As the mercury continues to rise, and rise, and rise, the convenience of Asia’s little red dot: Singapore, draws countless tourists to each door step each year. With towering sky scrapers set next to ancient temples, and enormous malls back-to-back with market stalls, this tiny little country will keep you coming back time and time again. Don’t let this tiny country fool you though, what it lacks in geographical size, it makes up for in its fashion quotient, so don’t play play!
For you tai tai ladies who want to lunch and shop on Singapore’s trendy Orchard Road Payal Singal’s asymmetrical jacket with printed palazzo pants will help you fit right in. Its bold geometric printed jacket is perfectly on trend with wide palazzo pants. Wear it with a pair of sandals, a OTT sunglasses and simple make up to channel the I-don’t-want-to-look-like-I-made-an-effort-but-I-secretly-did to perfection.
If you just want to kick back with a little R&R, then Sentosa Island has it all. From Underwater World with its 83m long underwater tunnel, picnics on the Beach, playing the slots at the casino or having lunch on the golf course this little island has it all. Much like this Ridhi Mehra black and white jumpsuit – the perfect look that can take you effortlessly from breakfast to bar. Wear it with little/no make up and a pair of white trainers for the day; a pair of sandals and some killer sunglasses at lunch; or some sky high sandals, bright lipstick and oodles of bling to help you rock it at the club. This look is so shiok!
If a country is cool enough to have a cocktail named after it, then you know that it is bound to have some awesome bars, and in Singapore’s case, some insanely high roof top bars. Whether you a sipping Singapore Sling’s at 1-Altitude or Mai-Tais at Ce La Vie this white and silver mini dress by Rohit and Rahul will keep you on point. Wear it with some sky-scraper high heels and simple jewelry and get ready to paint the town red. “What are you waiting for lah?”
Our Singlish guide to Singapore:
“Don’t Play Play”: Don’t mess around
“tai tai”: Singaporean slang for ‘ladies who lunch’
“Lah”: Used at the end of sentences for emphasis
“Shiok”: Used to express a huge/extreme sense of enjoyment