Heads up, shopaholics. Retail therapy has never been easier with our pick of the best local fashion stores on the WWW.
Our love for local fashion just won’t quit! Call it a blogshop or an independent online store – we’ve seen these spring up in the early 00s, growing their online presence and garnering huge followings in the years since. They’re usually bang on trend, with regular drops of new collections and price tags that won’t hurt when you key in your card details. Affordable wardrobe updates and shopping from the convenience of your home – what’s not to love? If blogshops in Singapore aren’t already on your radar, check out our favourites and bookmark ’em.
Best blogshops in Singapore
Never been much of a fashion maven? Just click on Neonmello’s blog for inspiration on how to style your outfits, whether it’s for brunch or V-day. From maxi dresses to peplum tops, the brand’s collections will take you through pastels and prints, ombre shades and reversible pieces. And yes, you can also dress your tots while you’re on a shopping spree here.
Neonmello, available online.
The OG of the blogshop scene first started out as Bonito Chico, a humble side project back in 2005. Fast forward more than a decade, and Love, Bonito tops the list as Singapore’s online success story, with major expansions over the years and brick-and-mortar stores to boot. It’s grown up from its blogshop days, but we figured this list wouldn’t be complete without the name that started it all. Besides a widely-popular selection of trendy looks that are coveted by women of all styles, the household brand has also collaborated with celebrated designers and appeared on fashion runways. Oh, and any shopper who needs fashion tips can book a stylist session at one of its stores or sign up for its regular styling events.
Love, Bonito, available online and at Funan and 313 @ Somerset.
You don’t come across blogshops like this much. Arcade launched in 2006 to deliver trendy and timeless fashion pieces for both men and women at pocket-friendly prices. Expanding its collection of wardrobe staples ever since, the label offers accessories such as bags, pins, socks, towels, shoes to pair with your new clothes, alongside casual chic menswear!
Arcade, available online.
The Stage Walk
For over 10 years, this blogshop in Singapore has put out wearable, affordable trends for the modern woman. New arrivals hit the retailer twice a week, which makes every return visit a surprise. Here’s where you can stock up on contemporary classics and complete the look with shoes, bags and accessories.
The Stage Walk, available online and at Bugis Junction and Tampines 1.
The Sunday Avenue
A shopping paradise that’s kind to your wallet, The Sunday Avenue gives off major feminine and flirty vibes. Think fun prints etched out on midi skirts, flowy dresses perfect for tropical island living, and boho-inspired pieces that won’t look out of place at a groovy music festival. Plus, simple wrap and shift dresses to up your office style game!
The Sunday Avenue, available online.
One one-stop-shop for all your fashion and beauty needs, Topazette covers everything from makeup and skincare to lingerie, swimwear, activewear and accessories. On the apparel side, you can take your time to browse through ombre pieces, reversible items, dresses for special occasions and even maternity-friendly ones to hide your growing bump.
Topazette, available online and at Orchard Gateway.
The Tinsel Rack
Created for the modern woman, this sweet store brings in flowy dresses, flared tops and shorts, work-appropriate culottes and blazers – all in a good mix of pastels, rich hues and the occasional fun print.
The Tinsel Rack, available online and at Suntec City and Orchard Gateway.
The Editor’s Market
There’s an edgy and quirky feel to The Editor’s Market that keeps it current, no matter if you’ve just stepped into working adult life or you’re well on your way up the career ladder. For all things fashion-forward, this contemporary store stocks its very own line of dresses, tops, trousers, accessories and even homeware in a variety of styles from playful to plain minimal. We’ve gotta admit: Rare is the day when we pass by any of its physical stores without giving in to the call to step in and shop.
The Editor’s Market, available online and at 313 @ Somerset and Bugis+.
Looking for easy basics to stock your wardrobe with? You’ve come to the right place. Fayth also has sleek jumpsuits, dresses for lazy weekends, denim goods and even a “mummy and me” section so you can dress in matching designs with your little one. To complete your outfit, shop slouchy bags, casual flats and quirky earrings from the accessory collection.
Fayth, available online and at Plaza Singapura and City Link Mall.
Love and Bravery
It’s been around the block since 2005 with fellow blogshops in Singapore, but this brand is still going strong in its mission to make fashion affordable. From statement looks to everyday outfits, the brand has it all – even shoes and jewellery. But what we love most is the ability to browse by themes, which means those strictly looking for workwear can head straight to that collection. You can also filter according to material, pattern and sleeve length, which works great for anyone who’s picky about the details.
Love and Bravery, available online and at Bugis Junction and Jem.
Love your usual high street store suspects? MDS will be right up your alley. The homegrown label is known for its lovely, stylish collections at affordable prices. Who can say no to that? So the next time your wardrobe needs a major overhaul, hit up one of its outlets islandwide or just head online for some major retail therapy.
MDS Collections, available online and at Orchard Gateway and Bugis Junction.
When it comes to blogshops in Singapore, we’ve got to give props to Hervelvetvase for its longevity. Featuring an assortment of feminine, tailored pieces, day-to-night dresses, girly playsuits, work-friendly trousers and even sleek swimsuits, the shop keeps prices wallet-friendly and allows you to sort through collections by colour, occasion, size and price range. Plus, it reassuringly sticks to its policy of ethical working conditions – guilt-free shopping at its best!
Hervelvetvase, available online.
With its sophisticated yet utilitarian designs that boast classic silhouettes and attention to detail, it’s no surprise that Klarra is a firm favourite with discerning fashionistas. After all, the label is chock-full with sartorial stunners that make the perfect additions to your wardrobe. From sexy slip dresses to kimono jumpsuits to high-waisted wide-legged trousers, the selection takes the modern working woman seamlessly from desk to dinner.
Klarra, available online and at Raffles City Shopping Centre and Robinsons, The Heeren.
All Would Envy
Targeting bold and fashion-conscious women, All Would Envy puts out chic, contemporary designs that are both trendy and timeless. Perfect for all occasions, its sweet floral prints and deeper hues make fab wardrobe staples. Bookmark this as your go-to online store for midi dresses, playful rompers, polished jumpsuits and linen culottes at the click of a button.
All Would Envy, available online and at Funan.
The Velvet Dolls
Established in 2010, this online retailer makes the cut with its range of carefully tailored creations that are designed to flatter. After browsing the selection from casual wear to office wear, you’ll be bagging its feminine pieces in no time. Plus, if you’ve got bridesmaid duties coming your way, shop the dedicated bridesmaid collection filled with gorgeous gowns and off-the-shoulder dresses before you doll up for your bestie’s big day.
The Velvet Dolls, available online.
The Closet Lover
Founded by two sisters with a passion for fashion, this blogshop offers fast fashion trends via self-manufactured pieces including clothes, shoes and accessories. Great value for money, The Closet Lover ensures that customers are able to shop for affordable must-haves without sacrificing quality. We’re in love with its range of fun and feminine in-house prints, which are stamped on everything from skirts to tops to dresses.
The Closet Lover, available online.
Once known as We Are Rubbish, SuperGurl has since rebranded itself with a super (and less self-deprecating) new moniker. While it still retains its fashion-forward edge, it’s long steered away from its former monochrome identity. A quick click through the catalogue will lead you to a playful assortment of toga tops, polka dot rompers and flutter-sleeved dresses. Prices here aren’t too steep either, so you can get your retail therapy hit without the guilt.
SuperGurl, available online.
The Fleur Label
One of the top blogshops in Singapore every free-spirited girl ought to bookmark, Fleur offers quality without breaking the bank. It refreshes its wide collection of versatile dresses, one-piece suits, tops and bottoms with new arrivals every week. That makes regularly shopping here a hassle-free experience, as you can browse through the workwear, reversible or print series and never get bored.
The Fleur Label, available online.
Young Hungry Free
Forget about your average, cookie-cutter blogshop. Young Hungry Free serves attitude with a side of sass, as made apparent by its cooler-than-thou collection of apparel and accessories. Think slouchy blazers, lime green midi dresses, sheer tops and rust-coloured drawstring pants – basically, everything a fashionista needs to subtly show off her rebellious side.
Young Hungry Free, available online.
Started by two sisters, Fash Mob blends high street and modern sophistication to serve looks that are chic and, most importantly, effortless. The blogshop’s clothes are manufactured in-house, spanning from paisley jumpsuits to floral maxis to high-waisted flared pants. Accessories are just as stylish, and the kids’ section is just adorbs.
Fash Mob, available online.
Pops of colour? Check. Unconventional prints? Double check. Vintage vibes? Yup, Modparade’s got all that and more. Offering free delivery for orders over $50, its fashion catalogue consists of a carefully curated range of free-spirited and retro-tinged dresses, tops, bottoms and accessories. Safe to say, you won’t look like a wallflower in these threads.
Modparade, available online and at the Nomadx pop-up.
Who says style has to come with a hefty price tag? For trendy apparel – think party frocks, midi dresses and one-piece rompers – that won’t break the bank, Runway Bandits is here for you. The shop is big on quality and affordability, which means you’ll find versatile wardrobe essentials under $50 – perfect for shoppers on a tight budget.
Runway Bandits, available online and at Plaza Singapura.
Who can relate to the woes of having a wardrobe in disarray? Yeah, we got you. Once you’ve got things cleaned out, it’s time to go back to the basics. Think denim pieces, shift dresses and knit tops that can easily be paired with statement-making accessories for an eye-catching look. The label also features shoes like sliders, mules and sandals, alongside shoulder bags ad bucket bags – all of which can see you go from day to night without a hitch.
Wardrobemess, available online and at Funan.
Carrying a mix of in-house and globally-sourced apparel and accessories, Hollyhoque has been in the biz since 2008, dressing ladies in breezy basics, sophisticated workwear and glamorous threads for that special occasion. If you’re into that sleek and simple aesthetic or loose silhouettes, you’ll find plenty to suit your preference at one of our fave blogshops in Singapore.
Hollyhoque, available online and at Orchard Gateway and Century Square.
A homegrown brand that got its start in 2007 by two sisters, Ohvola offers fashionistas a range of modern, sophisticated pieces, including dedicated workwear and bridesmaid collections. Its Keepsakes by Ohvola series currently features a premium range of tweed items, from skirts and shift dresses to flared tops and blazers that can take you from the boardroom to the bar in just one outfit.
Ohvola, available online.