Singapore famous blogshop: 21 Most Popular Blogshops In Singapore Sorted By Instagram Followers, Price Range & Delivery Fees

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21 Most Popular Blogshops In Singapore Sorted By Instagram Followers, Price Range & Delivery Fees

Popular Blogshops In Singapore

Blogshops are a booming business in Singapore. International fashion brands don’t always get Singaporean women’s tastes and sizing, so thank goodness our local blogshops are here to save the day. 

With so many blogshops in Singapore out there, however, it can be hard knowing which to check out. We’ve done the legwork and ranked according to their Instagram following and added details like delivery fees and range of clothes, so you can make a better informed decision when you shop. 

Get your credit card information ready as you browse through these top blogshops in Singapore that will definitely thrill your inner OL as much as Old Tea Hut. 

1. Love, Bonito 

Love, Bonito is famous for being one of the original blogshops in Singapore. There is a wide range of designs to choose from at various price points, so shop with a budget in mind and get the most fabulous pieces for your buck.  

Walk into its brick and mortar stores, all swathed in millennial pink, for a delightful shopping experience. 

Instagram followers: ~260,000
Range of clothes: Denim, dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, knits, outerwear, pants, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $16.90 to $109.90
Delivery fee: Free delivery

[email protected]

Address: 313 Orchard Road, #02-16/21, [email protected], Singapore 238895
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Funan

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #02-09, Funan, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

JEM

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #01-42/56/57, JEM, Singapore 608549
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Website| Facebook | Instagram    

2. Mds

Mds has a wide range of formal and casual clothes, many of them figure-hugging to accentuate your curves. The collections are segregated by occasions—such as 9 – 5, Brunch and Vacay—so you can simply pick out an outfit for any occasion with ease. 

Instagram followers: ~155,000
Range of clothes: Activewear, denim, dresses, jumpers, rompers, tops, skirts, sweaters, workwear
Clothing price range: From $24.90 to $79.90
Delivery fee: $3.99 for standard shipping, self-collection available (after the Circuit Breaker period)

Check out its full list of stores here

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

3. The Editor’s Market

The Editor’s Market is known for its wide range of curated collections. Not limited to clothing, this blogshop in Singapore presents a full-on shopping experience with dinnerware, fragrances and other paraphernalia for your designer home. 

If you are looking for sophisticated single-coloured dresses, tops or pants, The Editor’s Market has a wide selection of designs for you to choose from as well. On top of that, it even has a range of sustainably created clothing so you can shop guilt-free; just look out for the green sticker icon.

Instagram followers: ~115,000
Range of clothes: Dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, knitwear, outerwear, pants, shorts, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $17 to $49
Delivery fee: Free delivery, self-collection available (after the Circuit Breaker period)

Check out its full list of stores here

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

4. The Closet Lover

Theclosetlover is a blogshop in Singapore that designs its own prints so you can look perfect against our tropical landscape for your Instagram #OOTDs. The site has an easy-to-use filter function that helps you pick out the colours or designs, if you already have something in mind. 

Instagram followers: ~114,00
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, culottes, dresses, jumpsuits, outerwear, pants, rompers, skirts, shorts, tops
Clothing price range: From $19. 90 to $75.90
Delivery fee: $2 for standard shipping on regular-priced items, free delivery for orders above $120

Bugis Junction

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #01-02, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 9.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

Raffles Xchange

Address: 5 Raffles Place, #B1-57, Raffles Xchange, Singapore 048618
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 11am to 3.30pm (Saturdays) | Closed on Sundays

Tampines 1

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-49/50, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 9.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

5. The Tinsel Rack

The Tinsel Rack is well-known for its good quality apparel. On top of that, it is one of the few blogshops in Singapore that stocks its own graphic T-shirts. Treat yourself to original TTR pastel prints for a cute brunch outfit and drop by its stores to feel the designs. 

Instagram followers: ~87,500
Range of clothes: Denim, dresses, outerwear, pants, rompers, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $10 to $54.90
Delivery fee: $3.50

Suntec City

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, North Wing, #01-567, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm daily

Orchard Gateway

Address: 277 Orchard Rd, #02-17A, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm daily

Tampines 1

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, #02-11, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11am to 9pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram

6. Fayth 

Fayth’s website is a delight to navigate with its perfectly lit lookbook that greets you. There are plenty of one-piece dresses or rompers to choose from, plus separates in prints or pastel colours.  

It  also stocks its own line  of denim jeans, skirts and dresses. The  bridesmaids’ and kids’ collections have you covered for almost all the milestones in life. 

Instagram followers: ~77,700
Range of clothes: Culottes, denim, dresses, outerwear, pants, playsuits, skirts, skorts, tops
Clothing price range: From $17.90 to $59.90
Delivery fee: $2.50 for standard shipping

Plaza Singapura

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #B1-03/03A, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 10pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

CityLink Mall

Address: 1 Raffles Link, #B1-57, CityLink Mall, Singapore 039393
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 8.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays) 

Tampines 1

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-23/24, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11am to 8. 30pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 8.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays) 

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

7. Love & Bravery

Another of the longest-standing blogshops in Singapore, Love & Bravery is known for its quality apparel for the modern woman. Here you can find plenty of clothes fit for our tropical climate without losing any style points. 

It also has a chic collection of original purses, bags and other accessories to pair with your favourite brunch outfit. 

Instagram followers: ~65,900
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, culottes, dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, leggings, outerwear, pants, playsuits, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $25 to $58
Delivery fee: $2.80 for standard shipping, self-collection available (after the Circuit Breaker period)

Bugis Junction

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #03-14, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: 11am to 9pm daily

JEM

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway, #02-49, JEM, Singapore 608549
Opening hours: 11am to 9pm daily

Tampines 1

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, #03-03, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
Opening hours:11am to 9pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

8. Fash Mob

The Fash Mob site feels like a magazine with video lookbooks so you can have a better picture of how the clothes will look like on a person. With prices going beyond $40, this brand is a tad more expensive, which could mean better quality. 

Fash Mob also drops collections of faux-leather bags for under $40 but they sell out fast, so you probably want to follow them closely on Instagram to catch their bags. 

Instagram followers: ~65,700
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, cheongsams, denim, dresses, one-piece suits, outerwear, pants, shorts, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $29.90 to $61.50
Delivery fee: Free delivery

Plaza Singapura

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #B1-18, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 11am to 8.30pm daily

Funan

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #02-12, Funan, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: 11am to 8. 30pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Ohvola 

Ohvola’s popular collection of babydoll dresses will make you look super cute. It has a wide range of laced and patterned tops for you to pair with existing or new jeans. Enjoy mixing and matching its separates, and be sure to check out its collections for bridesmaids and toddlers.

Instagram followers: ~62,800
Range of clothes: Blazers, bridesmaid dresses, dresses, jumpsuits, pants, rompers, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $25 to $49.90
Delivery fee: $2 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $100

Address: 277 Orchard Rd, #B1-05, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: 11.30am to 9.30pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

10. Runway Bandits

Runway Bandits stands out among the rest of the blogshops in Singapore for its minimalist and well-made clothing. It has everything from tops, dresses, pants, jeans, shorts and even shoes. There are dress shoes for gentlemen and canvas sneakers for the ladies, so have fun shopping for yourself and bae. 


Instagram followers:
~61,700
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, dresses, jumpsuits, rompers, skirts, shorts, pants, tops, outerwear, denim, workwear
Clothing price range: From $25 to $49
Delivery fee: $2.50 for standard shipping

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #B1-31, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 11am to 9.30pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

11. The Stage Walk

The Stage Walk stocks plenty of lacy tops and dresses for you to choose from amidst floral printed clothes that will suit the working woman. A convenient filter function allows you to pick out the design and style you are gunning for. New designs are released every Wednesday and Sunday at 9pm, so be sure to follow its social media platforms to get the latest information.  


Instagram followers:
~59,900
Range of clothes: Denim, dresses, pants, rompers, skirts, shorts, tops, outerwear
Clothing price range: From $27.90 to $45.90
Delivery fee: $2 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $100

Bugis Junction

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #03-18A, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: 11am to 9.30pm daily

Junction 8

Address: 8 Bishan Place, #02-36/37, Junction 8, Singapore 579837
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm daily

Tampines 1

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, #02-35, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11am to 9.30pm daily

Website  | Facebook | Instagram 

12. Hervelvetvase

Hervelvetvase stands out for its ‘sweater weather’ collection, which includes cardigans, jackets and even trench coats. You can feel like you are walking along Rue Cambon in Paris in its trench coats or vacationing in the Moroccon sun with the swimsuit collection. It also has a collection of earrings that is sure to elevate any wardrobe.   

Instagram followers: ~59,900
Range of clothes: Culottes, dresses, intimates, jeans, jumpsuits, pants, outerwear, rompers, shorts, skirts, swimwear, tops
Clothing price range: From $26 to $58
Delivery fee: Free delivery for standard shipping

Plaza Singapura

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #03-41, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 11.30am to 8pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 10pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

CityLink Mall

Address: 1 Raffles Link, #B1-55, CityLink Mall, Singapore 039393
Opening hours: 11.30am to 8pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 9.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays) 

Square 2

Address: 10 Sinaran Drive, #01-139, Square 2, Singapore 307506
Opening hours: 11.30am to 8pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 10pm (Fridays and Saturdays) 

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

13. Topazette

Beyond just clothing, Topazette has niche beauty products so it can be your go-to store to look beautiful. It’s also one of the few blogshops in Singapore that stock swimwear, bikinis and sports bras in addition to the usual office dresses and bridesmaid gowns. 

There are also maternity and nursing-friendly clothing and a range of kids’ clothing. Basically, Topazette has so many different categories of items, it’s best you explore the site for yourself. 


Instagram followers:
~49,200
Range of clothes: Bridesmaids dresses, dresses, jumpsuits, kidswear, lingerie, outerwear, pants, rompers, shorts, skirts, swimwear, tops
Clothing price range: From $19.90 to $51.90
Delivery fee: $3.50 for standard delivery, self-collection available (after the Circuit Breaker period is over)

Address: 277 Orchard Rd, #02-07/08, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: 11.30am to 9pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

14.   Neonmello

Neonmello has a selection of casual, colourful outfits that are suitable for those in white-collared jobs. Be sure to check out its pastel kimono outerwear that you can simply throw over a basic T-shirt and jeans to instantly give your look a pop of colour. 

Instagram followers: ~45,600
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, cheongsams, dresses, kidswear, outerwear, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $17 to $47.90
Delivery fee: $2 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $80

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

15. Hollyhoque

Hollyhoque specialises in monochrome pieces in black, navy, white and pastel shades. If you are a fan of Japanese fashion label GU, which is not available in Singapore, it provides a good alternative. Its maxi dresses and baby doll dresses will look stylish both in the office and out for a night at the club.  

Instagram followers: ~43,400
Range of clothes: Denim, dresses, knitwear, pants, outerwear, shorts, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $12 to $69.50
Delivery fee: $3.90 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $120

Orchard Gateway

Address: 277 Orchard Rd, #B2-02, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Century Square

Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #02-26, Century Square, Singapore 529509
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

16. Shopsassydream

Shopsassydream has a range of printed and single-coloured rompers for you to choose from. It also has casual blazers and kimonos that are sure to give your outfit a touch of class. Check out its ‘blogger fave’ selections that will instantly give you the influencer vibe and maybe additional likes for your #OOTD posts in its clothes.  


Instagram followers:
~42,600
Range of clothes: Dresses, jumpsuits, outerwear, pants, rompers, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $29.90 to $41.90
Delivery fee: $2.50 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $60

Plaza Singapura

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #B1-30/34, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Bugis Junction

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #03-16A/17, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: 11am to 9pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 11am to 9.30pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

17. All Would Envy

All Would Envy classifies its designs based on prints. There are plenty of pastel tropical patterns to pick from, as well as a wide selection of monochrome rompers and jumpsuits. It even has collections for men and children, so your whole family can match effortlessly.   

With a store in Funan and products stocked in showcases at Century Square, Nex and Northpoint City, you can hop down to try out the clothes before you commit. 

Instagram followers: ~37,600
Range of clothes: Culottes, dresses, jumpsuits, kidswear, menswear, rompers, shorts, skirts, skorts, tops, outerwear
Clothing price range: From $15.90 to $55.90
Delivery fee: $3 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $60

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #02-K09, Funan, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

18. Anticlockwise

Anticlockwise stocks plenty of workwear options that will also double up as a casual Sunday outfit. There are frilly details and subtle floral designs to give your office outfit an extra spark. It  also has stylish footwear for sale, like mules in various shades of brown, which will look great at your office job.

Instagram followers: ~37,400
Range of clothes: Denim, dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, outerwear, pants, rompers, shorts, skirts, tops, workwear
Clothing price range: From $19.90 to $42.90
Delivery fees: $1.80 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $75

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

19. The Velvet Dolls

Shop The Velvet Dolls’ range of printed apparel; there are tropical, abstract and striped prints to choose from so you never have to have a dull day at work. Beyond that, its monochrome scalloped dresses in dusty shades will make you stand out while still looking professional. 

The site also has a pop-up feed of items others have ordered recently, so you have an incentive to grab the pieces before they are all snapped up.

Instagram followers: ~24,600
Range of clothes: Bridesmaid dresses, dresses, jumpsuits, outerwear, pants, rompers, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $16 to $59. 50
Delivery fees: $3.50 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $88

Website | Facebook | Instagram

20. Modparade

Modparade’s colourful lookbooks greet you when you log onto their website. It  specialises in cheerful floral and abstract prints so you will never have a dull moment shopping. New arrivals are available every Thursday and Sunday at 8pm, so you can look forward to viewing its products every week.  


Instagram followers:
~21,300
Range of clothes: Dresses, jumpsuits, pants, shorts, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $20.90 to $38.90
Delivery fees: $3 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $50

Address: NomadX, 68 Orchard Road, Level 3, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

21. The Sunday Avenue

The Sunday Avenue stocks cheerful printed and striped dresses for a cute weekend outfit. If you are looking for something more formal, check out its collection of solid colour tops and dresses that will look the part when paired with heels. 

Instagram followers: ~20,300
Range of clothes: Dresses, dungarees, outerwear, pants, rompers, skirts, tops
Clothing price range: From $18 to $40
Delivery fees: $2.50 for standard shipping, free delivery for orders above $120

Website | Facebook | Instagram 

Most Popular Blogshops In Singapore

With such a wide selection of blogshops in Singapore, you can enjoy shopping from the comfort of your own home. And many of them have brick and mortar stores if you just want to try the pieces on. 

If you want up-to-date discount information, check out Telegram channel SG Budget Babes for the latest ongoing blogshop promotions.

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15 Best Blogshops in Singapore to Shop For Clothes

Let’s face it, the way we shop is evolving. In times of a pandemic, the trend towards online shopping is set to continue. This is especially so as e-commerce plays an even larger role in the “new normal”. We all have to adapt to life with the coronavirus. Besides, it is definitely safer and wiser to stay at home as much as possible. Thus, here comes online shopping platforms like blogshops in Singapore to the rescue! 

Blogshops in Singapore are booming in times like these. These local online stores are becoming increasingly popular as they offer a fresh perspective to clothing. At the same time, they cater to Singaporeans’ unique styles and sizes. 

Furthermore, they are simply so convenient. No need to travel, no make-up, no problem! And finally, who doesn’t like to wake up to surprise deliveries? It’s like unwrapping a present every time you receive a package, amirite?

However, with so many blogshops in Singapore, where do you even begin? Fret not because we have come up with 15 Best Blogshops in Singapore to Shop For Clothes. This article not only includes some OGs but also some hidden gems that deserve a mention! With this extensive list, you are sure to find a blogshop in Singapore that suits your style perfectly.

1. Love, Bonito

Aka the OG! 

Source: Love Bonito via Facebook

Love, Bonito is one of the original blogshops in Singapore that became wildly successful for various reasons. 

Firstly, they offer a variety of designs to choose from at different price points. From casual to Office Lady, there is something for everyone. 

Secondly, you are paying for quality pieces. While some of their pieces (especially those intended for work) may be slightly pricey, you are paying for high-quality material that does not lose its shape after merely wearing it once.

Thirdly, Love, Bonito offers free delivery on all orders. This sets it apart from other blogshops in Singapore. This is because many other blogshops in Singapore only offer free delivery if you spend a minimum amount of dollars. Come on, that’s one more reason to shop online!

If you still prefer physically shopping, you can also breeze through its brick and mortar stores for a hands-on experience! They have stores scattered around the island, including at [email protected], Funan and JEM.

Website: https://www.lovebonito.com/sg

2. The Editor’s Market

 Be in style and comfort~

Source: The Editor’s Market via Facebook

The Editor’s Market is another top blogshop in Singapore that is especially popular amongst the younger crowd. Why?

Firstly, while many of its pieces are generally minimalist and modern, it also offers some fun prints from time to time, and in various pastel colours for a splash of fun.

Secondly, The Editor’s Market recently introduced a range of sustainably created clothing so you can shop guilt-free. Simply keep a lookout for a green icon to identify these pieces.

Finally, it is known for its wide range of curated collections that go beyond simply clothing. For example, they also sell dinnerware, fragrances, cushions and more. Think of it as a one-stop-shop to be a step closer to creating your ideal designer home.

You’ll also be happy to know that this is another blogshop in Singapore that has many outlets in Singapore.

Website: https://www.theeditorsmarket.com/

3. The Thread Theory

Source: The Thread Theory via Facebook

This online blogshop in Singapore specialises in making a wide range of dresses suitable for bridesmaids, weddings, formal occasions, dates and work.

Many of The Thread’s Theory’s pieces are classy and whimsical. Think pastel rompers, maxi dresses and off-shoulder dresses. You can also expect to find elegant skirts and stunning gowns.

Furthermore, their Instagram account is also pretty active. Expect regular IG Lives, behind-the-scenes and OOTDs! You will never be bored.

Website: www.thethreadtheory.com

4. The Tinsel Rack

Source: The Tinsel Rack via Facebook

Dubbed as the maker of happy clothes, this blogshop in Singapore offers extensive designs that are suitable for any occasion.

Firstly, The Tinsel Rack features fun designs that are vibrant and bring joy to your closet. Perfect for the summer! 

Secondly, their clothes are comfortable and are guaranteed to keep you relaxed and happy throughout the day.

Lastly, if you prefer trying on your clothes before buying them, you can find The Tinsel Rack at Orchard Gateway and Tampines 1. 

Website: www.thetinselrack.com

5. Wardrobemess

Going back to basics.

Source: Wardrobemess via Facebook

Wardrobemess is a blogshop in Singapore that offers a huge variety of fashionable pieces. We don’t mean just essential basics but also shoes and bags. Think comfort and versatility. You can easily create eye-catching looks. Simply pair its pieces with statement accessories to zhng your outfit!

Moreover, they are renowned for selling incredibly affordable clothes. A simple top starts from as little as S$9. Can you believe it?!

Besides, you can shop in its physical store located at Funan.

Website: www.wardrobemess.com

6. Runway Bandits

Source: Runway Bandits via Facebook

Shopping does not have to cost an arm and a leg. Think trendy apparel like midi dresses and rompers that don’t break the bank.

Runway Bandits is a blogshop in Singapore that is big on affordability and quality. Most of its pieces have fair pricing and generally cost below S$50. Hence, this blogshop is ideal for those who are on a tight budget!

It is also located at Plaza Singapura.

Website: www.runwaybandits.com

7. Her Velvet Vase

Source: Her Velvet Vase via Facebook

Her Velvet Vase is a blogshop in Singapore that designs a wide array of different clothing options. They aim to “create memories and celebrate milestones” with the everyday woman in Singapore.

Be it a girls night out, dates, holiday trips or even work, you are sure to find something that suits your needs.

Finally, be sure to keep a lookout for sneak peeks of their upcoming collections on their Instagram page before they launch!

It is also located at Novena Square and CityLink Mall.

Website: www.hervelvetvase.com 

8. Fayth

Source: Fayth via Facebook

If you are someone who likes to stock up on basics, Fayth is the blogshop in Singapore for you.

Based on their raving reviews, Fayth’s prints are one of the favourites amongst their customers. In addition, their design teams are informed of feedback by their customers and will take them into consideration. Therefore, you can potentially make a difference in their next launch! Isn’t that exciting?

Furthermore, they offer casual wear for lazy weekends and even matching outfits for mothers and children. How adorable!

In addition, they have two stores in Singapore, one at Plaza Singapura and CityLink Mall.

Website: www.fayth.com

9. MDS Collections

Source: MDS collections via Facebook

MDS Collections is known to bring the latest fashion trends to consumers. Although their pricing may be considered slightly more expensive when compared to other blogshops in Singapore, it is worth it. Why? Because they sell cutting-edge runway-like fashion pieces.

Moreover, they offer a monthly subscription plan where you can redeem your credits for items starting from S$29.90. Furthermore, you get a 20% discount on all other items.

In addition, feel free to catch them on FB Live every Wednesday and Sunday at 8pm featuring exclusive designs and guides to styling their pieces.

Lastly, you can also find them at Bugis Junction, Tampines 1 and CityLink Mall.

Website: www.mdscollections.com

10. The Fleur Label

Source: The Fleur Label via Facebook

Curated for the free-spirited, The Fleur Label features comfortable and contemporary fashion for women of all ages. Expect abstract prints, summery mini dresses, and simple, formal work dresses.

Many of their pieces are backorders or restocks, which goes to show just how popular they are! 

You can explore their stores at NEX and Century Square.

Website: www.thefleurlabel.com

11. Young Hungry Free

For the risk-takers and rule-breakers.

Source: Young Hungry Free via Facebook

This blogshop in Singapore is for those who want a bit of sass and attitude in their outfits. Their cooler-than-thou collections are perfect for those who prefer loud and daring street styles. If you are someone who likes to stand out and lead fashion trends, Young Hungry Free is definitely for you!

You can also explore their Instagram page for try-ons with different sized models and detailed descriptions of their outfits.

Website: www.younghungryfree.com

12. Modparade

Source: Modparade via Facebook

Modparade aims to empower the modern woman of today. It is famous for its cheerful and colourful prints. Think pops of colour, abstract and floral prints, vintage vibes and more. 

Its clothing collections include free-spirited, summer and retro dresses, tops and bottoms.

You are sure to stand out in the crowd without burning a hole in your pocket!

Website: www. modparade.com

13. Dressabelle

 For the girly girls~

Source: Dressabelle via Facebook

Embracing the feminine side of every woman, Dressabelle offers everyday workwear, evening gowns, weekend looks as well as bridesmaid dresses.

Be updated on the latest announcements such as giveaways and new arrivals on their Instagram account!

It also has a physical store located at MOX.

Website: www.dressabelle.com

14. KNOTWEAR

Source: Knotwear via Facebook

KNOTWEAR features unique, stylish and fresh pieces to keep you relaxed and looking your best every day. Moreover, some of their pieces are made with eco-friendly fabrics, making you feel better about your purchase.

Another perk worth mentioning is that they offer free delivery within Singapore. 

Lastly, their Instagram page provides interesting ways you can style these chic pieces. Look them up for some fashion inspo! 

Website: www.knotwear. sg

15. Lovet

Source: Lovet via Facebook

Lovet is an up and coming blogshop in Singapore for many reasons. 

Firstly, diversity. Think casual weekend outfits to workwear, they have it all. For example, some of their collections include Earth Tones, The Minimalist, Pastel Summer and many more!

Secondly, their website provides a Lookbook where you can find inspiration on how to style their pieces for various occasions. 

Thirdly, every piece is made with love and their social media team puts in a lot of effort in answering queries, giving size guides and providing try-on hauls on their Instagram account. 

What more can you ask for?

Website: www.lovet.sg

Conclusion

In summary, blogshops in Singapore are becoming increasingly popular not just because of their value for money but also their appeal to consumers with different fashion needs and styles. 

As can be seen from the 15 Best Blogshops in Singapore to Shop For Clothes, many of these blogshops that started online have already transformed to become trendy brands in their own right, with stores popping up across our island.  

These blogshops in Singapore sell everything from casual essentials to chic workwear and formal gowns. Most importantly, they are typically fairly priced.

With such a broad array of blogshops in Singapore, you can enjoy shopping within the comforts of your own home. Now, hop on to the internet and start shopping. After all, happiness is receiving what you ordered online. Treat yourself, you deserve it!

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Shopping Online For Clothes? Here Are 30 Popular S’pore Blogshops To Get You Started (Including Delivery Fees)

Blogshops have transformed from homogenous Made-in-China fast fashion to a vibrant landscape of home-grown Singaporean brands that young consumers adore. These blog shops have their own unique styles and focus, which caters to different customer segments and occasions.

Whether you’re new to blogshops or don’t mind discovering a new online store, here are 25 great Singapore online fashion shops you can consider checking out.

Read Also: 7 Online Shopping Hacks That All Singaporeans Should Use To Save Money

Meet The Singapore Blogshops

#1 A for Arcade: A for Arcade’s apparels are designed to be wearable and flattering for the regular Singaporean.

#2 All Would Envy (AWE): All Would Envy aims to bring fun, comfortable and practical fashion to all happy, bold and fashion-conscious women in Singapore and all over the world.

#3 Anticlockwise (ACW): Anticlockwise features a range of comfort, fuss-free wear for both work and play.

#4 Carrislabelle: Carrislabelle is a young, cheerful and sophisticated brand that caters to young ladies and adults.

#5 ELLYSAGE: ELLYSAGE features a medley of versatile essentials and statement pieces.

#6 Fash Mob: Fash Mob embodies the effortless chic, sophistication, edgy, timeless fashion styles.

#7 Fayth: Catering to every modern stylish woman, Fayth’s clothing are all designed in-house and made with high quality fabric from around the world.

#8 Hervelvetvase: Hervelvetvase aims to celebrate different body shapes and sizes by offering an assortment of pieces from your everyday wear to work-friendly outfits.

#9 Intoxiquette: Intoxiquette is a curator of stylish, versatile and unique dresses and apparels.

#10 LBRLABEL: LBRLABEL provides you with apparels that are suitable for every age group, whether it is casual wear, wild party dresses or corporate workwear.

#11 LeChic: LeChic offers a diversity of affordable, stylish everyday wears for aspiring fashionistas.

#12 Love and Bravery: Love and Bravery seeks to be an all-encompassing brand with cutting edge pieces that are avant garde yet wearable.

#13 Love, Bonito: One of the largest homegrown fashion brands, Love, Bonito provides a wide range of pieces that fit the Asian physique.

#14 Lovet: Lovet aspires to help women identify their personal style through carefully curated pieces that ranges from florals to everyday minimalistic staples. Lovet introduces new styles every Sunday, 7pm.

#15 MDS Collections: MDS Collections is dedicated to bring trends to fashion-forward consumers and sells cutting-edge runway fashions at high street prices.

#16 MGP Label: MGP Label’s apparel are uniquely designed and crafted, and suitable for all occasions.

#17 Modparade: Modparade is a local independent label that focuses on quirky yet edgy pieces.

#18 Ohvola: Ohvola features a refined collection of classic silhouettes and strong tailored looks to bring out a fresh unique dimensional structure and touch to the skin.

#19 The Fleur Label: Curated for the free-spirit women, The Fleur Label brings in new comfortable and contemporary designs every Wednesday.

#20 Runway Bandits: Runway Bandits reinvents everyday staples to create modern, effortless silhouettes that are meant to last beyond the season.

#21 Shop Sassy Dream: Shop Sassy Dream presents timeless classics that are suitable for any occasion.

#22 SuperGurl: SuperGurl offers a wide selection of the most desirable and occasional coveted vintage clothing and accessories.

#23 The Closet Lover: All of The Closet Lover’s apparel are self-manufactured with exciting style to reflect their charmingly feminine and fun personality.

#24 The Sunday Avenue: The Sunday Avenue features a range of fashion-forward, affordable pieces that caters to your everyday look.

#25 The Tinsel Rack: The Tinsel Rack features an extensive collection of exclusive designs that is suitable for any occasion, and focuses on creating contemporary and fun designs to reflects the vibrant personality of the modern day woman.

#26 The Willow Label: Likening the experience of shopping at The Willow Label as shopping out of a fashion editor’s closet, The Willow Label is full of timeless classics that are easy to mix and match as well as the must-haves in each season.

#27 Topazette: Topazette features fresh new weekly arrivals that are trendy. It also has its own TPZ Label where every piece is exclusively manufactured with high quality.

#28 Wardrobe Mess: Wardrobe Mess emphasises on versatility and comfort, which are revealed through its stylish essentials.

#29 Young Hungry Free: Young Hungry Free offers a mix of everyday and work-friendly pieces that caters to the “risk takers and rule breakers”.

#30 6STYLE: 6STYLE offers 6 distinct styles – Casual, Chic, Preppy, Streetwear, Sexy, Glam that caters to everyone and their individual style.

Singapore Blogshops Delivery Fees, Collection Locations And Discounts

Blogshop Delivery Fees Physical Location Discounts / Deals
A for Arcade Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50
Express Courier: 1 -2 working days, $4.50
Ninja Collect: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50*Weight limit of 4kg. If the parcel is above 4kg, there would be an additional cost.
Free standard local courier for orders >$40
Century Square, NEX, Orchard Central (Gentlemen’s Collective) Subscribe to mailing list to get $5 off first purchase
All Would Envy (AWE) Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $3 (free if orders >$60)
Free standard local courier for orders >$60
NEX, Century Square

 

Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first purchase
Anticlockwise (ACW) Standard Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3. 80
Free Standard courier for orders with 2 items purchased
Free Self-Collection
32 New Market Road

 

–ACW Reward Points
–Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first purchase
Carrislabelle Free Normal Mail: 5 – 8 working days
Standard Courier: $4
No
ELLYSAGE Free Normal Mail: 2 – 5 working days
Registered Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3
Free Self-collection
Bugis Junction

 

Membership

 

Fash Mob Free Standard Courier: 1 – 4 working days
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3
Free Self-collection
Plaza Singapura, Funan

 

– Fash Mob Membership
Fayth Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2. 50
(Additional charge of $3.75 for redelivery if first delivery failed)
Free standard local courier for orders >$60
Plaza Singapura, City Link Mall,

 

Hervelvetvase Normal Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3
Free Self-collection: Up to 5 working days
Free standard local courier for orders >$100
Citylink HVV Rewards
Intoxiquette Free Local Courier: items will be dispatched from the warehouse within 2 working days upon receipt of payment No INTQ Rewards

 

LBRLABEL Standard Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3.50 onwards
Self-collection: 
2 – 3 working days
Free standard local courier for orders >$100
No –Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first purchase
– LBR Rewards
LeChic Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $3. 30
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $5.50
Free standard local courier for orders $60
No LeChic Rewards
Love and Bravery Standard Courier: 3 – 5 working days, $3.50
Self-collection
Free standard courier for orders >$80
Tampines 1, JEM

 

Membership
Love, Bonito Standard Courier: 3 – 5 working days, free for orders ≥ $20; $3.50 for orders <$20
Express Shipping: 1 –2 working days, $5
Free POPStation: collect within 3 days when order reaches POPStation
313 @ Somerset, JEM, ION, Vivocity, Funan

 

Subscribe to mailing list for 10% off first order
Code: HELLOTHERE
Lovet Local Standard Courier: 3 – 4 working days, $2. 50
Local Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $4.50
Free Self-Collection
No – Subscribe to mailing list for 10% off first order
–Lovet Rewards
MDS Collections Express Shipping1 – 3 working days, $3.99
Park N Parcel collection: 1 – 3 working days, $2.99
No

 

– MDS Monthly Subscription Plan

 

MGP Label Free Normal Mail: 3 – 15 working days
Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $3 (free for orders ≥$100)
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $5 (free when orders ≥$150)
No

 

Subscribe to their WhatsApp list for exclusive promo codes

 

Modparade Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $3
Free Self-collection
Free Standard Courier for orders >$50
No Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first order

 

Ohvola Standard Courier: 3 – 5 working days, $2. 00
Express Courier: 2 – 5 working days, $4.50 flat rate
Free Standard Courier for orders >$50
No

 

The Fleur Label Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50 (free for orders ≥$80 No Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first order Membership
Runway Bandits Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $4
Ninja Collect: 1 -3 working days, $2.50 (up to 4 items)
Plaza Singapura

 

– Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first order
– Bandita Membership
Shop Sassy Dream Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50
Smartpac Lite: 1 – 3 working days, $3 for 2 items
Free Self-collection @ Bugis Junction: 1 – 3 working days
Free Standard Courier for instock orders >$60
Bugis Junction, Plaza Singapura

 

SSD Rewards
Join their Telegram group for latest updates
SuperGurl Standard Courier: $2. 80
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$100
No SUPERGURL Membership
The Closet Lover Regular Priced Items
Standard Courier:
 $4/item (shoes/bags), $2/order (apparels)
Express Courier: $5/order (shoes/bags), $5/order (apparels)
Sales Items
Standard Courier:
 $4/item (shoes/bags), $2 for first item; additional $1 per subsequent item (apparels)
Express Courier: $5/order (shoes/bags), $5/order (apparels)
Bugis Junction, Raffles Xchange, Tampines 1, Takashimaya Shopping Centre

 

Subscribe to mailing list to get 10% off first purchase TCL membership

 

The Sunday Avenue Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.50
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$120
No
The Tinsel Rack Standard Courier: 2 – 3 working days, $3. 50
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$100
Tampines 1, Orchard Gateway

 

– Subscribe to mailing list to get 15% off your first order
– TTR Membership and Rewards
The Willow Label Standard Courier: 2 – 5 working days, $3
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $4
Self-collection: 3 – 5 working days
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$100
Plaza Singapura Willow Member

 

Topazette Standard Courier: $3.50, 2 – 5 working days (free 1 time redelivery)
Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $5
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$80
Orchard Gateway – Subscribe to mailing list for 10% off first order
– Topazette Rewards
Wardrobe Mess Express Courier: 1 – 2 working days, $3. 50 (Free Express Delivery for orders >$60)
1-hour delivery: $14.00
Free Self-collection
Funan
Young Hungry Free Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $5
Free Local Courier Delivery for orders >$20
No Membership
6STYLE Standard Courier: 1 – 3 working days, $2.80
Free Courier Delivery for orders >$90
Citylink – Subscribe to mailing list for 10% off first order
Code: 10OFF for $10 off local orders above $90

 

You’ll notice that many blogshops have a physical location where you can do self-collection for free. Blogshops such as Carrislabelle, ELLYSAGE and MGP Label offer free normal mail, while Fash Mob and Intoxiquette offer free standard courier delivery – which helps you to save around $1. 50 – $3.50.

Besides blogshops, there are also popular online retailers in Singapore such as Zalora, that offer free delivery for orders above $40 as well as 30 days free return.

Things To Take Note Of When Shopping Online In Blogshops

1) Most blogshops do not do cash refunds. Instead, they would refund store credits into your account while others which do give cash refunds only do so on a case-by-case basis.

2) The delivery days stated did not include the days needed for blogshops to dispatch items. Hence, it is not conclusive of the total time needed to reach you.

3) Some blogshops charge administrative fees for returns and exchanges. Hence, it is important to check your size measurement and preferred coloured for your apparels before carting out.

Given the heavy competition in the industry, it seems probable that these established blogshops compete based on product differentiation rather than engage in cut-throat price competition with each other. For example, more blogshops are self-manufacturing their labels to provide unique offerings to consumers.

Read Also: 5 Financial Traps Of Online Shopping: How You’re Being Made To Spend More And How You Can Avoid It

This article was first published on 29 May 2019 and updated with additional information. Additional reporting by Chee Jean Wen.



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Best Blogshops in Singapore You Can Visit Today

Online blogshops were initially started by young female adults who were actively involved in the fashion industry and owned retail shops. Their primary objective for starting these shops was to sell their fashion-based products to the ever increasing online community in Singapore more conveniently. Since then, the number of online blogshops has grown tremendously, and this is clear proof that they are useful in helping entrepreneurs generates sales online.

With the highest internet penetration in the world, online shopping is very popular and has a major impact on the economy of Singapore. The local e-commerce industry has so far generated $5 billion in revenue in 2019.

The most notable change in Singapore’s e-commerce industry in recent times is the evolution of Blogshops. The majority of Blogshops now run their own online shopping sites, rather than being hosted on platforms such as LiveJournal and Blogspot.

While the goods sold by blogshops in Singapore are diverse, they share one characteristic in common – the items are available at pocket-friendly prices. Enough said, here are some of the popular Blogshops that are revolutionising the online shopping industry in the Asian country.

Most Popular Blogshops in Singapore

1: WardrobeMess

 

WardrobeMess is renowned for selling clothes at incredibly affordable prices. With as little as SS$9, you can get your hands on a basic top. The dresses are also cheap, with the most expensive option going for just under S$40.

If you can’t collect the products from the Oxley Bizhub in Ubi, you will have to pay for the postage fee. The normal mail costs S$1.50, but it is advisable to use the costlier express service (S$3.50) because it is faster and more secure. It is also more economical to buy several items at once because the courier charges a flat fee.

2: Shop Sassy Dream

Shop Sassy Dream is yet another blogshop that caters for shoppers on a budget. Tops range from S$15 to S$30, while dresses go for anywhere between S$24 and S$40.  The price obviously means that the clothes aren’t overly elegant, but they are certainly an excellent option for going on weekend outings or casual dates.

The standard courier fee stands at S$2.50. If you buy items worth S$60 or more, you are exempted from paying this fee. For those who prefer fast delivery, there is the option of choosing A.M Mail, who charge S$2.90 for every item. The deliveries are then made within 24 hours.

 

3. KNOTWEAR

KNOTWEAR is an online fashion retailer that caters to modern and sophisticated women. They are also one of the fastest-growing e-commerce sites in Singapore. This site is perfect for women with an eye for design, comfort, sustainability and durability. Fill up your basket with “freshly baked” sustainable pieces made out of bamboo that will keep you cool and fresh all day.

Start shopping at the comfort of your home to have a more conscious closet. Did we mention that KNOTWEAR also offers free delivery within Singapore?

 

4: A for Arcade

 

A for Arcade charge slightly higher prices for their products than the previous two blogshops, but their products are more aesthetically appealing.

Another difference is in the type of clothing on offer. While the previous two stores mainly sell mini dresses and crop tops, A for Arcade deals with formal outfits.

The standard courier and Ninja Collect both charge S$2.50 for shipping, while the expresses courier service costs S$4.50. Alternatively, you can personally collect the items for free at MacPherson.

5: OhVola

OhVola is the ideal choice if you are looking to find different types of clothing under one roof. Casualwear goes for as little as S$15 for tops and S$18 for dresses, indicating that this shop caters for all classes.

The regular price range falls between S$25 and S$80. Most of the products in this store fall under this category. If you are organizing a wedding, there is a premium range of dresses that cost up to S$86.

The standard shipping fee stands at S$2.50. This charge is removed for orders exceeding S$100. If you want quick delivery, the express courier charges S$4. 50. Lastly, you can collect the items in person from the shop’s office in Ubi.

6: Supergurl

The target market for the Supergurl blogshop is the young adults working in Singapore. Their collection is likelier to appeal to interns more than it would to college students. Most tops range between S$16 and S$36, while dresses for S$12 to S$70.  Those looking for workplace outfits can get decent set for S$40 upwards.

The normal mail charges start from S$1.50. You can also opt for free personal collection from the Bukit Batok office or pay S$3.50 for the standard courier service.

7: Topazzete

Topazzete has a hugely diverse collection of outfits that aren’t focused on one particular style. Although purists may differ, this diversity is undoubtedly advantageous to shoppers because of the convenience of shopping at one store.

Similar to most blogshops in Singapore, Topazzete sells its clothes at a reasonable price. The average cost for tops is S$16, whereas the dresses go for an average of S$23. 

The most significant disadvantage is the lack of free shipping. Normal mail charges stand at S$2, and the standard courier costs S$3.50 and the most expensive option, express couriers, is available for S$8. The company compensates for the lack of free deliveries by offering a 10% discount on the first order if you subscribe to their mailing list.

8: Love Bonito

Love Bonito is among the most established brands in the Singapore online shopping industry. It is costlier to shop on Love Bonito as compared to other blogshops, but the high quality of their products justifies the higher costs. Basic outfits go for S$30 upwards. The majority of items range between S$30 and S$50. The premium range costs more, with some outfits going for more than S$70.

The most exciting feature of Love Bonito is that they offer free shipping. You can, however, pay S$3. 50 if you want your package to arrive as soon as possible. New customers who sign up for the company’s mailing list get S$5 off their first order.

 9: Fayth

Fayth offers product intended for the young female population in Singapore. The majority of products in their collection are sundresses, lace, and pastel floral prints.

Most items go for S$30 to S$50. The cheapest top goes for S$18, and the most affordable dress costs S$31. The standard courier charges a flat rate of S$2.50 for all orders.  Unlike its peers, Fayth doesn’t offer a discount for subscribing to their emails.

10: Love and Bravery

Love n Bravery features a vast collection of jumpsuits, mid dresses, and modest necklines. It is evident that their target audience isn’t party-going millennials.

In addition to the outfits mentioned above, Love and Bravery offer clothes suitable for family weekend outs.  Indeed, they have a wide range of items under this category.

The price ranges are S$18 to S$36 and S$25 to S55 for tops and dresses, respectively. The standard curies charge a flat S$2.80 for all shipping orders.  If you buy items worth S$120 or more, you don’t have to incur the delivery charges. You can also pick up the items from Love and Bravery physical shops.

11: The Closet Lover

 

The Closet Lover stands out because it conducts sales regularly and also offers substantial discounts to its clients.

On regular days, the price range for tops falls between S$20 and S$50, while dresses go for S$30 to S$75. The bottoms usually range between S$23 and S$55. This, however, changes during the sales season.  At this time, prices are slashed for as much as 70%. You also get a 10% discount for subscribing to the mailing list.

All regular orders worth S$100 or more are eligible for free shipping. Other orders (sales orders and those below S$100) attract a standard courier fee that ranges from S$2 to S$4 per piece. The express courier will cost you S$5.

12: Carrislabelle

Although online shopping in Singapore has significantly improved over the years, Carrislabelle still maintains the outlook of first-generation blogshops.  Most of the items in their collection have open-back designs and other dated styles.

Usually, tops go for S$21 to S$28, whereas dresses go for S$23 to S$55. During the sales period, the store offers massive discounts, with dresses starting from S$10 and tops going at throwaway prices.

13: The Tinsel Rack

The Tinsel Rack fronts itself as the maker of happy clothes. Their collection is primarily focused on young women in Singapore. Tops go for a maximum of S$31, and the most expensive dress will require you to part ways with S$53.

A standard courier charge of S$2.50 applies for all orders below S$100, for which you get free delivery. Customers who subscribe to the company’s mailing list receive a notable 15% discount off their orders.

14: MDS Collections

MDS Collections has grown over their years and now have a presence in major shopping malls across Singapore. Their pricing is rather expensive when compared to other blogshops. Tops go for S$24 to S$48, while dresses go for S$28 to S$90.  You might even pay more if your desired item falls under the premium category.

However, you can significantly reduce your expenses in this shop by joining their subscription plan.  As of now, three are three plans; Solo, Duo, and Ensemble. Solo has one credit and costs S$29.90. Due has two credits and goes for S$49.90. Ensemble has four credits and goes for S$99.90. 

Each credit is redeemable for 1 item, provided it doesn’t fall under the premium category. This means that Ensemble gets you four items, with each going for S$25. Subscriptions are monthly, and you can join or cancel at your volition.

Another advantage of subscribing is that you get a 20% discount on all other items. The express courier charges S$3.99 for shipping. You will not incur any cost if you opt to collect the items in person.

15: Runway Bandits

Runway Bandits uses a unique approach in its marketing campaign. Unlike other blogshops in Singapore, the store uses locals to advertise rather than exotic Instagram models.

Most of the items on offer have fair pricing; nothing goes for less than S$20, and only a few things cost more than S$40. Tops go for S$26 to S$36 and dresses cost between S$30 and S$46.

Both Ninja Collect and S the standard courier charge S$2.50 for deliveries, while the express courier costs S$4. You can further save money by joining the mailing list which guarantees a 10% discount off your first order.

16: Intoxiquette

 

The company’s own INTQ label manufactures a sizeable portion of the items sold by Intoxiqueete. Nevertheless, the products have pocket-friendly prices, with tops ranging between S$28 and S$36 and dresses going for S$30 to S$55.

The primary method of shipping on Intoxiquette is Singpost mail – normal mail costs S$1.50 upwards (depending on the size of your package) and registered mails will cost an additional S$2.25.  There is also a provision for using the express courier that costs S$8.

17: Modparade

Modparade is a typical old school e-commerce platform. Their collection mainly consists of vintage products targeting people who want to make bold fashion statements.

The pricing is reasonable, with tops costing S$29 to S$32 and dresses going for S$32 to S$49. You also get a 15% discount upon subscribing to the mailing list.

If you spend less than S$50, you will pay S$3 to get a delivery via the standard courier. Otherwise, the company will not charge you to deliver the product to your location. 

18: Ellysage

Ellysage targets high-end shoppers in the country. Some of the dresses cost as much as S$100. Most of their clothes are in a plain color, but it is the simplicity that brings out their elegance.

Normal shipping is free but if you opt to use a registered courier, you will pay S$3 for all orders below S$100.

19: LeChic

 

LeChic has an abundance of fashion items, mainly dresses, intended for the youthful females in Singapore. Their best-selling products are the midi dresses that go for S$34.

Shipping is available through standard and express couriers, it all depends on the urgency of the delivery.

20: Lilypirates

Lilypirates offers a diverse collection of clothes, including both plan and multi-colored outfits. The majority of their offerings are in the medium price range, costing between S$30 and S$50.

There are three modes of delivery namely self-collection, standard courier, and express courier.

21: NeonMello

NeonMello offers outfits that have a floral top and a plain skirt. Also, most of their products have a keyhole neckline. The pricing is as modest as you would expect in most blogshops in Singapore. Dresses go for S$30 to S$57.

Although shipping is mostly done through courier service companies.

22: Rainbow Diaries

RainbowDiaries Page and Blog Media Website is a natural progression of our social media adventures – created to explore the whole new and enchanting world of social media. Parenting, lifestyle, food blog, Events, Writing and community site. 

Email: [email protected]


Online and Offline Marketing Tips for Blogshops in Singapore

To run a successful business in Singapore, you will need to have a strong online presence alongside your brick and mortar store. However, with growing competition in the modern business era, we have prepared for you ingenious ways to market your blog shop.

Email Marketing

Email marketing is by far one of the most powerful marketing strategies that you can use to convey information about your products to customers. On the site, include a section that allows existing clients and prospects to subscribe to weekly or monthly newsletters. Record all the emails and use them to market your products. Be sure not to bombard customers with countless and irrelevant emails lest they highlight them as spam. Too many emails could also paint a negative image of your business.

Social Media Marketing

Facebook remains one of the most popular social networking sites, and there are at least 4.6 million users in Singapore. Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest also attract a huge following as well. On average, Singaporeans spend as much as 2 hours and 16 minutes on various social media platforms, and this presents the perfect opportunity to market your blog shop.

With that said, there is more to Singapore social media marketing than making posts. You need to invest in paid ads, boosting posts, and analysing the data from the metrics to create buyer personas.

Millennials make up the majority of social media users today in Singapore and the world over. They are the most populous, and they are bound to be the biggest spenders in the near future. When done right, social media marketing will ensure that you reach out to your target audience for increased brand awareness and engagement.

Run Online Contests

Contests are a great way to improve customer trust and increase brand engagement as long as there is an irresistible prize. You can run contests on social media, which will increase organic traffic and following as well as offline.

Stick to the following rules to run a successful contest that will appeal to both the existing and potential customers

  • Establish clear rules and guidelines for your promotion
  • The contest should be free to enter
  • Accept all valid entries
  • The winner should be chosen at random
  • You must award the prise

You can also run the contests offline in places with high foot traffic to increase awareness of your brick and mortar store. The bottom line here is to appeal to as many people as possible to increase interest in your brand and sales.

Create Compelling SEO Content

Statistics show that 8 out of 10 people turn to the internet to find information about products before making a purchase. Their first stop is Google or any other search engine, and for this reason, you need to invest in creating search engine optimised content.

This will help you to rank higher for your preferred keywords, location, and product offering. However, SEO trends keep on changing alongside the search engine algorithms, and so it is better to hire with a professional SEO copywriter or digital marketing agency.

However, the SEO content should create value to your existing and potential customers as well as relevant to your brand. This will go a long way into getting other websites in your niche to linking to the content, which will improve your overall search engine results page ranking (SERPs).

Paid Advertising

Advertising is a crucial aspect of running a successful business today, but the costs can run into millions of dollars, especially with traditional advertising.

However, thanks to online paid advertising such as pay per click (PPC), you can reach out to your audience at a much lower expense. The beauty of PPC and other forms of paid advertising on social media platforms is that you only pay when a user clicks on the ad.

What this means is that even if you do not rank for your preferred keywords, you will still appear on the first page. This will increase your click-through rates and traffic to your blog shop.

With that said, you should be wary of click fraud, which is where your competitors click on your ads with the intent of diminishing your daily or monthly budget. Digital marketing agencies in Singapore have devised a variety of software that will detect click fraud.

Influencer Marketing

Singaporeans visit social networking sites more frequently than other websites and blogs. Influencers are people with a huge following on their blogs or social networking accounts that can help you increase your brand awareness.

However, you need to choose influencers that will bring in results for your brand. Influencers are not restricted to social networking platforms, but also blogs and YouTube. For example, you could choose to sponsor a video on YouTube with a link to your blog shop.

Use Flyers

Many businesses are giving too much focus on digital marketing that they forgot about creating a physical presence for their brand. Singapore has one of the biggest printing businesses in the Southeast Asia region, and this means that you can get a good deal for printing and designing flyers.

You can hand out the flyers in high foot traffic areas such as the mall, bus stop, concerts, festival, and more. All you need is a professional graphic designer who can give you a good designing and printing deal.

You should include all the information about your blog shop on the flyer, right from the physical location, e-commerce site, as well as social media accounts. This easy marketing campaign will attract more customers without breaking your marketing budget.

Since the flyers are easy to carry around, you can keep some in your bag or car and distribute them randomly at trade fairs, networking events, expos, and more.

Content Marketing

Most people associate content marketing with blogs, social networking platforms, YouTube, not knowing that the concept has been around longer than the internet. Content marketing is all about telling stories and humans will gravitate towards the brand telling the most captivating and believable story.

All you need is compelling content and a long–term strategy to extend value to your customers. The goal is to increase brand loyalty from your customers, and the chances are that they will recommend it to other people. Compared to one-off advertising, content marketing shows that you care about the customers.

Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is a performance-based marketing approach where you use other people or businesses to direct traffic to your site or store to make a purchase. Since affiliate marketing uses the ‘pay per performance’ model, you can drastically cut back on your marketing expenses.

The advantage of this marketing approach is that you will receive increased brand visibility given that over 90% of Singaporeans access the internet daily. With that said, you need to use the most suitable affiliate marketers, especially for online affiliate marketing.

Conclusion

Many blog shops in the past have failed due to the lack of client confidence, unreasonable prices, lack of uniqueness, as well as lack of combining both offline and online marketing. With the above offline and online marketing tactics for blog shops in Singapore, you will be in a position to grow your brand.

As mentioned earlier, online shopping is taking over the retail industry in Singapore. This trend will certainly continue, especially if the rate at which they are connecting to the internet remains.

In response to this development, blogshops are continuously upgrading their features to provide a seamless trading experience to the users. Examples of updated including adding the latest fashion items to their collections, improving their websites and most importantly ensuring that they maintain their affordable pricing model, which is by far their most appealing characteristic.

Our web design Singapore team can create custom blogshops for your brand at a competitive rate. Get in touch for a free quote. 

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What do women want?

The average woman desires to dress in designer clothes and accessories but, is usually restrained by the insane price of most fashion brands out there. If she is a woman responsible for catering for her family, the stakes become even higher because she has to work with stricter budgets. This is where Best Blogshops Singapore comes to the rescue.

To make the scenario even more challenging, many women, including Singaporean women, are afraid of shopping online for great deals because they can’t be too sure of what they are getting until they receive their order. As such, women tend to oscillate between online shopping and visiting physical stores, malls, and fashion houses to purchase their desired items.

While the fears about online shopping are relatable because duh! there are both sincere and fraudulent people out there trying to make money. However, there are lots of great blogshops in Singapore that offer great styles and deals too.

Apart from being quick and efficient, a blogshop is the most convenient and easiest option for a working woman with little time to shop on her hands. Also, it’s 2021, the Post-Covid 19 year where many countries are still on lockdown or have limited movement. As such, online shopping is your best bet for shopping safely.

To make your search and choice-making easier, we have compiled a list of top 40 blogshops in Singapore where you can have a taste of both class and affordability. You will agree that 40 is a lot of options and now, you have little excuse for not pulling out your credit card to shop online. Now, let’s dive right into these blogshop options.

1. A for Arcade – Blogshops In Singapore

If you are in need of unique styles that aren’t only fun but also exciting, Arcade should be your go-to blogshop. For up-to-date trendy styles such as their Ceci Lace Tops for women or unisex Ashton Straight Cut Dungarees in Navy, Arcade has so many timeless and affordable styles of clothing for you to explore.

Another great thing about the Arcade blogshop is that their Korean-inspired fashion for men and women is just as comfortable as they are sleek. A cherry on top for you when you shop on Arcade is that they offer gift cards that you can give to your loved ones who want to experience fun shopping too.

  • Product Price Range: $20.00 – $59.00
  • Self-collection: Available at Macpherson on Tuesdays and Fridays. Acknowledgment email required
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery takes 1-3 working days and costs $2.50, Ninja collect delivery takes 1-2 working days and costs $2.50, while Express courier takes 1-2 working days and costs $4.50.
  • Discount Code: You get 5% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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2. All Would Envy – Blogshops In Singapore

It is easy to envy something spectacular as a well-designed piece of clothing and that is an example of the kind of feeling an ‘All Would Envy’ design arouses in people.

Apart from its suitability for men, women, young and old, the All Would Envy designs are very much affordable and so, just about anyone can purchase some of their unique print designs such as the Bloom and Paradise. You also get a discount for signing up to their mailing list.

With these amazing offers, how can you not be in AWE of this blogshop?

  • Price Range: $9.90 – $55.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-3 working days and costs $3.00, while free delivery starts from orders of $60 and above.
  • Self-collection: Currently not available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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3. Anticlockwise – Blogshops In Singapore

When some people think of fashion, they get a flamboyant, elegant, and stereotyped image in their heads. While fashion involves elegance and sometimes, flamboyance, fashion should also be comfortable with style. As such, Anticlockwise is a blogshop that has a range of classy yet trendy clothes for work and play. From their ‘Basics’ print to their in-house ‘Made By ACW’ wears, you can get the affordable luxury that promises comfort.

  • Price Range: $28.80 – $42.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier (Free, 1 – 4 working days), Express courier ($3.00, 1 – 2 working days)
  • Self-collection: Available within 1-2 working days. No tracking is available and to be picked up at the showroom. Local Express order takes 1-2 working days and costs $3.80.
  • Discount Code: Get 10% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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4. Carrislabelle – Blogshops In Singapore

One thing many women are concerned about when it comes to choosing the perfect dress or outfit is getting a perfect size. For bodycon dresses, the stakes are even higher because a slight miscalculation can result in discomfort. Carrislabelle stocks up on comfortable non-fussy designs that are classy yet affordable. With their range of bodycon dresses, bra, and sleepwear collections, your outdoor, clubbing, and basic needs are covered.

 

  • Price Range: $9.90 – $38.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 2-3 working days and costs $5.00 while normal mail by Singpost is free with no tracking.
  • Self-collection: Unavailable
  • Discount Code/Sales: Carrislabelle is currently holding mouth-watering sales on different wears and designs on their website.

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5. Ellysage

Ellysage is a Singapore brand with a focus on creating trendy and relevant pieces of clothes for modern women. They are precise about the fabrics and designs they use to create their unique items. They create their items in-house and with absolute care too. What you get with Ellysage is an everyday collection of outfits that makes choosing what to wear easier.

  • Price Range: $48.00 – $90.00
  • Delivery Fees: Registered courier takes 1-2 working days and costs $3. Normal postage is free with no tracking but takes 2-5 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available at their office at 21 Bukit Batok Crescent, Wcega Tower, #12-74, Singapore 658065 during their regular hours (11:00 am-5:00 pm), Mondays to Fridays, except holidays.

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6. Faire Belle

Faire Belle empowers the woman who wants to look and feel beautiful and stunning. With the variety of attractive colors and prints on their website, you should have no difficulty picking the right outfit for work, dinner, or hangouts. They also provide gift cards if you wish to extend the opportunity to your loved ones.

  • Price Range: S$19.90 – S$19.90
  • Delivery Fees: Registered courier (SimplyDo) takes 1-3 working days and costs $2.50, while free shipping starts from orders of $60 and above.
  • Self-collection: Currently not available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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7

. Fash Mob

You could say Fash Mob means fashion for the streets. However, this blogshop offers a sophisticated version of street fashion that enables women and girls of different social classes and ages to easily love whatever new design the store has in stock.

  • Price Range: S$12.00 – S$61.50
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier is free but takes 1-4 working days, while Express courier takes 1-2 working days and costs S$3.00.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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8. Fayth

The Fayth label is all about making a fashion statement that is both stylish and modern. The best thing about this blogshop is that they offer trendy designs that are made in-house with high-quality fabrics. With their exquisite single dresses and mommy and me paired pieces of clothing, you will find this blogshop irresistible.

  • Price Range: S$15.90 – S$62.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-3 working days and costs $2.50, while free delivery starts with orders of $120 and above.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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9. Fly Me To Paris

Every girl boss deserves to dress in a way that fits the image she is trying to portray, be it at work or during leisure times. You don’t need to fly to Paris when Fly Me To Paris has a collection of intricate and beautiful designs for you to shop right at home in Singapore.

  • Price Range: S$15.90 – S$62.90
  • Delivery Fees: Registered courier takes 2-3 working days and costs $2.24, while Normal mail is free but takes 3-5 working days. You get free delivery when you purchase orders above $120.
  • Self-collection: Not available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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10. Hervelvetvase (HVV)

Are you planning your holiday, a Girls’ Night Out, a date, or a day at the park or the beach? Her Velvet Vase has various designs that cater specifically to stylish comfort. There is no doubt you will feel girly and beautiful in any of the HVV outfits.

  • Price Range: S$15.90 – S$62.90
  • Delivery Fees: Registered courier takes 2-3 working days and cost $2.24, while Normal mail is free but takes 3-5 working days. You get free delivery when you purchase orders above $120.
  • Self-collection: Not available
  • Discount Code: HVV has a few credit card promotions with codes you can access on this page.

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11. Hollyhoque

Hollyhoque signifies the strength of a hollyhock flower which looks delicate yet thrives in the worst weather conditions. As such, the Hollyhoque brand makes use of quality materials, curated from different regions to produce beautiful designs that inspire the women who wear them.

  • Price Range: S$5.00 – S$50.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-4 working days and costs $3.00, while Express courier delivery takes 1-3 working days. You get free delivery when you purchase orders above $120.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get a $10 shopping voucher when you purchase a minimum of $80 or up to 70% markdowns during sales on their website.

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12. Intoxiquette

Of all the things that Intoxiquette boasts of, their customer care service is at the top of their list. It is one thing to have access to a range of beautiful quality apparel and accessories but, it is another thing to have a good customer care service to make your purchase process go smoothly. If you are as particular about good customer care services as you are about the great affordable products, this blogshop is for you.

  • Price Range: S$14.90 – S$59.90
  • Delivery Fees: Delivery within Singapore, especially on the Island, is free but takes 2 workings days. Registered courier delivery depends on the third-party service (SingPost) you use when you buy from Intoxiquette.
  • Self-collection: Not available
  • Discount Code: You get exclusive information about sales, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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13. Klarra

A Klarra girl is classy without bending to the pressure of current fashion trends because Klarra gives her the courage to be extraordinary even in a seemingly simple-looking outfit. From unique single-sleeved tops to knee-length exquisite dresses and comfy sandals, Klarra is the ideal blogshop for every woman.

  • Price Range: S$50.00 – S$129.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier is free for orders above S$50 and takes 2-3 working days. Orders above that cost $5.00. Express courier delivery is within 1-2 working days and costs $18.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get exclusive information about sales, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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14. Knotwear

Knotwear is the brand for you if you are passionate about environmental sustainability as they use high-quality recyclable materials. The goal of Knotwear is to make their ladies comfortable and trendy without ripping apart their bank accounts. For example, you can get a pair of earrings for less than S$7.

  • Price Range: S$6.90 – S$49.00
  • Delivery Fees: You get free delivery when you purchase orders above S$70 while those less than that come with complimentary trackable delivery mode through Singpost.
  • Self-collection: Not available
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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15. LBR Label

If you are all about sweet and alluring, then the LBR (Last Bus Ride) Label might be your best stop. This blogshop stocks up on casual, fun, and corporate workwear suitable for women of different sizes and ages.

  • Price Range: S$11.90 – S$45.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 2-4 working days and costs $3.50.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get one off 10% discount offer when you use the code “FB10” via their website.

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16. LeChic

LeChic pronounced luh-sheek has been around for a while and while they provide affordable apparel and accessories, they also ensure to maintain exclusivity for their customers. So, if you want to look chic in everyday wear and still have some money left after shopping, visit LeChic.

  • Price Range: S$9.97 – S$47.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-3 working days at a fixed flat fee.
  • Self-collection: Unavailable
  • Discount Code: You get exclusive information about sales, discount codes incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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17. Lilypirates

Lilypirates promises three things: chic styles that turn heads, sweet styles that make men fall in love, and daring designs that announce you as the boss. If you are up to any of these challenges, go for it and shop on their blogshop.

  • Price Range: S$8.80 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-3 working days at a fixed flat fee of $2.50.
  • Self-collection: Available based on the dates the store sets on their website.
  • Discount Code:: You get 10% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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18. Love & Bravery

If you are a shop all-in-one spot person, this blogshop is for you. With a variety of outfits, shoes, bags, and other accessories, Love & Bravery will give you value for your money with no stress.

  • Price Range: S$9.97 – S$42.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier takes 1-2 working days and costs 2.80.
  • Self-collection: Available
  • Discount Code: You get exclusive information about sales, discount codes incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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19. Love Bonito

When talking of the Crème de la Crème of all things fashion, Love Bonito takes the lead. Making a fashion statement doesn’t get any easier with their various jumpsuit and pantsuit designs, pretty girl rompers, and elegant dresses making you feel absolutely gorgeous.

  • Price Range: S$16.90 – S$109.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier is free but takes 3-5 working days, Express delivery takes 2-3 working days and costs S$3.50, while pickup from Popup station is also free but takes 3-5 working days also.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code:: You get 5% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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20. MDS Collections

The MDS Collections is one of the largest online fashion retail businesses that has been thriving for a long time now. Its unique subscription model is what sets it apart from other blogshops of its kind. With S$29.90 (standard rate) or S$49.90 (premium subscription) monthly, you can shop for any of their quality and beautiful designs.

  • Price Range: S$23.90 – S$79.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier is free, Express delivery takes 1-3 working days and costs S$3.99, while Park ‘N’ Parcel delivery takes 1-3 working days and costs S$2.99.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: Use the codes <20OFF2CNY21> to get 20% off purchase of two items or <30OFF2CNY21> for 30% off three items.

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21. MGP (Millennial Girl Power)

This blogshop originally started out to empower millennial women with outstanding outfits that will make them not only blend in with the trend but also stand out whenever they choose. Their collection includes casual wear, wedding, and work outfits.

  • Price Range: US$13.52 – US$40.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery is free for orders of S$100 and above but takes 1-3 working days, while Express courier delivery is free for orders of S$150 and above but takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code You get exclusive information about sales, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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22. Mod Parade

The modern woman needs a brand that understands her fashion needs and Mod Parade fits the description to a tee. With longstanding integrity for offering the best outfits, this Singapore-based brand promises the best deals.

  • Price Range: US$10.90 – US$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery is $3 and takes 1-3 working days, while orders above S$50 are free.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code You get exclusive information about sales, discounts on first orders, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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23. NeonMello

Have you been struggling with putting together the right styles that would suit you the most? The diverse style inspiration and designs on NeonMello make styling a piece of cake thing to do. From rompers to lace and ombre designs, you can’t go out of inspiration for workdays or fun outings.

  • Price Range: S$5.45 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Doorstep delivery takes 1-3 working days and costs S$2.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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24. Ohvola

Ohvola stocks the best kinds of dresses that help to distinguish you in any crowd. The brand places emphasis on elegant styling and attention to details that make its pieces irresistible to every lady.

  • Price Range: S$14.90 – S$79.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery takes 2-4 working days and costs S$2, while Express courier costs S$4.50 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code:: You get 10% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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25. Playdress

Playdress is the home of smart casual wear and although the brand is still relatively new in the Asian fashion industry, it has some of the nicest collections. From rompers to jumpsuits to dresses, you may just find your next best outfit on the Playdress blogshop.

  • Price Range: S$14.90 – S$79.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery is free but takes 5-7 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get exclusive information about sales, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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26. Runway Bandits

The modern-day woman is sometimes on the run and busy with too much to concern herself with selecting outfits with delicate designs. Hence, she needs an easy style more often than not and this convenient style is what Runway Bandits offers. With timeless classy designs, the modern woman is without the fear of looking shabby despite being busy.

  • Price Range: S$10.00-S$49.00
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery takes 1-2 working days and costs S$2.50, while Express courier costs S$4.00 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code:: You get 10% off your first order when you subscribe to their mailing list through their website.

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27. Shop Sassy Dreams

If casual wear had a face, it would be Shop Sassy Dreams would be it. This blogshops has a lot of casual wear suitable for fun times and hangouts or for simply unwinding after a long day at work. Their items are also quite affordable, making them accessible for different classes of women.

  • Price Range: S$10.50 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier delivery is S$2.50 and takes 1-3 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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28. SuperGurl

If being different is your kind of normal, SuperGurl should be your regular shopping site. With the various uncommon and edgy styles and designs, you are sure to get something unique yet affordable out of each deal.

  • Price Range: S$10.50 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Doorstep courier costs S$2.80, while complimentary delivery is available for orders above S$100
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 5% off your first order and weekly exclusive information when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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29. The Closet Lover

The Closer Lover is best known for its indiscrimination for different sizes of people. It doesn’t matter if you are a plus size or petite, you will most likely find that jeans size you’ve been looking for on other blogshops. They have different print designs for cami tops, floral dresses, stylish bottoms and they are mostly affordable.

  • Price Range: S$6.50 – S$74.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier costs S$2.00, while Express courier delivery costs S$5.00.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off your first order and weekly exclusive information when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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30. The Editors Market

Fashion transcends current times but fashion trends change. In a bid to help sustain fashion pieces you love without allowing new fashion trends to make your best outfits go out of style, The Editors Market creates pieces that will remain relevant even if new trends emerge.

  • Price Range: S$19.90 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Express courier delivery is free and takes 1-3 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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31. The Fleur Label

One of the top-selling points of The Fleur Label is their consistency in introducing new fashion pieces on a weekly basis, making it easier for you to shop for different beautiful choices. Another thing they have in their favor is how affordable their designs are and so, shopping for your next one-piece suit or lacy top can be both fun and cost-effective.

  • Price Range: S$19.90 – S$49.90
  • Delivery Fees: Doorstep delivery costs S$2.50 and takes 1-3 working days and you get free delivery when you buy items worth S$80 and above.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off new arrivals when you shop on their website.

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32. The Stage Walk

It is always a delight shopping on The Stage Walk because there is always something new in the store every fortnight and also, they provide suitable accessories to go with whatever clothing item you pick. The best part is the average woman can afford their clothes and accessories.

  • Price Range: S$19.90 – S$45.90
  • Delivery Fees: Doorstep delivery costs S$2.00 and takes 1-3 working days and you get free delivery when you buy items worth S$100 and above.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off your first purchase when you shop through their website.

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33. The Sunday Avenue

For sunny and refreshing feminine vibes, The Sunday Avenue is your g0-to fashion store. You get to choose from myriads of tropical-inspired outfits, boho designs, and enticing flowing dresses, most of which are at reasonable prices.

  • Price Range: S$19.90 – S$45.90
  • Delivery Fees: Registered courier delivery costs S$2.50 and takes 1-3 working days. You get free delivery when you buy items above S$120.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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34. The Thread Theory

The Thread Theory knows their stuff and this truth is evident in reviews by people who buy and wear their elegant and sophisticated outfits. This blogshop is where you should head to if you just received the honor of being a bridesmaid to a friend or if you want to switch up your work or fun wardrobe.

  • Price Range: S$5.00– S$69.90
  • Delivery Fees: Doorstep delivery costs S$3.50 and takes 2-4 working days. Express delivery costs S$7 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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35. The Tinsel Rack

The home of happy and vibrant colors, The Tinsel Rack is a blogshop you will want to return to after your first happy purchase. Shop for beautiful jumpsuits, unique kimono designs, strappy gowns, and other styles that are worth the reasonable price you’ll spend.

  • Price Range: S$15.o– S$55.90
  • Delivery Fees: Express courier costs S$3.50 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 15% when you signup for their mailing list through their website.

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36. The Velvet Dolls

For about 10 years now, The Velvet Dolls blogshop has been serving its customers with cutting-edge designs suitable for work, fun, or weddings. From off-the-shoulder dresses to cute simple gowns and two-pieces, this blogshop has a lot to offer to the lady who wants to look and feel beautiful.

  • Price Range: S$15.o– S$59.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier costs S$3.50 and takes 3-5 working days. Free delivery for orders over S$80
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% when you signup for their mailing list through their website.

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37. The Willow Label

If you are particular about quality clothes just as you are about their aesthetics, The Wilow Label is the right place for you. From their name alone, you can guess that their items are elegant and classic and, these qualifications fit the pieces they add to their collections weekly.

  • Price Range: S$15.00-S$46.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier costs S$3.00 and takes 2-5 working days. Express courier service costs S$4.00 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You have access to The Willow Label member’s rewards when you sign up to their mailing list through their website.

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38. Topazette

Topazette is where you should visit if you are looking for a wide range of choices for you and your kids. They collect pieces of clothes that are perfect for different occasions; both formal and informal. Some of their lingerie and bridesmaid wear are particularly enticing and pleasing to the eyes of all who will behold you in them.

  • Price Range: S$15.90-S$51.90
  • Delivery Fees: Standard courier costs S$2.90 and takes 2-5 working days. Express courier service costs S$5.00 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get 10% off your first order when you sign up to their mailing list through their website.

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39. Wardrobemess

The main goal of Wardrobemess is to bring comfort to every woman even in their stylish pieces. On Wardrobemess blogshop, you will see comfy yet trendy cardigans, knitwear, and various other pieces of clothing you can easily mix and match.

  • Price Range: S$4.90-S$39.90
  • Delivery Fees: Normal mail costs S$1.15 and takes 5-7 working days. Express courier service costs S$3.50 and takes 1-2 working days.
  • Self-collection: Available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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40. Young Hungry Free

Young Hungry Free lives up to its name by always serving its customers with a steady stream of sassy, trendy, and rare pieces for the woman who wants to stay and feel young forever. Shop for stylish slouchy tops and blazers, sexy shorts, and unique colors on this amazing blogshop.

  • Price Range: S$15.90-S59.90
  • Delivery Fees: Complimentary free courier delivery is available on every order with a Singapore address.
  • Self-collection: Not available.
  • Discount Code: You get weekly exclusive information about promotions, incoming designs, and more when you sign up for their mailing list through their website.

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 10 BLOGSHOPS FOR 2020!

Blogshops in Singapore have come a long way. From the Livejournals and Blogspots to today’s fully built and easy to navigate websites with quality pictures.

Most women use to doubt online shopping due to the uncertainty of the clothes’ sizes and quality. Will it fit me? Will I look good?

However, today in 2020, online blogshops have become one of the most popular and convenient platforms for working women and even students to upgrade their closets.

With CNY coming, online shopping helps tremendously by saving ladies time and effort.

Besides, the quality of blogshop clothes has improved greatly over the years. Most have retail stores for customers to try on their clothes as well.

Whether you’re looking for CNY outfit to wow your friends and family, casual wear, workwears or bridesmaid outfits in Singapore at affordable price tags.

So, get your wallet or credit cards ready. It’s 2020, here’s 10 reasonably priced blogshops in Singapore to shop from, for any occasion you may have.

1. FASH MOB

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Started by two sisters, Rach and Shar, Fash Mob is an online blogshop that has expanded rapidly in recent years. They carry modern, fashionable and unique pieces that are sure to impress your friends and family.

Dresses and apparels from Fash Mob are special as they are all exclusively manufactured in-house. Expect crochet midi dresses, eyelet cheongsams, gorgeous jumpsuits, trendy playsuits and sophisticated maxi dresses.

One will not be able to find similar pieces elsewhere. Each piece of clothing is of good quality and wearability as well!

Price Range: $12.00 – $61.50

Delivery Fees: Standard courier (Free, 1 – 4 working days), Express courier ($3.00, 1 – 2 working days)

Self-collection: Available

Retail Shops: 1) Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, #B1-18. Singapore 238839. 2) FUNAN, 107 North Bridge Road, #02-12. Singapore 179105.

Discount Code: Subscribe to their mailing list for 10 per cent off.

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2. THE THREAD THEORY

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7Ip_t7phr9/

The Thread Theory is an online blogshop based in Singapore that manufactures their own designs as well. What makes this blogshop stand out for the others is that they carry many dresses suitable for bridesmaids, weddings, formal occasions, dates and work.

All of the pieces are elegant and romantic. Based on online reviews, clothes from The Thread Theory are of good quality and comfort. Many have worn dresses from The Thread Theory for their weddings, company events as well as their bridesmaids duty!

Expect rompers, pleated maxi dresses, lovely off-shoulder dresses, gorgeous gowns, eye-catching dresses and beautifully refined skirts.

Price Range: $15.00 – $69.90

Delivery Fees: Standard courier ($3.50, 2 – 4 working days), Express courier ($7.00, 1 – 2 working days)

Self-collection: Available

Discount Code: Not available

Website

3. CARRISLABELLE

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This blogshop carries a wide range of apparels from dresses to swimwear. Most of the items are at affordable prices and a wide range of colours are available.

For Carrislabelle, most of their clothes are bodycon or of straightforward basic designs. Clubbers can probably find their next outfit here while ladies who want to flaunt their curves can find attractive dresses on this site.

As compared to the other blogshops, this online apparel store still carries a tinge of the blogshops’ old Livejournal days as well as clothes from Singapore’s famous Bugis Street. That aside, they do have a wide variety of colours and designs for shoppers to choose.

Price Range: $9.90 – $38.00

Delivery Fees: Normal mail by Singpost (Free, no tracking), Standard courier ($5.00, 2 – 3 working days)

Self-collection: Unavailable

Website

4. THE EDITOR’S MARKET

https://www.instagram.com/p/B6fTKlqnGzQ/

There’s just a special vibe or style of the clothes by The Editor’s Market. Usually minimalistic and modern, pieces by The Editor’s Market can be worn for almost any occasion.

They aim to create versatile and timeless pieces that can last beyond seasonal trends. Doing their part for the environment, The Editor’s Market has been making some of their apparels using more sustainable fabrics like linen and lyocell.

The Editor’s Market has many outlets in Singapore for shoppers to try and they are usually priced in their special “1-piece”, “2-pieces” and “3-pieces” price system. To get the best price, share with your friends or other shoppers to make one large purchase.

Price Range: $19.00 – $49.00

Delivery Fees: Express courier (Free, 1 – 3 working days)

Self-collection: Available

Retail Shops: 1) [email protected], 313 Orchard Road, #03-01 to 08. Singapore 238895. 2) BUGIS+, 201 Victoria Street, #01-04. Singapore 188067. 3) Wheelock Place, 501 Orchard Road, #B2-09/10. Singapore 238880. 4) Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road, #03-04. Singapore 239695. 5) Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive, #02-46. Singapore 608532. 6) Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, #02-15/16. Singapore 529536.

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5. THE TINSEL RACK

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Known as the happy clothes maker, TTR (The Tinsel Rack) carries clothes that give off sunshine vibes!

Playing around with different colours, dresses by TTR often make ladies look good, feel good. It’s all about being happy and enjoying the best things in life.

The Tinsel Rack carries beautiful kimonos, pleated dresses, jumpsuits, strappy dresses and crop tops. If you are a fan of the colours periwinkle, sage green or maroon, do visit their site!

Price Range: $15.90 – $55.90

Delivery Fees: Express courier ($3.50, 1 – 2 working days)

Self-collection: Unavailable

Retail Shops: 1) Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, #02-11. Singapore 529536. 2) Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, #02-17A. Singapore 238858. 3) Suntec City North Wing, #01-467. Singapore 038983.

Discount Code: Subscribe to their mailing list for 15 per cent off.

Website

6. WARDROBEMESS

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx_PZ_GAoXI/

The main style of Wardrobemess is comfort and versatility. Many ladies face this common problem. We have many clothes but we still don’t know what to wear!

Founded in 2012, Wardrobemess offers essentials and easy-to-match clothes at affordable price tags!

Expect lots of cardigans, spag tops, knits, denim and well, comfortable clothing. Mix and match easily with Wardrobemess and spend less time getting ready. This could mean getting more beauty sleep in the morning!

Price Range: $4.90 – $39.90

Delivery Fees: Normal mail (From $1.15, 4 – 7 working days, no tracking), Express courier ($3.50, 1 – 2 working days) (Free delivery for orders > $60), 1-Hour delivery ($14.00)

Self-collection: Available, Oxley Bizhub, 67 Ubi Road, #08-06 Lobby 1. Singapore 408732. (Opening hours: 1PM to 8PM, do e-mail them before going)

Website 

7. OHVOLA

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7Pvyc7AXk7/

Carrying the attitude of poise and passion, dresses and clothes from Ohvola are often classy and elegant! If you are looking for something sophisticated this CNY or for any event, Ohvola is definitely a place you will not want to miss.

Most of the clothes are manufactured by Ohvola themselves. The shop takes pride in making clothes that are of good quality and comfort.

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On Ohvola’s site, you will be able to see sweet ruffles, cute pleats, elegant crochets and stylish denim. Most of their pieces are dresses. 

Price Range: $14.90 – $79.00

Delivery Fees: Standard courier ($2.00, 2 – 4 working days), Express courier ($4.50, 1 – 2 working days)

Self-collection: Available. Crocodile House, 3 Ubi Ave 3, #07-04. Singapore 408857 (Opening hours: Weekdays 11AM to 6PM).

Retail Shop: Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, #B1-05. Singapore 238858.

Discount Code: Subscribe to their mailing list for 10 per cent off.

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8. HER VELVET VASE

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HVV (Her Velvet Vase) aims to create memories and celebrate milestones with their customers. They pay great attention to the detail of their designs to make sure it suits the shoppers.

Most of HVV’s designs are sweet or classy, making their clothes suitable for dates, a nice girls night out or for holiday trips! However, they do carry single-coloured dresses and tops that make good workwear. 

Move with grace wearing HVV’s apparels and make heads turn.

Price Range: $9.00 – $56.00

Delivery Fees: Express courier ($3.00, 1 – 2 working days) (Free delivery for orders > $100), Same-day delivery ($6, 1pm cut-off time)

Self-collection: Available

Retail Shops: 1) Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, #03-41. Singapore 238839. 2) CityLink Mall, 1 Raffles Link, #B1-55. Singapore 039393.

Discount Code: DBS, POSB & UOB card promotions here.

Website

9. THE CLOSET LOVER

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7F-P0vBY5E/

The Closet Lover aims to bring forth fast fashion trends at affordable prices. The brand believes that every woman can express confidence through the way she dresses.

A unique selling point of The Closet Lover is their wide range of sizes available. For petite ladies who often face difficulty finding new clothes, do check out this blogshop. Sizes range from XXS (UK 2) to XL (UK 12). In Singapore, not many stores carry such small or large sizes.

Look out for lovely floral prints, elegant tops, stylish pants, casual jeans and good quality essentials such as cami tops! The brand often collabs with popular blogger dreachong as well.

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Price Range: $6.00 – $74.90

Delivery Fees: Standard courier ($2.00), Express courier ($5.00), Ninja collect ($2.00)

Self-collection: Unavailable

Retail Shops: 1) Bugis Junction, 200 Victoria Street, #01-02. Singapore 188021. 2) Raffles Xchange, 5 Raffles Place, #B1-57. Singapore 048618. 3) Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-49/50. Singapore 529536.

Discount Code: Subscribe to their mailing list for 10 per cent off.

Website

10. FAYTH

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7LUsr3BSYW/

One of the rising brands in Singapore, all of Fayth’s clothing are designed in-house and made with fabrics from all over the world. The brand wants its customers to look modern, stylish and sophisticated.

Most of their clothes are easy to wear and of high quality. Good quality fabrics are carefully chosen by Fayth so as to bring the greatest satisfaction for their customers.

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With cupcake layered dresses, intricate lace dresses, cute tie front dresses, stylish jumpsuits and comfortable swing dresses, one won’t be able to resist bringing a Fayth piece home!

Price Range: $15.90 – $52.90

Delivery Fees: Standard courier ($2.50, 1 – 3 working days) (Free delivery for orders > $120)

Self-collection: Unavailable

Retail Shops: 1) Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, #B1-03/03A. Singapore 238839. 2) CityLink Mall, 1 Raffles Link, #B1-57. Singapore 039393. 3) Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-23/24. Singapore 529536.

Website 

This article was first published on Money Kinetics. 

15 Most Popular Blogshops Affordable Fashion Pieces

The pandemic has surely changed the way businesses reach out to consumers. In fact, thirty-seven percent of Singaporean consumers have increased online shopping activities since the COVID-19 outbreak.  

Most of us may be forced to work or study from home, meet people less, and rethink our priorities, but, dressing up, feeling good about ourselves, and maintaining an optimistic lifestyle is still a vital force in living well. 

And with the unmatched convenience and safety of online shopping, blogshops have boomed, offering men and women of all styles, shapes, and occupations a wide range of clothing essentials in one place. 

 

Top 15 Affordable Blogshops in Singapore

From bridesmaid dresses to a comfortable work-from-home ensemble, blogshops in Singapore will always have something for modern consumers at pocket friendly prices. But, with this energized online shopping trend, where do we even begin? 

We have reviewed our favorite top blogshops in Singapore to come up with the best ones that cater to every individual style without hurting your budget.

 

  1. Love, Bonito

With more than 15 years since its conception, Love, Bonito is one of the most well-loved blogshops in Singapore that introduced fresh designs crafted with quality and thoughtfulness. 

With its strong #LBCommunity, this brand has grown so much with its wide range of collections for women of all styles. If you’re shopping for new clothes and accessories, from dainty pieces, maxi dresses, soft-structured tops, lingerie, day-to-night dresses, and even kids’ wear, Love, Bonito is a brand you can count on in your every life stage journey. 

Their products are available online and in multiple stores, including Vivo City and ION Orchard.

Price Range: $19 – $70

Delivery Fees: $3.50 (standard courier) 3-5 business days; $5 (express courier) 1-2 business days; self-Collection Available at the store

Promos: Get $5 off of your first order & earn 300 loyalty reward points for every referred friend

Website: Love, Bonito

 

  1. Fayth 

One of the brand’s successes is establishing a distinct Fayth appeal and aesthetic showcased in their everyday essentials that some of the blogshops in Singapore. Their well-made pieces include playfully colored dresses, comfortable shirts, flirty and sexy dresses, denim, accessories, and adorable mom-and-me twinning outfits. 

We also love how Fayth’s illustrated their own prints on their house-designed fabrics, creating a stronger identity and exclusivity that you can wear. From whimsical floral motif to expressive color strokes, it’s so easy to get enamoured with this brand’s unique statement. 

Price Range: $17 – $60

Delivery Fees:  Standard $2.50 (complimentary shipping for items above $60) 1- 3 business days. Self-collection available at the retail store 

Promos: Complimentary Shipping for New Arrival items in Singapore (above $60) and Malaysia (above $80)

Website: Fayth

 

  1. The Editor’s Market

This unconventional brand redefines what modern essentials are. Breaking away from the mainstream of fast fashion trends, The Editor’s Market boasts refined minimalist pieces made with sustainable materials crafted to weather the seasons. 

Our favorites include their effortlessly stylish linen dresses, crop top, soft-colored minimalist dresses, lyocell pants, monochromatic dresses, and puff sleeve blouses that you can rock at work or casually. They also design accessories and homewares, creating a statement that The Editor’s Market is more than just a brand; it’s a lifestyle. A unique selling point you won’t easily find in other blogshops. 

With multiple retail stores in 4 countries, TEM is one of the revolutionary blogshops in Singapore. 

Price Range:   $19 – $49

Delivery Fees: complimentary shipping (express courier via Ninjavan) 1-3 business days. Self collection available at the chosen retail store

Promos: Get your limited offer Editor’s Market Coupons via CouponBirds 

$10 in store credit rewards for every $200 purchase 

Website: The Editor’s Market

 

  1. The Thread Theory 

What makes this brand stand out among the many blogshops in Singapore is their elegant and romantic pieces that the house designs and manufactures. Garnering several positive reviews, The Thread Theory provides solutions for the modern woman searching for comfortable, well-fitting, and uniquely elegant clothing for special and formal occasions. 

The most notable ones are their refined wedding dresses and bridesmaid dresses that looked like they just came out of a romantic film. We also fell in love with their wide range of clothing, from kidswear to their comfortable workwear, such as blazers in popping colors. TTT’s retail shop at Leong Huat Building on Harper Rd. must be heaven. 

Price Range: $5 – $59

Delivery Fee: $3.50 (standard courier) 2-4 business days, $7 ( express courier ) 1-2 business days. Self collection available

Promos: Complimentary Shipping for purchases above $60

Website: The Thread Theory

 

  1. Fash Mob 

A Fash Mob Girl is effortlessly chic, sophisticated but with an edge. She knows how to put together the latest trend and wearability, so the look she carries is always modern without sacrificing individuality, character, and style. This is the vision of two sisters, Rach and Shar, who design and manufacture all their pieces, ensuring that the idea and the Fash Mob DNA shine in their range of timeless clothing pieces. 

We love the latest collection of cuffed shorts, satin maxi dress, midi dresses, and even their reimagined jumpsuits and pleated skirts. With their high-street statement, Fash Mob is now one of the most well-known online blogshops in Singapore. Check out their new arrivals every Sunday at 11:00 AM.

Price Range: $12 – $61.50

Delivery Fee: Complimentary Shipping (Standard Courier) 1- 4 business days, $3 (Express Courier) 1-2 business days

Promos: Get a 10% off discount code when you subscribe to their mailing list 

Website: Fash Mob

 

  1. The Tinsel Rack

With their official hashtag #happyclothesmaker, The Tinsel Rack offers clothes for the modern woman who likes to have fun and be comfortable in herself. Our top picks from their range of latest collections are joyful pastel-colored midi skirts, lightweight sundresses, drawstring shorts, button knit tops, and sexy dresses you can wear from day ‘till night. 

You can also shop at The Tinsel Rack retail stores at Tampines and Orchard Gateway.

Price Range: $15.90 – $55.90

Delivery Fee: $3.50 (Standard Courier via Ninjavan and J&T) 3-5 business days. Complimentary Shipping for purchases above $100 (Singapore and Malaysia only)

Promos and Discounts: Get 15% Off when you subscribe to their mailing list. Free Membership with a 5% discount and 10 points for every $1 spent 

Website: The Tinsel Rack 

 

  1. Modparade

True to its name, Modparade is a celebration of flower power, retro revival, and joyful colors. With a range of beautiful pieces inspired by the glorious decades of the 50s to the 90s, the genius of Modparfade is at making these look very wearable, comfortable, and very “now”. 

Knitted tops with wide denim pants, geometric printed dresses, floral dresses, bow crop tops, floral cardigans, pastel tailored jackets, and tulip printed skirts, we imagined we’d seen some of these ensembles in movies, and we just wanted to wear that. All of that. 

Modparade is for women who are not afraid, who know themselves, are sensible, and smart. Modparade is a movement.

Price Range: $16 – $50 

Delivery Fee: $3 (Standard Courier) 1-3 business days. Free for purchases above $50 (Singapore) and above $100 (Malaysia)

Promo and Discounts: Sign-up on Mod earn $ for free and get 10% Off on your first purchase. Earn reward points (150 points = $10)

Website: Modparade

 

  1. All Would Envy

A favorite among ladies who want to go for classic finds and stylish simple staples, All Would Envy has almost everything for women of every style and silhouette. Their exciting range of weekly arrivals shouldn’t be missed, and we love the recent collection of loungewear, relaxed culottes, plaid summer dresses, and soft blouses on monchoromatic warm tones. 

You can never go wrong with timeless and quality pieces that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Price Range: $10 – $56

Delivery Fee: $3 (standard courier) 1-3 business days. Free Shipping for purchases above $60

Promos and Discounts: Subscribe to the mailing list and get a 10% on the first purchase

Website: All Would Envy

 

  1. Love and Bravery 

With a focus on quality, craftsmanship, and wearability, Love and Bravery is a seasoned name rivaling the top blogshops with over 15 years of the fashion business. 

Each piece of clothes on their blogshop is very special and is thoughtfully designed. From structured tops, well-tailored dresses, blouses with clean lines, and even their distressed denim shorts are looking effortlessly expensive but are surprisingly affordable. 

If you seek to refresh your wardrobe with an updated and upscale vibe, Love and Bravery is one of the classiest blogshops in Singapore that is highly recommended.

Price Range: $10 – $55

Delivery Fees: $2.80 (standard shipping) 1-3 business days. Free shipping for purchases over $120

Self collection available at the retail store 2-3 days after ordering

Promos and Discounts: Discount code and promo vouchers available at Picodi.

Blogshop: Love and Bravery

 

  1. Wardrobemess

We admit that we used to be one of those who have unearthed the entirety of our closet and still cry, “I have nothing to wear”. And Wardrobemess just understands that. 

With their carefully selected pieces that you can mix and match and layer, you’ll find their well-curated clothes comfortable and versatile and very much fashion-forward. 

They have just about all the wardrobe essentials, from cardigans, knitted tops, jeans, simplistic dresses, accessories, and even shoes that come in muted colors and extremely comfortable materials that are so easy to pair up. Be it a casual date, brunching with friends, running an errand, or lounging on a slow weekend, Wardrobemess got your back.

Price Range: $4.90 – $39.90

Delivery Fees: $1.5 and up (registered postage) 4-7 business days. $3.50 (express courier) 1-2 business days

Free shipping for purchases above $60. Self collection available at the Funan Mall retail store

Promos and Discounts: Subscribe to the mailing list to receive exclusive discount codes. Promo vouchers available at HotDeals site

Blogshop: Wardrobemess

 

  1. Runway Bandits

The team behind Runway Bandits consists of talented individuals passionate about finely crafted clothes that are modern, clean, and impeccably comfortable. For women looking for well-made clothes with flattering cuts, and simplistic art and design, you can enjoy shopping for versatile wardrobe essentials that are very affordable. 

We love their take on bringing boyish charms on the feminine silhouettes of their relaxed blouses, mid-waist pants, structured tops while staying elegant, languid, and uniquely Runway Bandit. 

Price Range: $10 – $49

Delivery Fees: $2.50 (standard courier) 1-3 business days, $4 (express) 1-2 business days, $2.50 Ninja Collect (1-3 working days). Free shipping for purchases above $100

Promos and Discounts: Get a 10% discount on your first purchase after email subscription. Discount vouchers available at Collectoffers

Blogshop: Runway Bandits

 

  1. The Velvet Dolls

Embracing women of different shapes and sizes, The Velvet Dolls designs and creates clothes specially made for modern Asian women. 

Their very chic workwear and casual wear collections include tailored dresses, midi skirts, flattering tops, soft jackets, and many more, from size S to XXL. They also have a dedicated collection of beautiful wedding and bridesmaid dresses that are even more gorgeous when worn. 

Elegant and sexy draped dresses, tulle, wraparounds, and off-shoulder maxis, their curated pieces are perfect to accompany women in their most precious moments. Check out their weekly new arrivals. 

Price Range: $18 – $55

Delivery Fees: $3.75 (standard courier) 1-3 business days

Free Shipping for purchases above $80 3-5 business days. Self collection available at their LTC Building retail store

Promos and Discounts: Discount codes and coupons available at HotDeals site

Blogshop: The Velvet Dolls

 

  1. The Closet Lover

An Instagram favorite among the blogshops in Singapore, The Closet Lover, also believes that women can express themselves freely no matter the size and shape. 

Spearheaded by two sisters, Brianna and Bertilla, their extensive clothing collection features knitted pieces in muted colors, dresses in vivid prints, and other staples that are very youthful and chic without being tacky. 

We also admire their in-house fabrics showcasing their own print of playful yet refined aesthetic and creativity evident on their well-made pieces of rich hues and ultra-feminine silhouettes. 

This blogshop also brings in new collections every Sunday, and you may also visit the Closet Lover retail stores Raffles Xchange, Bugis Junction, Takashimaya, and Tampines1. 

Price Range: $29.90 – $75.90

Delivery Fees: $2 (standard courier + $1 for subsequent items on Sale), $5 (express). Free Shipping for regular priced single purchase above $120

Promos and Discounts: Get a 10% (first purchase) discount when you  join the mailing list 

Website: The Closet Lover

 

  1. The Fleur Label

With their wardrobe of fine clothes made for the working women that are on-the-go and free-spirited, this blogshop boasts functional yet stylish pieces such as one-piece suits, floral midi dresses, comfortable linen tops, statement colour block dresses. 

This clothing brand offers pocket friendly prices and weekly new collections make online shopping at The Fleur Label a fun and hassle free experience. No wonder this brand is one of the most sought-after blogshops in Singapore.

Price Range: $33.90 – $46.90

Delivery Fees: $2.50 (standard courier) 1-3 working days. Free shipping for a minimum of $80 purchases

Promos and Discounts: 10% on New Arrivals with discount code <new10>. 10% discount ( firts order) when you subscribe to their mailing list

Website: The Fleur Label

 

  1. Shop Sassy Dream

One of the most popular blogshops in Singapore, Shop Sassy Dream, has a steady following among the youth. This clothing brand brings a young and flirty vibe. 

Find plenty of outfit choices online with their tailored shorts, sexy top, parka jacket ensembles, mini dresses, and chic denim pants. With their flexible styles and comfortable fabrics, you could easily dress up for any situation, be it casual wear for a  date night, outdoor activities, and even a relaxed office meeting. 

You can also access their physical retail stores at Bugis Junction and Plaza Singapura. 

Price Range: $28 – $45.90

Delivery Fees: $2.50 (standard courier) 1-2 business days, $3 Smartpac Lite (2 items) 1-2 business days.

Free Shipping for in-stock purchases over $60. Self collection available at Bugis Junction store

Promos and Discounts: Get limited offer discount coupons from Exhibit Coupon site

Website: Shop Sassy Dream 

 

How Do You Make the Most Out of Your Blogshopping?

Most of us have a fair share of horrific experiences when we shop for clothing online. And sometimes the short-coming could be from us, the shoppers, especially when we aren’t really verifying some of the important boxes to tick.

Here are a few simple tips to make your online blog shops experience as breezy and stress-free.

  • Define your shape and style and embrace it.

One of the biggest concerns when hunting for clothes online is “would it fit well?”. To save you from worrying and spending too much time deciding, grab a tape measure and note your measurements so you can easily check them against the online product description. 

With numerous blog shops available in the country, it could also be bewildering which ones to go to. Understand which cut of clothes you are most comfortable in to spot the shops in your league easily. Remember, you are you, so, your body, your rules.

This could be tricky for newbie online shoppers since fabrics behave differently. Run a quick research or revisit your current wardrobe of clothes to get familiar with which textures, material, and fit are the most comfortable for you. 

  • Score more for the price you pay

Not many outfit shoppers are keen on discovering discount code and promo coupons online, but there are various sites where you can easily snatch them. Most online clothing shops also offer free shipping when you meet a certain total amount, so ask your sister or friend if they wish to add some to the cart. If you’re not in a hurry, another trick to save more is by wishlisting and waiting for the scheduled sale (don’t tell this to everyone).

One of the best ways to find out if you are in good hands is to read what customers have left in the feedback section. Real people reviews and how the shop addressed issues and concerns. 

  • Opt for more classic pieces

Remember that peach tulle dress you wore once at a party and buried it behind your closet after? Don’t turn your wardrobe into a grave of clothes. Buy clothes that are durable, timeless, wearable, and you can mix and match and layer. You should be able to enjoy and make memories with them more often.

Gone are the days of restricted style and limited options when it comes to dressing up and feeling good about ourselves. Now, we are blessed to have the freedom to experience and embrace a sense of individuality and be able to express ourselves in a more personal, artistic, and ultimately, a comfortable way through fashion. 

 

Closing

Whenever we are on the hunt for the right outfit for any occasion, it is always better to have a game plan. Impulse purchases are so easy to make, so is stalling your decision online with the littlest idea of what you’re looking for. A good balance of practicality, quality, and style will take you a long, long way. 

Be smart by keeping your finances always at bay, especially when your shopping entails other bigger expenses. If you need to make big purchases, always opt for a loan with flexible and manageable terms. Instant Loan provides a professional loan comparison service from the most reputable licensed lenders in Singapore. Simply send us a request to find the best deals!

90,000 Singapore. A weekend in a perfect city

A city that surprises. There are no traffic jams here, the streets are perfectly clean. Local residents – Chinese, Indians, Arabs, Malays, Europeans – live in peace and harmony. There are no poor here, and the rich behave modestly. And no corruption and drugs: the salaries of officials and police officers will be envied by their colleagues from the richest countries, and the death penalty is practiced for drugs. Singapore is considered the safest city in Asia and the most convenient and tourist-friendly in the world!

So, the 5 most important things to do in Singapore:

Singapore Zoo is an interesting place for children and adults.Its main difference is the absence of cells. Animals live in natural enclosures, so a stream and hedge can separate a tiger from a giraffe. You need to come here for the whole day to watch (or better to participate) in a variety of performances – from breakfast with an orangutan in the morning to a night safari on an electric car in the evening.

Sentosa Island is a favorite vacation spot for Singaporeans and tourists. Arrive early and you will have time: take a ride on the monorail around the island and take pictures in all interesting places, admire the inhabitants of the deep sea in the Underwater World, swim and sunbathe on Silosso Beach, ride a dozen attractions, visit an ethnographic museum, be impressed by the sunset laser show and a fabulous outdoor performance.We advise you to do the return trip by cable car. Dine at the top station overlooking Singapore at night.

Shopping and food in Singapore – national sports. A huge selection of branded goods from around the world and endless sales can be found in numerous malls and boutiques along the main shopping street Orchard Road. It is quite easy to get lost here and it is with pleasure that you profitably spend your hard-earned savings. We advise you to pay attention to local brands, they are not inferior in quality to the world ones, but are much cheaper.You can grab a bite or a hearty meal in numerous food courts, cafes and restaurants. You can try everything – from Argentinean kilogram steaks to French haute cuisine delights. Asian street food is a separate topic. Quite inexpensive, insanely tasty, completely safe. All food and drinks are very fresh, this is strict here.

Looking to triple your paycheck or get your long-awaited promotion? Go to the Suntec City Mall, of which Fountain of Wealth is a part.He fulfills money desires. You need to go around the fountain along a special path and wet your hands in its water. More water – more chances for wishes come true. Swimming in the Fontana is prohibited, but sprinkling yourself and your neighbors is just right.

The famous Raffles Hotel is considered the oldest and most beautiful building in the city. The most famous politicians, artists, businessmen, representatives of royal houses have stayed here at various times. And over 100 years ago, “Singapore sling” cocktail was first blended in the hotel bar. The cocktail recipe is still a secret, and the best place to taste the drink is here. The bar is located on the second floor of the hotel and looks very unusual for Singapore. Against the backdrop of sterile urban cleanliness, the floor of the bar is strewn with peanuts, which are served here as a snack with drinks. It is customary to peel the nuts and brush them off directly onto the floor. Such is the local entertainment.

A few tips : If you arrived with Singapore Airlines, do not rush to throw away your boarding pass, it entitles you to pleasant discounts on entrance tickets to museums, on many goods in stores and a bunch of other things.Transit passengers are entitled to a free sightseeing tour, and Changi Airport itself is a city of shopping and pleasure. Duty-free shops and restaurants are open almost 24 hours a day, you can relax in the pool and take spa treatments, and smokers will find a beautiful open-air cactus garden at the airport.

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Wonderful, world-famous hotel Marina Bay Sands is located on reclaimed areas from the sheared hills of the villages of Bedok, Siglap, Tampinis!

For buzzers, I insert a meme into the topic, you can not read further:

And the alluvial land project itself was actually called East Coast Reclamation, so please! Technically, not quite then Marina Bay is the center of the city, since it is built on unjustly squeezed foundations transferred from the hills of the East!

At first I thought it was a bike, but then… This is how the southeastern regions of Singapore looked on a topographic map in 1945:

Source: NUS Historical Maps of Singapore

Pay attention to the presence of heights over 100 meters, the absence of a reservoir Badok, and in general … Where is the metro? .. Where is the highway? .. Where to ride a wakeboard? .. Where are whores? .. How to live?

But, probably, they did not chip with 5G antennas as actively as now.

Let’s take a look at the map hanging behind the backs of the guests of honor who opened the East Coast Reclamation project back in 1963:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

A thin line along the coast, to the very floodplain of the Kalang River, led a conveyor belt, one and a half meters wide, and with a total length of as much as 26,000 meters!

Let this number settle… Twenty-six kilometers of conveyor belt. In Singapore, almost 60 years ago. No, well, now they are building under 100 km, but that was then, so many years ago, in our country, in Singapore, not in mines, but right “in the area”!

This one was split into phases, which along the way were poured into the Marine Parade area, a pillow under the East Coast Parkway (ECP), and even the park of the same name:

Source: Singapore Institute of Architects

Source: National Archives of Singapore

At the end of the conveyor, sand cut in the east was poured from a high bulldozer:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

Then, probably, they were equated somehow.In the background there is a bulldozer, I think that it is the same as now, during the construction of the mega-port Tuas.

And at the very beginning of the conveyor, I cut off such a mining excavator. Just like in some coal mine of Kuzbass, in the distant and native northern latitudes:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

Source: National Archives of Singapore

This photo may have been taken where people now watch Netflix at and chillate:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

Here the tape rises and crosses some road:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

In one of the phases of the project, a temporary pier was built to unload sand onto barges, from which it can either be brought to Marina Bay, or directly and added:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

Probably discussing what to order for lunch through Grab Food:

Source: National Archives of Singapore

Rotate 90 degrees… to the right. Well, think. To the right.

Source: National Archives of Singapore

I found several newsreel footage in the video of the Temasek holding, which includes the engineering corporation Surbana Jurong, which either managed or was a contractor for the project. So skip to 1:30 if you want to see how the slides were cut and washed up at Marina Bay:

So, while sipping juice in the Infinity Pool, on top of Marina Bay Sands, don’t forget where the sand comes from! From the East, of course!

I propose to commemorate our buried hills on this occasion.

It would be possible to train on them on a bicycle, or even run …

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How did Singapore become a thriving economic oasis?

The history of the city-state of Singapore is called a miracle, and this is not an exaggeration at all. The country with a population of 5,000,000 is ranked 44th in the world in terms of GDP. These are fantastic numbers. The creator of this miracle, famous all over the world, Lee Kuan Yew writes:


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My tactic is to do more than I promised.And people trust me.

He tells a wonderful Singaporean story in his book. He was prime minister for thirty years and a government mentor for seven years. And a small poor city-state turns into a rich city, becomes a prosperous state. The reforms were carried out under tight control. The successful experience of other states was used. The experience of Switzerland helped turn Singapore into a financial center of global importance, the Singapore army was created under the guidance of Israeli instructors.Singapore has created the best investment opportunities, with a decisive and brutal elimination of corruption as a condition. The law is strictly enforced in the country. The results are impressive:

  • The country ranks fourth in the world in terms of per capita income
  • The port of Singapore is among the four largest
  • Chanty Airport is the main aviation hub in Asia. The flow of passengers – 36 million people per year
  • high level of well-being and education of the population.

Lee Kuan Yew united the people, made English the state language and compulsory for learning. Found ways to motivate people to get an education, be educated and polite.

A real trip to the first world from the third

At the beginning of the journey, the country did not have favorable conditions or special advantages. Lee Kuan Yew tells what problems had to be solved on the way from the third world to the first, he devotes entire chapters of his book to the most important topics:

  • Victory over corruption
  • Many nations – one language
  • Financial center
  • Strategic partnership with the USA and Europe
  • Relations with neighboring countries – from enmity to friendship
  • Ecology of Singapore

In the book From the Third World to the First.History of Singapore (1965–2000) ”The story of the transformation of Singapore is accompanied by photographs. The illustrated edition can act as a gift. You can buy it here. Lee Kuan Yew is convinced that you have to rely on yourself to truly succeed. But he did his best to attract investors to the country, attract transnational companies, creating almost ideal conditions for business. The transformation into a financial center, the construction of a grandiose port and a large international airport became key for the country.The state takes care of citizens – subsidies for the purchase of apartments, social insurance, the pension system is one of the best in the world, a high level of medicine and education.

Author of the Singapore Miracle

The whole world admires Lee Kuan Yew’s personality. He received his education in Great Britain – he graduated from the London School of Economics and the famous Cambridge University, received two “red” diplomas – in economics and law. This wonderful person had systemic thinking, impeccable logic, common sense.He announced that

Lack of resources Singapore makes up for in superiority in intelligence, discipline and ingenuity.

The seven consecutive victories that Lee Kuan Yew and his party won in the elections perfectly characterizes the attitude towards him in Singapore. In his book, Lee Kuan Yew explains his strategy and critical decisions. And the world sees what result they have led. Everyone can be convinced of this by flying to Singapore.

Material prepared by the creative department of the BookZone store.com.ua.

90,000 A Day with a Local: Mini-Guides of Santiago, Stockholm and Singapore

A blogger, art director of a design studio and a bartender told us about their favorite places in Santiago, Stockholm and Singapore and shared useful apps for walking. It is easy to feel like a local while traveling if you have a smartphone with Beeline Unlimited Internet in your hands.

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Santiago

When you come to a new city, you want not only to find out how it lives, but also to stay in your usual comfort zone.It’s great if friends threw in tips: what to eat, where to drink and watch the sunsets. But how to book a table, choose a concert and find a company for a bike ride? Local apps help you navigate the city.

Anastasia Polosina

Moved to Santiago more than three years ago, travels around Chile – from the Atacama Desert to the south of Patagonia. He runs the Chile Travel Mag blog, where he shares secret places, turnouts and passwords and tells what to consider when planning a trip.

Sky Costanera Lookout

Snowy Andes, ink skyscrapers and poblasones from the rooftops of Latin America

Santiago is surrounded by greenery, rolling hills with trekking paths and vantage points. But not everyone is ready for difficult walks, and the winter weather makes you forget about climbing. Therefore, it is most convenient to look at the entire city at once from the top of the Costanera skyscraper – the highest in Latin America.

Paradox: the tallest tower on the continent was built in the most earthquake-resistant country. Visitors walk around the two-storey glazed area directly under the roof in a circle, where each sector is marked with plates with the names of districts and attractions – you cannot see them from the 61st floor, but you can get your bearings.

From this height, one can appreciate the linear layout of Santiago with a chaotic jumble of skyscrapers among private one-story houses.On the one hand, the city cuts through the bed of the Mapocho River, on the other, a concrete strip of the highway running further into the mountains. By the illumination and building density, it is easy to understand where the modest houses are located, and where the plots with elite housing are.

A small secret of the locals: the best view is after the rains, then the mountains can be seen with amazing clarity. And at sunset it is interesting to watch how twilight falls on the city and a chain of lights is lit. Costanera is one of the main shopping centers in the capital, so panoramic views can be combined with shopping.

Useful tips and applications:

The observation deck has its own Sky Costanera app. It allows you to see what the city looked like in different periods of history, read more about the sights and get directions to them.

Bahá’í Temple

Equality of the sexes, alabaster bud, water lilies and whisper of the wind

The first Bahá’í temple in Latin America, the world’s youngest religion and one of the most tolerant, was recently opened in Santiago.But crowds of visitors here are attracted primarily by the extraordinary architecture and location.

The Bahá’í religion emerged from Islam, but has a number of contradictions with it. She stands for the oneness of God, gender equality and against prejudice, so the temple is a meeting place for everyone, regardless of faith

The temple was built by a Canadian architect and is a transparent stone bud made of steel, glass and alabaster, which glows from the inside. Curiously, the Bahá’í temple in Delhi is also flower-shaped and looks like an origami lotus flower.A water lily pool and well-groomed green surroundings complete the setting. Thanks to the transparent glass and alabaster construction, the temple is filled with natural light during the day and all shines in the evening.

Useful tips and applications:

On all the hills, Santiago perfectly catches the net: he went to the mountains for trekking – and from a height of 3000 m you still upload stories to Instagram.

If you decide to save time and give up tracking, order a taxi.Locals use Uber and Easy Taxi.

If you don’t want a taxi, find a fellow traveler through the AllRide app. This is something like our BlaBlaCar, it looks for fellow travelers, even on a bicycle.

Barrio Italy

Urban Breakthrough, Beetroot Bread and Joiner’s Rows

Barrio Italia is a trendy alternative to the popular Barrio districts of Lastarria and Bellavista.It is gaining fame as a bohemian district and at the same time has not yet turned into a replicated landmark: its highlight is sincerity and drive. Locals come here for great coffee shops, lectures and designer boutiques, but there are few tourists here.

The name speaks for itself: families of Italian immigrants lived here. They opened shops, including the 19th century Girardi headwear factory. Today, the massive brick building Factoría Italia is Santiago’s major urban breakthrough in recent years.The global trend of transforming factory spaces into fashionable venues has reached Chile: the factory is turning into an art cluster with galleries, shops and cafes, and there will even be hotels. And the snow-white theater Teatro Italia was built by the owner of the factory.

The busiest part of the Italia Barrio starts from the intersection of Italia and Marin streets. It is impossible to leave De castañas y amores without natural shea and shea butter, handmade soap and a conversation with a friendly hostess.The coffee is good at El jardin secreto at the ItaDeco gallery. In the Italia 1206 gallery you can buy dishes from Romania and Mexico and designer jewelry, and I go to La panera bakery for bread with beets and cuttlefish ink. At the crossroads with Kaupolikan street, the most recognizable place in the district is furniture rows. The goods are displayed right on the sidewalk, and the shops are the carpentry workshops. Massive dressers, armchairs, dressing tables, upholstered sofas – for many barrios, Italy is associated with these rows.

Useful tips and applications:

You can order tickets to the theater, find out the opening hours of galleries and cafes using this site (although it is only available in Spanish).

It is pleasant to ride a bike along the Italia barrio. Using Map City, you can calculate the route along the bike paths and find out where there are free parking spaces.

If you are traveling by car, Joldit will come in handy: it looks for free parking spaces (including at residential buildings), and locals rent their space through it by the hour.

Stockholm

Stockholm amazes with the combination of the incompatible: the latest achievements of civilization – and real wild nature. Armed with a card, a smartphone with a connected Beeline Unlimited Internet service, local applications and advice from city residents, you can get to know its life from the inside.

Katya Carling

Art director of the Monogram design studio, has lived in Stockholm for 5 years.

Mälarpaviljongen Bar-Restaurant

Strawberry place, weather forecast and rose by the water

Our summer is short, and the Swedes try to spend as much time as possible outdoors.Houses are equipped with a “strawberry place” – a corner for outdoor recreation: in the apartment it is an unglazed balcony, in the summer house there is an open terrace. And when the question of a restaurant comes up, everyone wants to eat outdoors.

Mälarpaviljongen is a trendy place to dine by the water. Half of the cafe is located on land with a small urban vegetable garden, as is customary in Stockholm: cucumbers-tomatoes in tubs, flowers are right there. The second half is on pontoons. This is a resort history in the city center, where you can sail for a cocktail by boat.It is pleasant to drink coffee or have lunch here, but evening gatherings are especially popular.

People often come here after dinner, walking past the city hall along the embankment. You can order a fashionable aperol – it is very instagram-friendly. But the Swedes usually drink wine: they take a bottle for two or three people and spend time leisurely overlooking the water and the sunset. In summer, the rose goes better.

Of course, this is a nice weather restaurant and it is worth checking the weather forecast before you go here. In general, the weather in Stockholm is the main thing to watch out for.Which island of the archipelago to sail to? Will it rain in the evening?

Useful tips, websites and applications:

Access to Mälarpaviljongen is only possible one by one. But in most restaurants in the summer it is better to book a table in advance, the demand is very high. Stockholmers prefer online reservations over calls. Usually the form is on the restaurant’s website, or you can use the BokaBord application, it sends reminders and notifications.

I track the weather using the Yr, SMHI, Vädret Live, Klart.se apps. Here, everyone uses several applications: some more accurately show the movement of rain on the clock, others – the sea weather, and others – the temperature.

Design store and vintage shop

Geometric cacti, minimalism and a little retro

The beauty of the Scandinavian style is that a little retro is mixed with modern minimalism: this adds personality and depth to the interiors.Someone was lucky – antique items got from grandmothers, others buy them in shops and flea markets. In this regard, two stores loved by Stockholmans are characteristic: Norrgavel, an interior multibrand about Scandinavian minimalism, and Herr Judit Brandstationen, a cozy vintage shop.

Both stores have excellent showrooms, take a closer look at the details – they will help you reproduce the Scandinavian style in your home. There are things you can take with you, like textiles. The Swedes often move and try to make repairs as versatile as possible: plain walls, laconic furniture.Personalities are given by mobile elements that are easy to take to a new home: posters, sofa cushions. Geometric prints and cacti are in vogue now.

Scandinavians express themselves through the interior. Swedes dress modestly, but at home you can see very extraordinary details. At Herr Judit, there are many, from overwhelmed chairs from the 60s and brass chandeliers to doorknobs. Norrgavel has a lot of textiles, because even a towel is an important piece of furniture: Scandinavians select everything that is in sight by color.And the most irreplaceable thing with us is a blanket: they save electricity here, if it’s frozen in winter – wrap yourself up more comfortably.

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Of course, such shops are interesting to go live and learn how a decorator combines items. But if there is no time for shopping, you can order something from the online store. Online commerce is very developed in Stockholm.

Stockholm’s Fotografiska photography museum has an excellent online poster shop.

Picnic in Ivar Los Park

Fika on the hill, cobblestone and crazy buns

The place is not obvious: there are no signs, you just won’t get there. In order not to get confused, I advise you to put the markers on the map in advance and follow the route online.

Take a blanket with you and come to the Slussen metro station. Here we have an important business – to buy picnic buns. In Fabrique bakeries, they are of crazy quality – pure drug.Everyone knows cinnamon rolls, try with cardamom (kardemummabullar) – there is definitely no such thing in Moscow. The nearest Fabrique is very close, Götgatan 24. Wine is a little more complicated: it is sold only in state monopolies and on Sundays they are closed. So buy in advance or just grab a to-go coffee and get yourself a fika – it’s an old Swedish tradition, a coffee break with scones.

We leave on Hornsgatan street. It is interesting in itself, there are many galleries: ceramic, glass-blowing. The artists rent the space for a couple of weeks, then the exposition changes.It is more pleasant to walk along the high cobbled understudy with the funny name Hurnsgatspukkeln (hillock). The understudy runs into Blackkornsgrend Lane – turn into it. It will lead to a low fence with a gate, feel free to go inside – there is hidden a cozy garden with a lawn, from which you can see almost the entire old city. This is my favorite picnic spot.

The park is located on the high hill of Södermalm – this is such a local Rive Gauche, a bohemian area that overhangs Gamla Stanom. You can also get here from the embankment – by elevator, which once changed the life of the entire island.Previously, the poor lived here: the gentlemen were not interested in climbing the stairs. With the advent of the elevator, the area began to rise in price, and now it has rapidly turned into a hipster center.

Helpful Application Tips:

A convenient liquor store will help you find the Systembolaget application, where all state monopolies are marked.

Public transport timetables, including city passenger boats, are conveniently viewed in the Res i STHLM app.The city stands on the islands, and it is closer to swim than to take a detour. The same card is valid for ferries as for public transport.

A convenient liquor store will help you find the Systembolaget application, where all state monopolies are marked.

Singapore

Futuristic Singapore is a high-tech country, where skyscrapers are twined with vertical gardens, and sensory fans disperse the equatorial heat.A rich city of successful people. But he has his own secrets, known only to the locals. The non-obvious Singapore is convenient to explore while staying online.

Having a smartphone with the Beeline Unlimited Internet service connected, you feel like a local while traveling.

The perfect speakeasy and bar for your own

Bartenders from New York, rock and roll and outgoing Singaporeans

At first glance, Singapore looks like a calm, regulated city, where people are building careers and there is nowhere to really have fun.Of course, this is not so – just such places do not advertise themselves.

Once upon a time, we only had a colonial classic: the Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel, imitating London. There are now great world-class bars, like Employees Only, a flawless speakeasy without a sign, where the star bartenders from New York are touring, we all go to study there. Bars of a new wave have appeared, where they are not afraid of experimenting with local tastes, my friends and I put a lot of effort into this. But it is not cheap, people come to us with their company for interesting taste sensations.

If you want some drive and communication with the locals, come to the Skinnyʼs Lounge bar. This is a favorite place for our entire team, we often go here after work. The guys are open until 4 am, and apart from good inexpensive cocktails for $ 11-15, they have coffee, beer and everything you need for a fun night out. The main thing here is the atmosphere. This is a place for friends with the right bar music (rock and roll, Rʼn’B) and dancing until the morning. If you want to hang out in the company of Singaporeans – go here, here people are what they are and are open to communication.You will surely find new friends.

And from nightclubs I love Cherry: great music, pleasant audience and reasonable prices. At Bang Bang, Lulu and other trendy clubs, you pay $ 400 for a bottle of vodka, that’s not the case.

Useful tips and applications:

You can book a table through various applications, the most popular are HungryGoWhere, Chope, Burpple, OpenTable

Beach in the park and fishing port

Bike sharing, quiet beach in the park and oysters for next to nothing

Recently, a new feature appeared in the city – the first bike-sharing in Singapore: there are no stationary parking stations, using the oBike app you can find and reserve a bike closest to you – and ride around the island.

Singapore is convenient to explore on a bike, and I love to ride with friends to the quiet beach in the very north of the island – Pasir Ris. It is very far from the center, tourists do not get here, there is no special infrastructure, and we even bring beer with us. Here we swim, fish, just relax on the beach – and drive through the park that stretches along the beach. This is my favorite park in Singapore. It is better to come here with a company: the place is quite quiet.

An excellent destination for a night trip is the fishing port of Jurong.You have to come here at 3-4 in the morning – to see how the ships come and unload the catch. In a large hangar, fishermen sell seafood at ridiculous prices. Singaporeans buy them in bulk so that they can then be sold at exorbitant prices in stores and in wet markets. If you arrive early, you will have time to choose the best. There are no restaurants here, so buy shrimp, oysters, lobsters, shellfish – whatever you want, and then go home and have yourself a sumptuous breakfast or find a street cafe in Jurong where your purchases will be fried for you.

And next to it is the Pasir Panjang fruit market, here, too, everything costs a penny. Recently I bought 20 kilos of potatoes for $ 5, my friends were stunned: how ?!

Useful tips and applications:

oBike bike sharing service app

If you go by bus, SG NextBus will come in handy

There are frequent thunderstorms in Singapore, and the weather can change dramatically during the day.WeatherLah shows the movement of storm clouds in real time

Men’s clothing store

Sneakers, leather bags and contemporary art

Most clothing and footwear stores in Singapore are for women. It’s not fair! Europe is full of interesting men’s things, ours – almost nothing. There are designer boutiques, but they are expensive: for example, right above our bar, one person sews amazing shoes for $ 600.But in the mid-range, there is not much to see, I buy everything online or when traveling.

But there is a place where shopping gives me joy – The Cathay mall. First, there is Leftfoot, the island’s first sneaker and sneaker store. When sneakers first appeared in the early 2000s, there were queues behind them that were unmissable. Now Leftfoot is still in trend, there are limited collections and rare brands – I buy shoes here.

But most importantly, on the third level of the center, a store of interesting men’s clothing, bags and leather accessories appeared – Chota House Collective.It is held by two guys, they are doing unique things! Shirts, belts, wallets. The Cathay Center is located on Bras Basah Street, a vibrant creative district, close to the National Museum and design galleries.

Useful tips and applications:

Many people go to the movies at The Cathay. You can buy tickets and watch the city entertainment poster using SISTIC.

90,000 Singapore vs.Moscow vs. Valley / Habr

There are about the same number of stories and reasons for moving as there are people who have moved and returned. Someone, on the contrary, finds more reasons to stay where they were born. For some, moving is the result of long reflection, for others – a firm conviction, and for others – a combination of circumstances that pushed them to explore new horizons.

For our guest Denis Neklyudov it all started with the fact that the owner of the company invited the employees to spend the winter in Thailand.Then Denis could not admit to himself that he was ready for emigration and permanent life in another country, but a couple more accidents turned his ideas upside down, and now it is difficult to imagine a return to Russia.

Denis – Staff Engineer (Mobile) at Lyft, co-author of the DevJobAccelerator course for developers, well-known podcaster in the mobile community and speaker at conferences. Over the 10 years of his career in mobile development, he tested on himself what it is like to live in Thailand, Great Britain (during business trips), Singapore and the USA.Let’s talk about this, as well as how to move well, about grades and incomes in Silicon Valley, and its differences from Russia and Singapore.

First experiences

Five years ago, after the proposal of the owner of the company, some of the employees moved with their families to the villas of Phuket. Wintering in Tae from October 2015 to April 2016 was a salvation for the hero from the cold cloudy Moscow. Sea and sun, fresh seafood, mopeds instead of a crowded subway were the first experience of working remotely and living in another country.It was also the first step towards emigration. But the real move was still far away: he returned to Moscow and with the help of gms & g-mate got a job at Revolut. At that time, the company had just grown to its own office, and Denis became the second developer on Android and was engaged in an in-house rework of an outsourced application. It was great: we worked in a Russian-speaking environment with foreign executives, often flew to London, without having to live there permanently.

This relaxed period ended in autumn, when the management did not support Denis’s desire to work from hot countries.Then he turned to a member of the android community who lived in Singapore, and asked if he was looking for a partner. A month later, Denis and his wife had work visas.

It is interesting how the work of the embassies and the immigration policy of different countries differs. For example, in Thailand there were many unknowns: the embassy did not answer questions, it was not clear how to legally stay in the country for more than three months, and had to act according to the circumstances. And Singapore makes visas lightning fast, and the application process is simple and transparent in many cases.

Moving was an incredible experience. In a year and a half, Singapore has transformed from a concrete and glass city of the future into a native place. Despite the popular belief that this is primarily a city of financiers and oil workers, our hero found a huge IT get-together there, still maintains relations with his Singaporean friends and is always happy to visit them.

However, the thought constantly sharpened that Singapore is good, but still secondary from the point of view of mobile development. I wanted to be in the center of events – Silicon Valley, where he could work in stellar companies and learn from the best developers.He got serious about preparing for a job interview at Google, but failed. Nevertheless, the hero did not lose heart, successfully passed an interview at Lyft, and in August 2018 with his wife moved to Silicon Valley.

Denis spent more energy and nerves on the US visa than on all previous countries, although the company helped with the registration. To speed up the process, Lyft has recommended applying for an O visa, which is issued out of turn for individuals with outstanding ability. It took more paperwork than the H-1B, legal assistance, and the involvement of a well-built personal brand, but it took only a month to get approved.For comparison, it is possible to apply for H-1B at the beginning of the year until mid-March, and approval can be up to six months. The whole process will have to start over if you didn’t win the lottery in the first year.

Both O and H-1B visas allow moving with children and a partner, but your spouse will move without the right to work in the United States. If you moved on an L-1 visa, then you have more stringent conditions and ties to the company, but your spouse will be able to get a work permit. An O-visa can be obtained through a company or on your own, which will cost $ 5,000-10,000.With her, you can come to the states and look for work on the spot.

Now Denis is applying for a residence permit in the United States and again faced with an unclear immigration policy in the country. But back to the topic of work in the states.

Grades and salaries in Silicon Valley

Hiring in the United States is different from the system of grades and interviews that we understand. We have already talked about how people are hired to work in London Facebook, a number of large and medium-sized companies in the United States are hired in a similar way.Therefore, this time we will dwell on grades in more detail.

Three grades are used in Russia: Junior, Middle and Senior. This is usually enough. In Silicon Valley, careers in most IT companies start with Intern (trainee position). Companies love young employees: they are clean-headed people who are easy to train and at the same time bring a fresh perspective on code and product evolution. Even a Russian student can get an internship at Google, Nvidia or Microsoft, live in the United States and, possibly, receive an offer for further cooperation.European companies also offer internships to foreign graduates.

After the trainee, there are Junior and Middle levels. From this position, it is difficult to move to Silicon Valley for a good salary. Denis recommends continuing to develop in his company or country to the Senior level and then move. The senior position will require the ability to implement a project from scratch without outside help, organize the process independently, share advice with other teams, and have a vision of the product and processes.

The next grade is Staff Software Engineer. A developer in this position is product-oriented, thinking about metrics and business issues. He is able to solve cross-team issues, organize team processes without hierarchical influence and be responsible for all the code of projects in which he participates. It is not easy to move to the Valley directly to a Staff-engineer from Russia. Denis saw immigrants from the CIS who moved to such a position, but they moved from Europe and Australia. Therefore, either settle for a position below and grow in the Valley, or first gain experience in Western countries.

Next comes the position of Principal Software Engineer, in which a person forms a long-term vision of product development, influences at the company level and develops architectures for more complex and large-scale systems. From here, a software engineer can go into resource management, if he is interested, and become an Engineering Manager. Such people move away from development and are engaged in employees, drawing up the mission and the vision of the company. The next step for them is Engineering Director.

If you want to stay in development, then the next level for you is Distinguished Software Engineer, this is the same Principal, but with extended responsibility for the product, technology stack and company development.

This is how a developer’s career path might look like:

  • Intern software engineer;
  • Junior Software Engineer;
  • Middle Software Engineer;
  • Senior Software Engineer;
  • Staff Software Engineer;
  • Principal Software Engineer;
  • Distinguished Software Engineer.

Requirements for each level are clearly spelled out in each area: technical knowledge, interpersonal communication, responsibility and contribution to product development.

The larger the company, the more energy and additional effort it will take to improve. Many companies conduct a performance review every six months, where feedback from your manager and colleagues is assessed. If you showed super-results in several cycles in a row and sold yourself well for a year or two, then with the support of the manager, a case of promotion is created – a document where you describe your achievements and prove that you deserve a promotion, on which a special commission makes a decision.

Silicon Valley salaries for Senior Developer start at $ 150,000-170,000 per year before taxes. If you work in a publicly traded company, then in addition to your salary, you will receive shares; if the company is just about to go public, you will receive options, which, if you are lucky, will double your income. So compare full compensation, including food, transportation, internet and mobile, pension contributions, health insurance, and conference fees.

It is also important where you live. There will be no income tax in Seattle, and in California the income tax in total with the federal one reaches 30-40%, the price of housing and insurance is also different.

Expenses in the Valley depend on lifestyle, but for example:

Often, in order to retain an employee, shares are issued in installments quarterly or annually (vesting process). The higher the position, the lower the share of the basic salary to the bonus part of the vesting.

The ratio of salaries, earnings from stocks and other bonuses for different levels can be compared on Levels.fyi, Glassdoor, or Blind.com. Also ask people in PM what salary levels in the company and what bonuses they are offered.

Some developers complain that there is not enough income in the first year, until the vesting started working. But even before the move, Denis estimated the cost of living in the Valley and chose an offer where the basic salary was enough to cover the costs. He did not take into account the potential income from equity vesting, and the company had not yet gone public at that time.

Silicon Valley vs.Moscow

In order to raise CSV, we admit that, according to experience, the best developers are still in the CIS countries. But from the point of view of the ability to communicate, there is a big chasm between us and the Americans: undeveloped software skills, we often give vent to weakness and arrange two minutes of hatred at lunch, or show toxicity towards colleagues. In the states, teams are more friendly and productive.

Although it takes much more effort and time to find consensus than in hierarchical teams in Russia, Denis is more comfortable in democratic teams.In addition, in the Valley, he manages to make a greater contribution to global products than in Russia, where products are often developed for the local market. There is also an incredible mix of cultures and views. For example, Denis’s team consists of 15 nationalities for 20 people, each with their own experience and history. It is very interesting.

The personal planning horizon in the CIS countries is short when compared to the USA. At best, we save money for a new car or apartment. It is difficult for us to plan beyond 5 years or think about retirement.And in the USA it is relatively stable in terms of the organization of life, but a small pension, so people plan their lives 20-30 years in advance. Wages are spent on living today: daily expenses, vacations, furniture and children’s toys. Shares and income from them are left for retirement. Here, willy-nilly, you become financially literate, follow the stock and bond market and economic trends. Chances are, you pay an accountant to keep your taxes in order and a financial advisor for guidance on where to invest.

As a result, if you moved with a partner and both work in IT in high positions, for example, a Staff engineer or a manager of a large product, or even better – Data Science, then with a share of luck it is possible to receive up to a million dollars a year for a family after three to four years of work in large companies.

Singapore vs. Silicon Valley

Cities in the USA and Singapore are different worlds. Singapore is made for people: developed transport infrastructure, metro and light metro are automated, most of the lines are unmanned.This is a clean city-country, everything is within easy reach, the parks are connected to each other so that you can ride a bike without leaving the road. Since the government limits the number of cars to their high cost, there are no traffic jams in the city.

Developer income tax in Singapore will be 11-15% if you make good money. People are educated and open to expats, and it is difficult to obtain a residence permit. There are not so many global IT companies in the country, but local ones have a lot of Asian specifics.To become your own there, if you are not Asian, is also quite difficult.

It is also worth noting the spicy and sweet and sour cuisine, which is unusual for us and becomes very annoying over time.

Despite these shortcomings, Denis misses Singapore, the beauty and convenience of public spaces that Silicon Valley lacks. Here, an individualistic approach is visible in everything: many prefer to own their own house, rather than an apartment, and there are very few public spaces. When he moved from Singapore, he lost his quality of life, but development requires sacrifice.


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What is important when moving $ 3 trillion in 2020 and, in principle, the world is becoming more fragmented.We are silent about the problem with entry in January 2021 due to the pandemic, assuming that these are temporary restrictions.

If you decide to move, we have put together a few tips. Yes, they may seem obvious, but always keep them in mind.

Avoid the survivor’s mistake: Don’t chase sporadic success stories, even if you’ve read them on our blog. Always dig deeper, study the forums of expats, criticism of the country, city and company, pay attention to what you cannot come to terms with.

Choose not only the country to move, but also the company, product and manager with whom you will have to work. Even in the Netherlands with a 27-hour work week, half of the free time is taken up by work.

Count your money. Don’t just compare the offer amounts, but check that the salary is sufficient after all the required deductions. Look at the consumer basket, taxes, rental housing, travel costs.

And, of course, to increase your chance, look for referrals, pass interviews in different companies and download not only hard, but also soft skills.

In conclusion

Offices in Silicon Valley were closed for almost a year due to the pandemic. Many employees have moved to other states closer to relatives and away from high taxes and expensive rent. In the United States, the concept of Texit has even appeared, when the head offices of companies move from the Valley to reduce costs.

It is not yet clear when everything will return to its normal course and how IT will look after the pandemic, so do not exclude options for remote work with subsequent relocation.Despite the sanctions and bad relations between countries, it is possible to find remote work in the United States even from Russia, if you are not afraid of the difference in time zones. If your friends receive about five thousand dollars a month at a distance, then, working for an American employer, if you want and know how to sell yourself, you can increase your income to nine to ten thousand.

Perhaps after reading the article you decided that everything is complicated in the states and it is better to move to another country. But most likely, it is not worth drawing a conclusion based on one article.In all countries, life is arranged differently, everywhere there are pluses and minuses. And everywhere there is something that was simpler in Russia and was taken for granted.

Each country will have to adapt to a different way of life, learn the nuances, look for where it is more profitable and how simple it is. Therefore, we interview different people who already have moving experience, and talk about it in our blog.

If you are interested in learning about a particular country or company – write in the comments. Let’s look for “our guys” from there.

ViewSonic Announces Global ColorPro ™ Award 2020 Winners

Moscow, Russia (November 13, 2020) ViewSonic, a global leader in visualization and education solutions, is one of the organizers the global ColorPro Award 2020 photo competition in collaboration with four creative industry leaders: Blurb, Shoot the Frame (STF), Tinyspace and TourBox. The competition was dedicated to kindness – the participants through creativity shared their vision of mercy and beauty.2,100 original photographs from participants from 18 countries and regions were submitted for the competition, which captured kindness in all its manifestations. ViewSonic Corporation announced the winners at an awards ceremony that was broadcast live worldwide on November 13, World Kindness Day.

“I am delighted that so many creative people from all over the world have responded to this competition,” said James Chu, Chairman and CEO of ViewSonic.- In connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, a difficult situation has developed in the world, and my partners and I have teamed up in order to collect stories of kindness from around the globe and share with you the positive, which is often lacking lately. Despite the serious changes that have taken place in our lives, kindness always remains in the hearts of people, and this competition is an excellent confirmation of this. I sincerely hope that you will continue your creative path and please us with new touching photos of kindness. “

The ColorPro Award 2020 winners captured moments that will impress no one. First place went to Antonio Aragon Renuncio from Spain. His photograph is called “Kindness”: 14-year-old Kojo from Bombuaca, Togo, helping a classmate with pre-football lessons at a center for severely mentally and physically challenged children. This is an example of how true friendship and kindness can help children with disabilities, who are often marginalized, to lead a normal life.

Second Prize went to Tanvir Alam from Bangladesh. His work is called “The Harvest of Water Lilies”: from a bird’s eye view, it depicts two farmers collecting water lilies together. This striking photograph demonstrates the harmony of man with nature. Third place goes to Chin Leong Teo from Singapore for his photograph “Drought.” The picture shows the helplessness of people in the face of natural disasters and the kindness of a woman who consoles her sister, supporting her in a desperate situation.

During an online ceremony, Chen-Yu Chiu, General Manager of the Social Center for Refugees in Reyhanli, Turkey, which was funded by Taiwan, shared pictures of urban life on the Turkish border and Syria and told him what kindness means to him. He said: “The dark concrete wall dividing states has become a Taiwan center of kindness for the people of Turkey and Syria. Kindness comes from our experience of interacting with the world around us, an innate sense of compassion and empathy.In order to do good, we only need persistence and a little fanaticism. ”

Huai-An Ho, head of the HoHuan Theater Company, which has given 660 free performances in Taiwan’s healthcare facilities over the past 18 years, also attended the ceremony and shared two photos that reflect his vision of kindness. The first photo shows the Mazinger Z robot holding the baby’s hand on the doorstep of the hospital ward, where they have to speak for a little patient – kindness helps even the weakest of us become real heroes.The second photo shows a famous Peking opera master who, despite his advanced age and dementia, continues to sing the songs he has sung throughout his career – a touching sign of resilience and love of life. Ho added, “Cancer is not contagious, but kindness is. Even if I am not capable of feats, I can show my love by doing many small good deeds. ”

Building on the theme of kindness, ViewSonic has launched a special project called “You Comment – ViewSonic Gives You”, which runs until January 13, 2021.

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