many of you may know that i have a thing for one-of-a-kind fated-to-be-mine items. well not with these ray-ban wayfarers! i don’t mind at all they’re not unique… probably because they’re such classics?
Smart Buy Glasses
Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Polarized: Smart Buy Glasses
lace collar shirt: vintage
skirt: Cooperative @ Urban Outfitters
striped top: MUJI
shoulder bag: Groundcover @ Salvation Army
loafers: Easy Spirit
bracelet: Sweets Shop
wool hat: vintage
necklace: Forever 21
In Singapore, if you happen to find yourself tired of seeing the same old fast-fashion stores like Forever 21, Cotton On, and H&M, every corner you turn. You might want to check out Haji Lane for some refreshing personality. Next to Arab Street, this lane if full of two-storey old buildings housing many independent fashion boutiques and interesting cafes. I actually found out about this place from Stephie (check out her store!), a local fashionista. If like me, you’re a fan of independent labels, unique items, and vintage clothing, then this is THE spot for you ♥
9 & 47 Haji Lane, Singapore
73 Haji Lane, Singapore
11 Haji Lane, Singapore
31/33 Haji Lane, Singapore
How to get to Haji Lane?
take the MRT to Bugis (EW12), exit and pass through Bugis Junction and Raffles Hospital, it should take about 10 minutes.
When to go to Haji Lane?
most businesses open around 12 at noon and closes at 9, with shorter business hours on weekends.
(map courtesy of pluck)
Tarad Rodfai flea market is probably my favorite place to visit in Bangkok. located at the old train station right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, it offers old furniture, knick knacks, retro items, collectibles, and lots of vintage and vintage-inspired clothing. compared to Chatuchak Weekend Market, this night market has a more local feel to it. if you’re a vintage lover like me, or simply looking for a more authentic thai shopping experience, definitely check out Tarad Rodfai ♥
Tarad Rodfai Flea Market
Opening Hours: 4 -12pm every Sat & Sun
Location: There is no official address to this night market. If you get off at Kampaeng Phet metro station, take exit 1, you see will lots of furniture stores, walk in that direction for 10 minutes and you will end up at the flea market. Alternatively, if you were at Chatuchak Weekend Market during the day, just ask for directions =)