This is the time of year when we’re usually looking at buying resort wear, or clothes for other kinds of holidays. Luckily, living in Singapore we still get to be by the sea or the pool, even if it’s in our current little bubble. As always, flowy styles and sandals are the order of the day here, so we think it’s still time to upgrade your “looking cool” gear, even if you’re not getting on a plane. And never underestimate the importance of practical, comfy sandals!
Fly Flot Sandals
Offering all-round comfort and style, these sandals in Singapore are also made with sustainable and environmentally friendly development (including a solar-energy powered factory in Italy). This was the first European brand to make shoes with ecological waterblown polyurethane foam. Today, you’ll find items in the catalogue made from recycled PET, natural animal and vegetable fibrous materials.
- #02-11 Raffles City Shopping Centre | 6255 5638
- #02-15 Tanglin Mall | 6835 2702
- #03-10 Wheelock Place | 6887 3136
- Customer Service Retail Shop: #01-05 Tai Lee Industrial Building | 6970 7569
White Ginger Resort Wear
You’ll fall in love with this brand’s dreamy Summer 21 collection. With plenty of wearable styles and classic femininity at the heart of the line-up, we love how chic these designs make us feel. They’re perfect attire for everyday life. (Check out the store’s gorgeous homeware too!)
• #03-04 Tanglin Mall 6235 0322 | white-ginger.com
PALEM Resort Wear
Look great for your tropical life the whole year round, from chilling out at home to running around town. The all-natural materials are soft to the touch, light and durable, from natural fibres such as cotton, linen and silk to Tencel, modal and viscose.
- 78 Duxton Road
- #02-40 Raffles City Shopping Centre
9449 7815 | email@example.com
These are the ultimate in classic, comfy, everyday-wear sandals in Singapore, made from 100 percent leather uppers and stitched rubber soles. Back in the 1940s, Salt-Water Sandals were made from scrap leather. Today, there are more than six styles and 15 colours to choose from, making them really versatile sandals that are happy in water! Kids’ versions are available too.
Available online only at salt-watersandals.com/asia-en.
This article first appeared in the May 2021 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase the latest issue or subscribe, so you never miss a copy!