Chinese New Year clothes in Singapore: Best places to go shopping

Have you started shopping for Chinese New Year clothes in Singapore yet? Here are some great places for clothes and accessories!

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Chinese New Year (CNY) falls on 16 - 17 Feb this year, and there's barely a month until we usher in the Year of The Dog. And festival time obviously means dress-up time! Mums and dads, have you started shopping for Chinese New Year clothes in Singapore yet? :)

Fret not, we have made a nice little list of places to go for cute CNY clothes and accessories!

Little Qipao

Established in 2010, Little Qipao is a designer label that offers the widest range of family cheongsams.

They make sure to blend traditional wear with contemporary style and comfort. Every outfit is painstakingly crafted using the finest imported fabrics.

Doesn't their 2018 Family Harmonised Series collection look lovely?! 

Check them out on or on Facebook. You can also check out their range at Takashimaya, Isetan Scotts, Isetan Nex, OG Chinatown, OG Albert and TANGS VivoCity.

Seed Heritage

Seed Heritage is celebrating the Year of the Dog with a limited edition children's collection, dropping in-stores now.

Featuring cute dog prints, plenty of red and blue and fun graphics across the boy's and girl's ranges, the collection is sure to please, this Chinese New Year!

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Le Petit Society

Le Petit Society features simple, sweet CNY designs for kids up to the age of 12. We spotted some for mummies too!

You can even check out this place for some cool socks, shoes and other accessories.

Where: 6A Shenton Way, Downtown Gallery, #03-10

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Chubby Chubby

Homegrown store Chubby Chubby's Oriental Origami collection for Chinese New Year is inspired by the Japanese art of folding paper!

The collection features baby rompers, cheongsams and mandarin shirts in origami crane and goldfish prints! Mummies and daddies can choose their pick too.

Where: TANGS outlets at Tang Plaza and VivoCity

Jump Eat Cry

Who says pregnant mummies and new mums can't have fun dressing up? :) Jump Eat Cry has some beautifully designed maternity and nursing wear, just in time for Chinese New Year!

Address: 100G Pasir Panjang Road #06-09, Interlocal Centre, 118523


PAZZION’s ‘Mummy + Me’ Collection

Want to go all matchy-matchy with your girls? Let your feet do the talking!

PAZZION’s capsule collection ‘Mummy + Me’ is inspired by the special bond between a mother and her daughter, featuring some of the brand’s most popular adult shoe styles in matching, loveable and miniature sizes.

Designed for stylish duos, girls can now emulate their mother’s footsteps in chic footwear – from classic ballerina flats to glamourous espadrilles and high-top sneakers. 


SK Jewellery's new Peanuts Collection

What's Chinese New Year without some bling? ;)

SK Jewellery has just launched the exclusive Peanuts Collection to herald the Year of the Dog!

From gold coins, gold bars, gold notes and  customizable gold bars to diamond jewellery, Singapore’s leading 999 Pure Gold and premium diamond jeweller indulges Peanuts fans in all things Peanuts!

Traditionally, gold is considered auspicious and a symbol of prosperity. So get that special keepsake for your special someone now!

The Peanuts Collection is now available at SK Jewellery showrooms island-wide.


Bata’s Chinese New Year 2018 collection

Get ready to dress your feet in festive grandeur as Bata welcomes the auspicious Lunar New Year in style!

Bata’s Chinese New Year 2018 collection features four exclusive selections –  Blossom Mules, Floral Slingback Flats, Pristine Clog Heels and Classic Loafers. They come in rich and vivid colours that are perfect to pair your outfits with.

As part of the festivities, customers can also redeem a complimentary pack of exclusive Bata Red Packets with a minimum purchase of $80 from 15 January to 4 March 2018.

The collection is available at Bata stores island wide. For more information, visit 

Also READ: An outsider's guide to Chinese New Year!