxury dresses. With their wide range of thoughtfully curated, beautiful designer dresses, you’re bound to find something for yourself for that special occasion. Dressing up for weddings and parties just got a whole lot less painful – both for you and for your wallet!
Psst! We hear Covetella will be clearing out some dresses at their booth at the fashion show – it’s your chance to bag a designer dress at insanely low prices!
4. Simply Silk
image: Simply Silk’s Facebook page
These soft, floaty pieces made of quality silk from Italy are perfect for the beach or for brunch. Stylish yet versatile, dress it up or down with heels or a simple pair of sandals.
5. Desti Saint
This line of handbags are unique yet smart, making them perfect for any occasion, day or night.
Made of luxuriously soft leather, the bags are also embellished with desti Saint’s statement leather tassel and polished with a metal sphere, giving them a distinct designer look.
By Pinky Chng, April 2016