From vegan to vintage, whether you like it casual or sophisticated, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to shop women’s clothes in Hong Kong (across all budgets)
A sense of style is more than just about buying a piece of clothing, it’s about expressing yourself and playing with individuality. It can be adding statement jewellery to make your fit pop, slinging on a handbag that stands out, or mixing and matching Korean fashion brands. Here’s our ultimate guide to shopping women’s clothes in Hong Kong for you to toy with your inner fashionista. Perhaps you can find a couple of these brands in Hong Kong’s one too many glitzy malls.
Where to shop women’s clothes in Hong Kong
1. Emma Wallace
The British womenswear designer delivers a seamless blend of Western heritage fused with Eastern influence, with inspirations shown in fabric, colour, and pattern. Feel your best at home with their luxury collection of silk loungewear. Their collections are divided into three – Space, Labyrinth, and Electric – each with a different take on design. They also offer made-to-order gowns that look stellar.
Emma Wallace, Shop A, G/F Po Hing Mansion, 2 Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2336 6798, or shop online.
2. Rue Madame
Ever felt like Hong Kong got you stuck between fast fashion and high-end luxury brands? So did Ariane, Rue Madame’s founding lady. This chic boutique offers stylish clothing that is comfortable and wearable for any occasion (whilst standing out from the crowd). You’re bound to find something suitable for work, parties, workouts, or even lounging at home. Shopping for women’s clothes has never been easier 😉
Rue Madame has multiple locations in Hong Kong, or you can shop online.
3. Tove & Libra
Focusing on quality over quantity, Tove & Libra has put in three generation’s worth of knowledge to curate sustainable fashion wear for a more conscious approach to avoid fashion waste. We love their thoughtful upcycled clothing collection and multi-way capsule that enables one to style a piece of clothing in more than one way (a wallet saver!).
Tove & Libra, S306 Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 9662 9923, or shop online.
Thinking ahead, Mango has a goal to source fully sustainable materials by 2022. Mango caters to women of all sizes, to feel confident in their own skin. The brand won’t settle for less and you won’t either – shop all women’s clothes ranging from office wear, maternity wear, swimwear, and casual wear – you name it, they have it.
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Mango, iSquare, Shop 7, Lobby Floor, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2466 3379, or shop online.
5. Pull & Bear
If you’re into graphic tees, edgy shoes, unique accessories, and hot sales, this Spanish retailer won’t disappoint. Personally, we love their sweaters as they’re long-lasting and totally inexpensive (and soft!). The price range is perfect for teens and students, and their clothes are all suitable for school, Uni, and work (if smart casual works).
Pull&Bear has locations across Hong Kong, you can also shop online.
6. Mee & Gee
What’s one way to truly stand out from the crowd you ask? Vintage clothes. Mee & Gee sells all things from vintage dresses, denim skirts, colourful patterned shirts, and even spacesuits (too soon for Halloween?). This store is a gem for unique finds, and the prices, oh that’s definitely a find!
Read our full guide on shopping vintage clothing in Hong Kong.
Mee & Gee has multiple shops in Hong Kong.
7. Lane Crawford
There’s no doubt that Lane Crawford is the place to scour for luxury clothing pieces. Shop from Fendi to Prada to Alexander McQueen, and more high-end brands. Either way, the pieces from Lane Crawford’s collections will have you looking like you’re going to walk the runway.
Lane Crawford has multiple locations in Hong Kong.
When talking about high street fashion labels, Zara is probably the first to pop in your head (because who doesn’t know Zara?). This Spanish fashion giant offers clothing for women, men, and children, for a reasonable price. You pay for the quality and their versatile designs can be paired casually or for work. And their accessory game is pretty damn strong too.
Zara has multiple locations in Hong Kong, you can also shop online.
9. Love, Bonito
There’s just something about the minimalistic look of Love Bonito’s womenswear, it will have people asking “Ohhh, where did you go get your outfit from?” for sure. You can shop for dresses (from mini, midi, to maxi), jumpsuits, blouses, and bottoms, all at an affordable price. The fits are suitable for both casual wear and workwear. Plus, there’s a 10% discount for students in Hong Kong (sweet!).
You can shop Love Bonito online.
10. Phase Eight
It’s tragic when you really like a piece of clothing, but it doesn’t have your size (boo-hoo!). When shopping from Phase Eight, there’s really no need to feel that way because their sizes come in all ranges and we’re here for it. The varieties of dresses sure tempt you to add it all to the cart – plus, they sell wedding dresses (for the bride, the bridesmaid, and the mother of the bride!).
Phase Eight has multiple locations in Hong Kong, you can also shop online.
Your go-to clothing brand for workwear, that’s conveniently located all across Hong Kong. From blazers, dresses, trousers, and blouses, the designs are sophisticated and the fit is comfortable (because that’s important especially when you have to sit in an office all day). If you go at the right time, you can be in store for some sweet deals.
G2000 has multiple shops in Hong Kong.
12. Alice + Olivia
Retro-style dresses? Hell yeah! Alice and Olivia has styles that’ll catch eyes, with their bright greens, pinks, and yellows. Most suited for party wear, you can go all out (perhaps with a pair of vegan leather pants?) and nothing is ever too flamboyant.
Alice + Olivia, Shop 3078B, Podium Level 3, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2234 7253
This boho-chic boutique aims to invigorate and empower, with each one of their pieces sustainably sourced and ethically made in India (by women from the grassroots community). Through employment, skill training, and fair practices, Aanya wants to bridge the gap between empowerment and consumerism. Also, with beach season coming, here’s where you can get your boho beachwear sorted, you’re welcome.
Aanya, G/F, 67 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, or you can shop online.