Now that you’ve figured out which delivery service works for you from our last article, it’s time to take the plunge and get your precious loot delivered safely to your door.
Being Singaporean, we never really questioned the cost of winter wear in Singapore because it’s usually a once-off purchase that happens in moments of desperation (like when you realise that your trip to Japan is 1 week away and you haven’t even secured accommodations).
Smartphone owners, you’ll know that the biggest money drainer isn’t the equipment – it’s usually the accessories.
Now that you’ve assembled your Kinfolk-esque kitchen it’s time to fill it up with kitchen essentials. Homeware can be pretty pricey in Singapore.
If you don’t want to fork out for lovely but somewhat expensive options at the likes of Tangs and Robinsons, Taobao has a wide range of kitchenware and utensils that’ll look as pretty as they are useful.
Kantangs, angmohpais and other non-speakers-of-Chinese.
It’s time to stop sitting on your basketful of wistfully saved Taobao items, and face your biggest fear – getting your loot delivered from China.
Setting up home in Singapore won’t just cost you a mortgage that you’ll have to pay for for the rest of your adult life. You, like the rest of us plebs, will also probably be paying for something you won’t get to keep. Suddenly, splashing out home fittings doesn’t seem all that worthwhile.
Hello men in our life. We love you.
But we’re really tired of hearing you complain about how limited / expensive/ ugly your fashion options are in Singapore. Zara has 3 stories dedicated to the women and all you have is one measly section – 50% of which are basics. We hear you.
You’ve made the jump, paid the stamp duties and got the HDB flat of your dreams.
Now it’s time to make it cozy – but you’re not digging the offerings at COURTS and IKEA’s furniture just doesn’t seem to last.
If you haven’t already heard of Tao Bao (where have you been?), you’re about to discover China’s gift to the world.