Keep those snarky relatives at bay with these stylish (and affordable) outfits. 1. Slay…
If you, like us, hail from the tropics where there is nothing but sun…
So your expensive gym membership, paleo diet and boxing classes are finally starting to pay…
Less is more. ‘Nuff said! If you love clean lines and clever details like us, but can’t always afford to fork out for COS, Taobao has some pretty neat alternatives that will help you achieve Scandinavian-chic.
Weddings can be unnecessarily expensive. It usually starts out as a simple affair, and before you know it, an entire month’s salary has been sworn off to wedding favours, flowers and decorations. You now find yourself counting down the days to your wedding – because it’ll be your first decent meal in a really long time. How did it morph into this monstrous money-sucking black hole?!
Nearly every girl we know has picked up at least one from the neighbourhood Zara – but you know what, keep that wallet honey, cos’ we’ve sussed out really affordable (and cute!) alternatives from Taobao that’ll fit right in in your next #datenight outfit.
As if finding the right threads to go with your style wasn’t hard enough, finding the right accessories proves yet another challenge for the style-conscious.
Finally, winter’s over and summer’s in full swing! You can now get all your sartorial needs for the tropical weather from Taobao.
We won’t be featuring any cheap throw-away fashion either, because goods things should last, and there’s always Bugis Street market if you’re looking for that sort of thing mi’rite?
Outfit – matched. Shoes – matched. Make up on pointe. (Finally – that eyeliner took ages to perfect.) You’re just about to walk out then you realise – none of your bags match your outfit and that tote you got for your cousin’s wedding 6 months ago is starting to look a little tacky.
Every girl dreams of a shoe closet to rival Carrie Bradshaw but let’s face it: shopping for shoes in Singapore can be a very lacklustre affair. Like clothes, you tend to end up with cheaply-made shoes (that aren’t really that cheap for their quality) or painfully expensive shoes that cost 50% more than it does online (thank you Shopbop and ASOS).